Roscoe Parrish #11 of the Buffalo Bills rushes after catching a pass during an NFL game against the Oakland Raiders at Ralph Wilson Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Orchard Park, New York. (credit: Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

Raiders Lose To Bills In Second-Half Collapse

With the game on the line and his mother in the stands, Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson had one thought going over and over in his mind as he found himself wide open over the middle in the end zone.



Gas Company Cuts Rates For Customers On Medicaid, Gov’t Assistance

The Southern California Gas Co. is urging customers who are struggling with payments to see whether they qualify for a 20 percent discount.


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Money 101: Medical ID Theft

How can you better protect yourself from medical ID theft? Privacy consultant Mari Frank has some answers.



DWP Hampered By 40-Year-Old Billing System

The 1970s-era billing system is causing billing delays and high penalties for DWP customers.

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–05/03/2011

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Judge Orders Street Racer To Pay Quadriplegic’s Medical Bills

A California judge has ordered a street racer to pay the medical bills of a driver paralyzed in a crash.


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Money 101: Bogus Bills / Cheap Gas

Two experts offer tips on how you can fight a bogus bill and how to trim your gas expenses.


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Calif. Lawmaker Introduces New Bill To Limit ‘New Bills’ Introduced

Republican Assemblyman Brian Nestande says there are just too many bills being introduced in Sacramento.

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–03/07/2011

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California Lawmakers To Consider Thousands Of Bills

California lawmakers will be focused on the state’s $26.6 billion budget deficit in the weeks ahead, but that’s not the only issue on their minds.

CBS2 / KCAL9–02/21/2011


Bell Leaders Want City To Pay Their Legal Bills

Three present and former Bell city leaders facing public corruption charges want the cash-strapped city to pay their legal bills.


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‘Tis The Season For Conniving Counterfeiters?

The Secret Service warned Koreatown businesses that counterfeiters are chemically erasing parts of $5 bills and covering them with $20, $50 or $100 denominations.