The year was 1997 when Rebecca Garcia died. Her two year old son looked on at the horror. As her family replays the hardest time of their life, they have grown impatient with the Greene County Sheriff’s Office’s investigation.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited PCL Civil Constructors with two serious violations for failing to use engineering surveys or calculations to control the bridge’s stability and avoid unplanned collapses.
Central Café has been dealing with leaking ceilings and a roof they feel could cave it any moment. The City of Jacksonville has called an immediate safety hazard, but property owners have addressed the issues.
The federal government told credit reporting agencies they could relax investigations into consumers' disputes during the pandemic. At the same time, complaints against the agencies more than doubled from the previous year.
In many states, vehicle repossessions decreased in 2020 due to the pandemic - particularly in states that issued moratoriums. Consumer law experts worry many Americans are about to face losing their cars.
Nurse practitioners are questioning their own education at some colleges. There’s no national standard on how to educate nurse practitioners, while medical education for doctors was standardized more than 100 years ago.
On Monday, former detention center officers Christina Miles and Gregory Butler, and their supervisor, Christopher Hendershott, were charged with four counts of cruelty to prisoners, four counts of corporal punishment to an inmate and four counts of conspiracy.