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Autauga County authorities say a meth operation was busted and three people were arrested thanks to an anonymous tip. Billy Ray Kizziah, 21, of Deatsville, Joe Davis Henderson, 22, of Marbury, and KimberlyMore >>
Autauga County authorities say a meth operation was busted and three people were arrested thanks to an anonymous tip.More >>
Wednesday, July 23 2014 9:24 PM EDT2014-07-24 01:24:41 GMT
The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for Arizona to carry out its third execution in the past year Wednesday following a closely watched First Amendment fight over the secrecy surrounding lethal injection drugs.More >>
A condemned Arizona inmate gasped and snorted for more than an hour and a half during his execution Wednesday before he died in an episode sure to add to the scrutiny surrounding the death penalty in the U.S.More >>
Wednesday, July 23 2014 7:49 PM EDT2014-07-23 23:49:06 GMT
A Montgomery man will spend the rest of his life in prison for a robbery attempt that ended in murder. Zendarius White, 20, of Montgomery was convicted Wednesday by a Montgomery County jury of the capitalMore >>
A Montgomery man will spend the rest of his life in prison for a robbery attempt that ended in murder.More >>
TOLEDO, OH (FOX19) -
Ohio's attorney general is accusing a Toledo company of
taking advantage of people who are worried about losing their homes. Making
Home Affordable USA and its owner Jason Keating of Maumee violated Ohio's
consumer laws, Attorney General Mike DeWine says, and he's suing them.
DeWine says the firm would tell customers to stop making
their mortgage payments even if they were current on their payments. Then, he
says, consumers would give a big chunk of their usual mortgage payment to
Making Home Affordable USA after being told it would be held in escrow and
submitted to lenders once a home loan modification was approved. But DeWine
says the money was never sent.
Thirty consumers who say they've lost a total of about $75,000
have filed complaints with DeWine's office, the Better Business Bureau, and the
Federal Trade Commission.