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Former Cabrillo Student Returns from Rescue Work in the Phillipines
Cabrillo Journalism grad Alekz Londos, whose disaster videos been featured on CNN, just returned from two weeks of volunteer work in the Philippines.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Livingston man charged with false billing in Gustav work
Prosecutors have filed 81 formal charges against a former Livingston Parish contractor accused of falsifying billing invoices and theft related to parish Hurricane Gustav cleanup work.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
KDLT-TV Sioux Falls
Former State Fire Chief Announces Run For Gov.
Former State of South Dakota Fire Chief Joe Lowe announced in a press release that he will run for Governor.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
A look back on the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season
At the stroke of midnight on December 1, this year's hurricane season will officially come to a close.
2013 Atlantic hurricane season ends Saturday
November 30 marks the official end of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season. Even though the number of named storms was "average," there are several notable points from this year that make it one of our weakest seasons on record.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Gustav cleanup contractor not indicted, DA says he will file charges
The Livingston Parish district attorney will file charges against former parish contractor Corey Delahoussaye after a grand jury on Monday fell one vote short of indicting him on allegations he falsified billing invoices for work related to Hurricane Gustav cleanup.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Mississippi Business Journal
Bryan Bogle named CEO of Madison River Oaks Medical Center
Bryan Bogle has been named CEO of Madison River Oaks Medical Center. With more than 20 years of healthcare experience, Bogle has led organizations through changing regulatory requirements, corporate transitions and natural disasters .
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Secret benefactor paying lawyers in Livingstona s arbitration against FEMA
The Council also pressed Parish President Layton Ricks and legal adviser Christopher Moody to reveal the identity of the benefactors who have agreed to pay for the Washington, D.C., law firm representing the parish in its upcoming arbitration with the Federal Emergency Management Agency for reimbursement of Hurricane Gustav-related cleanup costs.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Soaring legal costs raising concerns in Livingston
Livingston Parish government drained what it had budgeted for legal fees by late summer and kept on spending, records show, piling up bills more than 35 percent above budget with two months remaining in the year.