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The Charleston (W.Va.) GazetteMountain State University is planning to sell the 555,000-square-foot mall it owns in Martinsburg and to get rid of buildings at its Beckley campus to stay financially afloat in the upcoming months, the school’s interim president said during a court...
I am always disappointed when I read a letter on the Forum page by Costa Mesa City Council candidate and Planning Commission Chairman Colin McCarthy, his most recent being "Candidate is wrong about charter cities (July 10)," and now I see what a...
ReporterA Roanoke couple says they were discriminated against because they are gay. Will Trinkle and his partner Juan Granados are suing the Roanoke Athletic Club (RAC) and Carilion Clinic. The RAC is owned by Carilion. Trinkle says in May, 2012, he applied...
The Hartford CourantAetna is being sued by thousands of doctors who say the health insurer won't allow patients to get medical treatment from out-of-network doctors even though those patients have health plans that allow them to pick any clinician. The lawsuit filed Tuesday...
An eighth candidate with a quality-of-life message has added his name to a growing list competing in November for three of Costa Mesa's five City Council seats. "I feel that the seniors don't have representation, that the animal lovers don't have...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Local Elections, Corporate Crime
DuPont's Pioneer seed unit said in 2005 it would make herbicide-tolerant soybeans and corn within five years to challenge the dominance of seeds with Monsanto's widely licensed Roundup Ready trait. According to Monsanto, DuPont couldn't live up to...
Those awaiting the start of legal fireworks betweenActivision Blizzard Inc.and the former developers of the multibillion-dollar Call of Duty game franchise will have to hold their collective breath a little longer. California Superior Court Judge Elihu...
Annapolis settled a tenant dispute Thursday agreeing to pay $82,500 to a pastry shop formerly housed in the Market House. A joint statement from the city and the pastry shop said the deal is the last step in closing "a disappointing" chapter in the...
Tags: Homes, Annapolis, Josh Cohen, Corporate Crime
Could a Call of Duty settlement be at hand? Key pre-trial motions in the high-stakes lawsuit involving Activision Blizzard Inc.'s Call of Duty game franchise abruptly ceased Tuesday morning, prompting speculation as to whether such talks are underway....
The insurer of a construction company hired to repair Glendale slopes after the 2005 mudslide has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against the city, claiming the contractor was underpaid for excavation work that turned out to be much more intensive than...
A Yorkville homeowner's lawsuit alleging that her lender botched her efforts to modify her mortgage will be allowed to proceed and she can seek class-action status, a federal court judge ruled this week. The Monday ruling by U.S. District Court Judge...
In 1971, I was a high school graduate without much money and even less of a plan. A community college campus seemed like a good place to try to figure things out, so I enrolled at Diablo Valley College in the San Francisco Bay Area. In two years there, I...
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