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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — After two decades of debate about the risk of executing an innocent person, Illinois abolished the death penalty Wednesday, a decision that was certain to fuel renewed calls for other states to do the same. Gov. Pat Quinn,...
Tags: Prisons, Chicago, Pat Quinn, Death Penalty, Government
Some drivers who use i-Zoom transponders to pay their way along the Indiana Toll Road might have noticed during the past nine months that they are being charged what appears to be a new $1 monthly fee to use the system. But the fee is not new,...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court says a credit card company legally increased the interest rate on a man's card without telling him. The high court on Monday ruled for Chase Bank USA and against James A. McCoy. McCoy complained that Chase...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Republicans say the first bill that will be introduced in the Michigan House this session is a measure that would repeal a surcharge on the state's main business tax. The bill introduction expected Thursday is intended as a...
Tags: Michigan, Elections, Tax Credits, Republican Party, Politics
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — A bill to abolish the death penalty in Illinois is on its way to Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn. The state Senate voted 32-25 Tuesday to abolish the punishment. The House passed the legislation last week. The landmark...
If you're using your credit card a lot more often these days and the balance is growing, you're not alone. The Federal Reserve just released numbers showing credit card debt rose for the first time in two years. Some say the upside is that this means...
Tags: Elections, Federal Reserve, Vehicles, Politics
LAKEVILLE -- Union-North United School Corp. is going to Indiana Tax Court again, only this time it’s not a petition by a taxpayer. The school corporation has appealed to the tax court over a final determination of the Indiana Department of...
Tags: Trials, Public Finance, Elections, Loans, Lawyers
DETROIT (AP) — Michigan's starring role as a darling of the movie industry may be about to end up on the cutting room floor. Gov. Rick Snyder's first budget proposal calls for the elimination of the film tax incentive program — one of the...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Gov. Rick Snyder is taking on everyone from senior citizens to state workers, public schools to city halls in his first budget proposal as he works to get Michigan on sound financial footing. The new governor made good on his...
An Osceola woman has received a nearly three-year prison term for embezzling from her employer. Roxanna Brown, 34, a long-trusted employee of Mishawaka-based Steinhoffer Scale Co. Inc., handled the company’s finances. U.S. District Judge Jon...
NILES — A Niles man will be spending the next 14 years in prison for sexually assaulting a young woman at Riverfront Park in Niles last fall. Mark Douglas Weiss, 58, of Broadway in Niles, was sentenced Monday in Berrien County Trial Court for...
Tags: Trials, Prisons, Human Interest, Crimes, Theft
Make Up For Ever has launched a series of small group lessons to teach customers some of the tricks of professional makeup application. The classes are $25 each, and sessions are scheduled at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Mondays through the end of July at...
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