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Lawsuit: Rivers Casino employees snooped on texts, email, bank info

Employees at Rivers Casino zoomed in on the cell phones of two women on the casino floor, capturing text messages, emails and bank account information and sending it to one woman’s ex-husband and his ... read more

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However, they both insist that their own investigations showed no employees had used proprietary information to win a single contest, though employees' winning streaks attracted derision on message bo... read more

Suspected bank robber found walking on US-131, arrested

Anyone with information is asked to call the Plainwell Department of Public Safety at 269.685.9858 or Silent Observer at 800.554.3633. A bomb squad robot is deployed to handle a suspicious package fou... read more

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Jury awards Rivers Casino waitress $999,000 in punitive damages

The casino's employees have repeatedly voted it as one of the city's best places to work, said Rivers Casino spokesman Jack Horner ... Pelesky, a cocktail waitress, said in the lawsuit that the custom... read more

Seeking to tamp fears, confusion, intelligence officials defend spy programs as safeguards

WASHINGTON — Dogged by fear and confusion about sweeping spy programs, intelligence officials sought to convince House lawmakers in an unusual briefing Tuesday that the governme read more

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Yesterday, we received an amazing submission from iReport.com user austinheli. His photos showed a lone house standing in a wasteland left in Ike's aftermath. We contacted austinheli, who is Ray Asgar ... read more

Year in Review: A month-to-month look at the stories of 2011

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Questions remain about police response to Las Vegas massacre

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Oroville crisis drives harder look at aging US dams

California's Department of Water Resources declined to make an official available to comment for this article, but said in an email it is implementing changes ... which works on policy issues affectin... read more



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