Kelly instead took his victims’ money and used it for personal expenses, to include mortgage payments, Super Bowl tickets, vacations, and significant cash withdrawals - to the tune of $1.4 million.
The company faces $21,311 in penalties, including the maximum penalty allowed by law for the heat-related violation.
He was sentenced to 36 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release. Shah was also ordered to pay a $300 special assessment and restitution in the amount of $55,300.
One of the 5 banks received a grade of 'Outstanding' The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) recently issued its list of state nonmember banks recently...
A motel manager who would not provide room rentals to a LGBT group has lost her job. The Rural America Pride Committee was seeking lodging...
Are you a Georgia Power customer? You'll be receiving a credit on your June service bill.
The latest announcement builds on earlier commitments made in March, early May and last week, providing support to states across the Midwest and South, including Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Texas
Community Banks' Net Income Increases 10.1 Percent from a Year Earlier
Governor Brian P. Kemp announced this week that Invesco, one of the world’s leading investment managers, plans to significantly expand its global headquarters in...
The grocers have promised to help provide educational scholarships to the children and spouses impacted by a loved one’s sacrifice for the United States military.