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She will be responsible for overseeing a portfolio of multifamily assets located in Texas, California, Florida, Missouri and North Carolina.
a family tradition
At 6:30 a.m. Saturday the horn sounds at Bennett Spring State Park and in the darkness before dawn fishing lines arc into the water for the official start of trout season in Missouri.
Prospect Mortgage refunds California homeowners
Prospect Mortgage reached an agreement with the California Department of Business Oversight , which included refunds to more than 12,000 Californians totaling approximately $1.33 million.
Parched California: Hurry up, El Ni o
As California sinks further into drought, farmers and ranchers across the state are ready to see some relief.
The Washington Post
Forecasting the next House retirements
Two more House lawmakers have announced plans to step down this week -- Reps. Rush Holt and Gloria Negrete McLeod -- adding to a growing list of Democrats and Republicans in both chambers planning to hang it up after this year.
USDA Announces Additional Assistance To Californians Impacted by Drought
USDA ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE TO CALIFORNIANS IMPACTED BY DROUGHT Feb. 14, 2014 Source: USDA news release Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack joined President Barack Obama in Fresno, Calif., today to announce that the U.S. Department of Agriculture will provide additional assistance to help farmers, ranchers and residents affected by severe ... (more)
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian want mirrored room
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are planning to recreate the Palace of Versailles' famous Hall of Mirrors in their new home.
Consumer Alert: 3.5 Million Recalled Cars Sold Online In 2013
Carfax today released new data suggesting online shoppers may have unknowingly purchased millions of used cars with unfixed recalls in 2013.
The Motley Fool
Feathers Are Ruffled Over California's Chicken Regulations
Because of the Constitution's Commerce Clause regulating interstate transactions, it certainly seems California will lose a legal challenge to its chicken regulations after Missouri sued the state and asked a federal judge to strike them down.
Missouri's eggs in a lopsided fight against California law
Chris Koster, Missouri's attorney general and the Democratic Party's presumptive gubernatorial nominee in 2016, has sued the state of California in the interests of Missouri's egg industry.