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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A woman accused of threatening to blow up Springfield City Utilities said it's all a misunderstanding. Prosecutors charged Jennifer Haege with harassment after she posted threats on facebook and sent emails to the company. After the...
Tags: Prisons, FBI, Media Industry, Trials, Social Media
news@kspr,comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Students at Missouri State University may pay more for their education next school year. The MSU Board of Governors will vote on a tuition hike either Thursday or Friday in St. Louis. In-state undergrads would pay $113 more a year...
Reporter, PhotographerSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The Missouri Attorney General is suing a Springfield company for multiple violations of the state’s consumer protection laws. In January of last year, KSPR News discovered dozens of complaints from artists and business owners...
Reporter, PhotographerA couple under investigation by the Missouri Attorney General's Office and scrutinized by the Better Business Bureau is no longer renting a city-owned building in Lebanon. Last year, the city council approved a building allowance to Homestead...
Get ready for another debate on whether payday loan stores should return to Pennsylvania. State Sen. Pat Browne of Allentown said Friday he intends to introduce legislation in the next few weeks that would "redefine the debate" over access to short-...
Ringed by the posh shops of Beverly Center, Tim Ratliff said no — he didn't have a credit card. He didn't need one. "I just hear so many horror stories about people being in debt," said Ratliff, 21, who studies psychology at Ohio State University....
Missing Boca Raton attorney Timothy McCabe once had ties to what federal authorities have described as a web of South Florida businesses that financially preyed on people desperate to avoid foreclosure, the Sun Sentinel has found. McCabe got some of...
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The Columbus DispatchCustomers at Weiland's Gourmet Market in Clintonville tend to shrug off high beef prices. "A customer just came in and got seven thick-cut ribeye steaks," market co-owner Jennifer Williams wrote in an email on Wednesday. The customer's bill was $113. No...
Arab News, Jeddah, Saudi ArabiaEconomists said 90 percent of consumers don't know their rights or duties, and that makes them fall prey to some traders' "greed" and the loss of their consumer rights. The economist, Salem Bajajh, lamented the voracious appetite of Saudi consumers...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A small but outspoken group of residential customers vows to continue battling Michigan's largest utility company over the freedom to opt out of having "smart" meters installed outside their homes. State regulators' days-...
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