|MOVIE STAR VAN JOHNSON DEAD AT 92|
December 12, 2008
(NYAK, NEW YORK) -- Van Johnson, who rocketed to movie stardom during World War II as MGM's boy-next-door in films such as "A Guy Named Joe" and "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" and became one of Hollywood’s top box-office draws for the era, died today at the age 92. Johnson died of age-related causes at a senior residence in Nyack, N.Y., according to Wendy Bleiweiss, a close friend.
|BOTTOM FALLS OUT OF ADVERTISING MARKET|
December 12, 2008
(NEW YORK, N.Y.) -- It is not only car dealers, carmakers, homebuilders and retailers who have been hit hard by the country’s recession. Many of the smaller, so-called "long-tail" advertisers who accounted for much of the modest expansion in America’s national advertising marketplace over the past couple of years have hit the brakes on ad spending.
|REALTOR ASS'N ACCUSED OF CAMPAIGN VIOLATIONS|
December 08, 2008
(OLYMPIA, WA) -- The Washington State Public Disclosure Commission staff filed a complaint December 3rd against The Washington Association of Realtors alleging the association illegally coordinated campaign spending with unsuccessful Republican gubernatorial candidate Dino Rossi and state Attorney General Rob McKenna a Republican incumbent who won re-election last month.
|ROBBERS TERRORIZE SNOHOMISH WOMAN IN HOME INVASION|
December 05, 2008
(SNOHOMISH,WA) – Police throughout the area are on the lookout for two armed and dangerous men who reportedly forced their way into a 54-year old Snohomish woman’s home yesterday afternoon, tied her up at gunpoint and stole numerous personal and household items from the home including guns, valuables such as jewelry and the woman’s black pickup truck.
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