Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - America's ageing workforce is a good thing for employers and the economy, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens, noting that a new Gallup poll shows that "employee engagement increases with age, even well into workers' 60s and 70s."
San Francisco, California - It’s an old maxim that to get a job done right you need the right tools, that’s why CIRM, California’s stem cell agency, today approved $29.75 million in funding for new approaches to overcome obstacles and advance stem cell research.
Sacramento, California - California Department of Public Health (CDPH) director and state health officer Dr. Ron Chapman issued a Health Advisory and the “State Health Officer’s Report on E-Cigarettes: A Community Health Threat,” warning Californians of the toxicity of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes).
FBI and Multiple Beach City Police Departments Seek Public’s Help in Identifying Male Serial Bank Robber Known as Rolled Sleeves Bandit
Los Angeles, California - Investigators with the FBI and a variety of beach city police departments, to include Huntington Beach, Santa Monica, Manhattan Beach, and Hermosa Beach, are seeking the public’s help in learning the identity of an unknown serial bank robber known as the “Rolled Sleeves Bandit,” a suspect linked to seven bank robberies since November.
Pine Valley, California - Yesterday, U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a man at the I-8 Checkpoint with more than $400,000 of methamphetamine hidden inside the undercarriage of his SUV.
Tax Preparation Business Owner and Son Convicted of Conspiring to Defraud the United States and Preparing False Tax Returns
Washington, DC - A Washington, D.C., tax return preparer and former Washington, D.C., public school teacher and her son, a current Washington, D.C., public school teacher, were convicted today by a federal jury of conspiracy and preparing and filing false tax returns, the Justice Department and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced.