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The certainty of cameras

The truth, whether you're a citizen or an officer, will set you free.
Shift from refinancings to home mortgages is increasing in Augusta

With interest rates hovering around 4 percent for a couple of months, the mortgage market is drifting toward an equilibrium with home purchases versus refinancings.
Tom Selleck accused of stealing water for California ranch

A water district has sued Tom Selleck, claiming the star of the crime shows "Magnum, P.I." and "Blue Bloods" stole truckloads of water from a public hydrant and brought it to his ranch in drought-stricken California.
In long-predicted shift, California Latinos outnumber whites

The long-expected moment when Latinos surpassed whites as California's largest racial or ethnic group has come and gone.
Los Angeles sues Wells Fargo, alleging fraud by employees

Los Angeles sues Wells Fargo, alleging workers opened unauthorized accounts that charged fees.
Another union shakedown

Even if the union-exemption component of minimum wage "helps" a handful of workers, it's at the expense of many, many others.
'Post and Courier' wins Pulitzer for reporting on the deadly toll of domestic violence

NEW YORK - The Post and Courier of Charleston, S.C., won the Pulitzer Prize for public service Monday for an examination of the deadly toll of domestic violence.
Buffalo's Sammy Watkins had off-season surgery

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins had offseason surgery in an area near his hip, according to
Bucks top Pacers for second win in a row

MILWAUKEE - Ersan Ilyasova had a career-high 34 points and the Milwaukee Bucks held off the Indiana Pacers 111-107 on Thursday night for their second win in a row after breaking a six-game losing streak.
Opinions differ as law preserves Greenwood's segregated war memorial

When Greenwood, S.C., May­or Welborn Adams launched a fundraising campaign last summer to replace segregated bronze plaques on a war memorial, he had no idea his effort would be halted by state law.