Interview: Producer Joseph Nasser talks 'Amber Alert: Terror on the Highway'
Producer Joseph Nasser recently spoke to the Chico Movie Examiner about his work on " Amber Alert: Terror on the Highway ," which releases to DVD for the first time on July 29. Along with being a film producer, Nasser is also a level three reserve police officer.
Novus Rolls Out Medical Plan in Arizona and Vermont, Files in Five...
MIAMI, FL, United States / ACCESSWIRE / July 24, 2014 / Novus Acquisition & Development Corp. , a provider of services targeting the healthcare component of the medical marijuana industry, today announced that it will roll out its health insurance and insurance related business "MedPlan" in approved Medical Marijuana states through its subsidiary ... (more)
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Thompson's most wonderful world
And, judging by the artwork displayed on the walls of her Port Coquitlam home, Thompson has lived a most glorious life - filled with adventure, beauty and love.
The Orlando Sentinel
Road fund needs long-term fix: Front & Center
Congress is facing an Aug. 1 deadline to replenish the federal Highway Trust Fund, which helps bankroll road building and other transportation projects in Central Florida and across the nation.
The Three Best Debt Consolidation Loan Companies For Residents of...
The company BestDebtConsolidationLoans.org recently analyzed the online debt consolidation loan companies available to the state's residents.
Thousands of acres in flames as Western wildfires burn
Thousands of acres in flames as Western wildfires burn wildfires Bully Fire Oregon Washington California Carson City state of emergency Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1mPg6ZV Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USATODAY.
New Coaching Certificate Program Prepares Leadership Coaches
Maximizing the development of talent through one-on-one and group coaching is a strategy for many human capital leaders seeking ways to strengthen and grow their organizations.
State audit reveals veterinarians don't undergo background checks
On a summer day in Portland in 1999, a veterinarian known for his clinic's colorful window decorations got into a heated argument with one of his surgical assistants and, according to court documents, punched her in the face.