Former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg sentenced
Former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg sentenced
The home was purchased in 2010, a year before Pickler tied the knot with Jacobs, who died by suicide at age 49 in February
Local municipal dignitaries and leaders of an array of prominent sectors were able to sit with Provincial Minister of Finance, Peter Bethlenfalvy, at the Ciociaro Club on Friday morning to voice their needs as part of the Provincial budget consultation process. “We had a great budget consultation, we are doing it right across the province,” Bethlenfalvy said, noting he teams up with his Parliamentary Assistants to do so. His office received around 40 submissions from a variety of industries duri
Shares of cloud-based enterprise data search company Elastic (NYSE: ESTC) skyrocketed to 52-week highs after the company posted financial results for its fiscal second quarter of 2024. To be fair, this was ahead of management's revenue guidance of $303 million to $305 million.
ATCO Electric Yukon wants to increase rates by 5.2 per cent for 2024. There was a four-day public hearing before the Yukon Utilities Board this week about its application to do so, where the private company's return on equity (ROE) became a major sticking point. Return on equity refers to the profit ATCO Electric is making. That profit goes back to its parent company, and ultimately some of it goes back to its shareholders. ATCO Electric Yukon is a subsidiary of ATCO Electric in Alberta. ATCO El
Israeli shelling killed three people in south Lebanon on Friday, Lebanon's state news agency reported, as the collapse of a truce between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas prompted a resumption of hostilities at the frontier. The Iran-backed Lebanese group Hezbollah, a Hamas ally, later said one of its fighters was among those killed. It also said it had carried out several attacks on Israeli military positions at the border in support Palestinians in Gaza, where a week long pause in the fighting ended early on Friday.
Former president’s actions as a candidate seeking re-election are not protected by presidential immunity, the court ruled
A group comprised of 26 beach volleyball players and six rowers filed the lawsuit saying they were "deprived of equal treatment and benefits."
The Pentagon on Friday sought to alleviate fears of any issue with Osprey aircraft based in Japan after Tokyo expressed concerns over the U.S. military continuing to fly the aircraft in the country without providing more information about Wednesday’s fatal crash. One airman was killed and seven others are missing after an Air Force CV-22 Osprey…
The state's governor, Ron DeSantis, says party chairman Christian Ziegler should resign.
REGINA — A young sports fan growing up in the Vancouver area in the 1990s might have treasured a piece of sports memorabilia featuring Canucks stars Trevor Linden or Pavel Bure, or legendary B.C. Lions kicker Lui Passaglia. Corey Mace, however, fondly remembers a trading card autographed by Saskatchewan Roughriders linebacker Brooks Findlay. Mace doesn't remember how the connection worked, but he and his family were able to see the Lions host the Roughriders courtesy of Findlay, who is from Vanc
In total, 311 members voted to remove Santos
Vietnam is facing its largest banking scandal, with the recent arrest of real estate developer, Truong My Lan, accused of embezzling around 304 trillion dong (approximately $12.4 billion). The embezzlement: On Nov. 17, Vietnam's Ministry of Public Security alleged that Truong, the 79-year-old chairwoman of Van Thinh Phat Group, embezzled from Saigon Commercial Bank (SCB), where she was a majority stakeholder. Over several years, Truong allegedly operated over 1,000 domestic and foreign subsidiaries and shell companies, securing more than $43 billion in loans from SCB, with approximately one-third of this sum misappropriated through the creation of "ghost companies" by Truong, her family and associates.
A new report by the Financial Times says X will now turn to small and medium-sized advertisers to shore up revenue after the company's owner Elon Musk alienated big brands fleeing X over antisemitic content by telling them they could go fuck themselves during an interview at the New York Times DealBook Summit earlier this week. Speaking at the event, Musk told interviewer Andrew Ross Sorkin "What this advertising boycott is going to do is it's going to kill the company," he said with a small nod to the audience. "And what the whole world will know is that those advertisers killed the company and we will document it in great detail."
Brazil on Friday unveiled a proposal at the COP28 climate summit to set up a global fund to finance forest conservation that it hopes can raise $250 billion from sovereign wealth funds and other investors, including the oil industry. The proposal, presented at a panel during the meeting in Dubai, provides for funding to 80 countries that have tropical forests to help maintain their trees, with annual payments based on the hectares conserved or restored. The Brazilian government said the proposal, called "Tropical Forests Forever," aims to fill a gap that currently exists in financing mechanisms that mostly focus on payments for carbon capture or environmental services.
EXCLUSIVE: The In-Between: Unforgettable Encounters During Life’s Final Moments, a book about death, written by hospice nurse Hadley Vlahos is set to be turned into a scripted series. UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group, has landed the rights to the project in a competitive situation. In The In-Between, Vlahos recounts the most impactful experiences she’s had …
Chelsea Handler has been set to return as host of the Critics Choice Awards, which are gearing up for their 29th edition Sunday, January 14, 2024. Organizer the Critics Choice Association confirmed Friday that the comedian, host and author will return to emcee the ceremony after debuting in the role last year. She took over …
Coach Dabo Swinney is searching to replace Thomas Austin, who he fired Wednesday after two seasons.
Fellow content creators echoed Grelo's message about the importance of weight lifting for women.
Local schools wore orange to honor his optimistic spirit.
The products, recalled for salmonella concerns, were sold at stores in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida and Tennessee.