Owners Of The Tennessee Pain Institute Indicted For Money Laundering And Drug Trafficking

London, Kentucky – In a federal indictment unsealed yesterday, two owners of a Hixson, Tenn., pain clinic and two physicians working at the clinic have been charged with conspiring to illegally distribute... Read more »

Kentucky Otolaryngologist Reaches $2.79M Settlement To Resolve False Claims Allegations

Louisville, Kentucky – United States Attorney Russell M. Coleman and the United States Department of Labor announced a $2,791,758 settlement with ear, nose and throat doctor Phillip B. Klapper, M.D., Patricia Klapper,... Read more »
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Kentucky Man Gets 110-Month Imprisonment For Threatening To Kill Louisville Metro Intelligence Joint Task Force Member

Louisville, Kentucky – United States Attorney Russell M. Coleman today announced the sentence of a Louisville convicted felon, in United States District Court, by Senior Judge Thomas B. Russell, to 110 months... Read more »

Former Deputy Jailer At Kentucky River Regional Jail Pleads Guilty To Violent Assault Of An Inmate

Lexington, Kentucky – A former supervisory deputy jailer at an Eastern Kentucky detention center has entered a guilty plea to a federal charge related to his role in an unprovoked violent assault... Read more »

Former Teacher At Kentucky Country Day Of Louisville Gets 72 Months In Prison For Violating Child Exploitation Laws

Louisville, Kentucky – A Louisville man formerly employed by Kentucky Country Day of Louisville as a physical education teacher and assistant coach with the school’s athletics department was sentenced this week, in... Read more »

Care Ambulance To Close Indianapolis Facility, Lay Off 82 Employees

Care Ambulance filed a Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development on December 4. The notice indicates the company will close its facility at 1202 West 16th... Read more »

Former U.S. Soldier Conspired To Murder Filipino Woman In Murder-For-Hire Plot

Acting U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim announced Monday a former U.S. soldier was charged, along with two co-conspirators with offenses related to the 2012 murder of a woman in the Philippines. Fifty-two-year-old... Read more »

AECOM To Layoff 108 Workers In Pennsylvania

AECOM (NYSE: ACM), a multinational engineering firm, filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) earlier this month. The notice indicates that the company would layoff 108 workers at its Geodis Facility... Read more »

YouTube TV Expands To Baltimore Market, 13 Others

Alphabet’s Google announced Thursday that it has expanded its YouTube TV into 14 new U.S. cities, including Baltimore. As more young people are turning to the Internet for entertainment and conventional broadcast... Read more »

Amazon Announces It Will Hire 50,000 Across The U.S., 1,200 In Maryland

On Wednesday, Amazon announced it would make 50,000 job offers in a single day. The retail giant will hold a job fair on August 2, in an effort to fulfill the needed... Read more »