Florida police nab ID, credit card thieves

Feb 10, 2011 Brian Bradley

In Florida, police have arrested three people in an alleged car burglary and identity theft ring after they were featured on a popular television program.WLBT reports that police in Flowood arrested 27-year-old Nakeisha Taylor, 28-year-old


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Foresight needed for short term loan legislation

Feb 10, 2011 Todd Milner

Before legislators move to ban or strictly regulate the short term loan industry, one reader of the Laurel Leader-Call in Laurel, Mississippi, urges them to proceed with great caution.In a letter to the editor, Chris Marengo recently brought up


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ST Aerospace fined for failing to do background checks

Feb 10, 2011 Matt Roesly

The Federal Aviation Administration recently announced it will fine ST Aerospace more than $1 million for failing to conduct pre-employment drug tests.Allegedly, the aerospace engineering firm defied FAA regulations by not waiting to receive


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AZ lawmaker looks to fill void left by short term lending ban

Feb 10, 2011 Todd Milner

After lawmakers in Arizona effectively banned short term lenders in August, one state representative has proposed a new kind of loan that would allow higher interest rates, the Arizona Business Gazette reports.The new rules Representative Jim Weiers,


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County director addresses background checks for bus drivers

Feb 10, 2011 Matt Roesly

When parents send their kids off to school, they do so trusting the man or woman at the wheel of the school bus. Tyler County, West Virginia, is in need of more of those drivers, which is why transportation and maintenance director for Tyler


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