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Lagonda Elementary students in trouble for ‘inappropriate selfie’

2nd person charged in connection to Springfield killing

Prentiss Hare has been charged with aggravated murder, murder, tampering with evidence and gross abuse of a corpse in connection to the death of Tiffany Chambers, Clark County Prosecutor Andy Wilson said. Wilson said there is evidence that shows the killing of Chambers happened in Springfield before the body was transported and dumped in a wooded area in Spring Valley Twp. last year. Hannah Whitman...
Country legend Vince Gill, Time Jumpers to perform in Springfield

Country legend Vince Gill, Time Jumpers to perform in Springfield

The Clark State Performing Arts Center will continue to swing through its 2016-2017 season with an additional concert. The performing arts center announced Wednesday that the multiple Grammy Award-nominated western swing and traditional country music band The Time Jumpers will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 30. Tickets will go on sale Feb. 17.  The 10-piece band features Country Music Hall of...
Rain arrives this evening, mild temperatures linger

Rain arrives this evening, mild temperatures linger

Cool morning with some mist and cloudy skies Rain becoming more widespread and heavy at times tonight Weekend more than 20 degrees warmer than normal Today: It will be a quiet and cool morning with some mist and drizzle possible, said Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini. It will be cloudy with not much sunshine expected through the day. Most will be dry through the afternoon with temperatures...

School Notes

CLARK STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Local Clark State Community College full-time students recently named to the 2016 fall semester dean’s list include: Joshua Lyons, Megan Miller, Olivia Taylor and Hannah Walls, all of Cable; Eric Schellentrager, of Catawba; Carley Jones, John Murray and Patricia Voisard, all of Cedarville; Keara Nelson, Michaela Palmer, Lisa Swallow and Patricia Valentine, all of...
Help shape Springfield by volunteering to serve on a city board

Help shape Springfield by volunteering to serve on a city board

With Springfield’s incorporation in 1850, city fathers quickly put their most valuable resource — their citizens — into service on a variety of community boards. That practice continues today. More than 100 seats on boards and committees are filled by city residents. The boundaries for some boards expanded with the inception of combined districts. The Board of Health, one of the...
Poor Will’s Clark County Almanack: Days longer in deep winter’s 3rd week

Poor Will’s Clark County Almanack: Days longer in deep winter’s 3rd week

A day of thaw. Early this morning crows flew westward over the prairie, cawing in the fresh, temperate air, their voices as always filling the morning with the promise of spring. — August Derleth, A Countryman’s Journal, Jan. 15 The Almanack Horoscope Moon Time: The Tufted Titmouse Moon entered its final quarter on Jan. 19. On the 22nd, it reaches apogee, its least influential position...
Clark County approves $178M budget, raises

Clark County approves $178M budget, raises

Clark County commissioners approved a $178 million budget for this year, including raises for its non-union employees. About $425,000 was cut from the county’s general fund budget due to a projected loss of about $1 million in sales taxes due to changes from the federal government. The budget was unanimously approved Wednesday. The county could examine personnel cuts for next year as it prepares...
Clark County drug overdoses double in 24-hour spike

Clark County drug overdoses double in 24-hour spike

Clark County has seen a spike in opioid-related drug overdoses this week — double what’s typically seen — in just a 24-hour period, according to local health leaders. The Clark County Combined Health District sent an alert to other county agencies that the emergency department at Springfield Regional Medical Center has seen at least 13 opioid-related drug overdoses between 3 p.m...
Clark county grand jury indicts man on attempted murder charge

Clark county grand jury indicts man on attempted murder charge

A Clark County Grand Jury has indicted a Springfield man on a charge of attempted murder after police alleged he shot a man several times. Curtis Long, 55, was also indicted on charges of felonious assault and having weapons under disability. Springfield Police Division officers responded to the 1400 block of Woodward Avenue early on Jan. 10 to a report that someone had been shot. Officers found Jaryld...
Woman mistakes gas pedal for brake, hits Shell station in Springfield

Woman mistakes gas pedal for brake, hits Shell station in Springfield

A driver was cited this afternoon after she crashed into the back of a Shell gas station. The driver, described by police as an elderly woman, said she mistook the gas pedal for the brake when she struck the building around 12:45 p.m. at 1533 W. North St. (U.S. 40) in Springfield. She was not hurt. The driver, who was issued a ticket, told police she was headed to Wendy’s, which has a connecting...
Pet owners harm animals for drugs

Pet owners harm animals for drugs

Local veterinarians say people are harming their pets as a way to obtain prescription drugs.   According to Dr. Beth Weisberger with North Main Animal clinic, owners have been bringing in pets with suspicious injuries as a way to get their hands on opioids.  Back in 2013, Ohio law makers approved a bill to stop pet owners who are abusing their animals for drugs and assist veterinarians in...
Stealth fighter, WWII plane to fly over Air Force Marathon

Stealth fighter, WWII plane to fly over Air Force Marathon

For the first time, a stealth fighter jet and an historic World War II fighter are expected to fly over the Air Force Marathon in September, a spokesman said Wednesday. The F-22 Raptor, one of the Air Force’s most advanced stealth fighters, and P-51 Mustang, a pivotal fighter plane flown in World War II, also will adorn runners’ medals, T-shirts and patches, according to the marathon....

Springfield police investigate home invasion, robbery

Springfield police are investigating a home invasion and robbery committed by three suspects. A home invasion burglary and shooting was reported in the 500 block of East Liberty Street, Springfield around 5:51 p.m. Jan. 17. The victim, a 48-year-old man, had a minor injury to his head and refused treatment.  He told police three male suspects were all wearing a black hoodies and black masks broke...
Overdoses have doubled in Clark County in the past 24 hours

Overdoses have doubled in Clark County in the past 24 hours

Clark County has seen at least 13 opioid-related drug overdoses in the past 24 hours, according to the Ohio Department of Health. The state department sent an alert to the Clark County Combined Health District today. The increase is double the county’s current average of about five to six drug overdoses per day, according to the health district. Local agencies are on high alert and preparing...
Former Wittenberg professor acquitted of rape in 2013 killed in Florida

Former Wittenberg professor acquitted of rape in 2013 killed in Florida

A former Wittenberg professor who was acquitted of rape in Clark County in 2013 was killed in a knife and hammer attack near Tampa, Florida, according to a report from the Miami Herald. Hollant Maxford Adrien, 56, was killed last week after a 20-year-old man told police the former professor was making unwanted sexual advances near a Manatee County industrial park, the report said. Barry Baer told...
High School Wrestling: Graham, St. Ed duel to become ‘king of the state’

High School Wrestling: Graham, St. Ed duel to become ‘king of the state’

Before going after its fifth consecutive Ohio High School Athletic Association team title, the Graham wrestling team is looking to defend its claim as the top program in Ohio regardless of division. The Falcons welcome St. Edward at 7 p.m. Saturday in a dual between the top team in Division II (Graham) and Division I. St. Edward is ranked third and Graham fifth nationally by Intermat. “The dual...
Springfield Then & Now: Ihrig and Sons

Springfield Then & Now: Ihrig and Sons

The Ihrig family came to America from Germany in 1854, eventually settling in Springfield in the 1860s. In the 1880s the family ran several stores in town, including the one here at the corner of West Main and Sigler Street, opened by Peter J. Ihrig. The store specialized in fancy groceries, provisions, notions, and harnesses. Shown standing in the center around 1890 are, from left to right...
Ohio mourns loss of Colo, world’s oldest gorilla in captivity

Ohio mourns loss of Colo, world’s oldest gorilla in captivity

Remembrances and condolences have poured into the Columbus Zoo for Colo, the world’s first gorilla born in captivity and oldest known living gorilla in the U.S. who died this week. Colo’s passing comes less than a month after her 60th birthday. During Colo’s birthday celebration last month, hundreds of people filed into the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium to celebrate with Colo. On the...
Clark County Municipal Court cases

Clark County Municipal Court cases

CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED: Brittany M. Fletcher, 22, of 1452 S. Wittenberg, Apt. #104, obstructing official business, driving under suspension - operator’s license forfeiture, driving under suspension, driver’s license required, hit and run, fictitious plates, expired tag or sticker, innocent, continued. Megan A. Hooten, 26, of Urbana, possession of drugs, innocent, continued, public...
Sanctuary show to focus on Great Women of Gospel

Sanctuary show to focus on Great Women of Gospel

Contact this contributing writer at bturner004@woh.rr.com. A Springfield native will pay tribute to the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement in song. Lauren Kelley will take on the great women of gospel music at the next Sanctuary Series concert, 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22, at High Street United Methodist Church. The concert replaces a previously announced show, Connected in...
Michelle Stitzlein sheds new light on recyclable items

Michelle Stitzlein sheds new light on recyclable items

Contact this contributing writer at bturner004@woh.rr.com. What you throw out today, Michelle Stitzlein may turn into art tomorrow. What you consider recyclable, she may hang on a gallery wall. The Springfield Museum of Art’s McGregor Gallery will have the proof when “Industrial Nature: Works by Michelle Stitzlein” premieres with an opening reception at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21...
Clark County Common Pleas Court cases

Clark County Common Pleas Court cases

COMMON PLEAS COURT NEW SUITS 17-CV-0011 - Bank of America, N.A., v. Peggy J. Simpson, 706 S. Clairmont Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $38,717. 17-CV-0012 - U.S. Bank NA v. Monterville Salmons, 4710 Willowbrook Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $94,519. 17-DR-0025 - Amber D. Carter, 4304 Tritle Trl., v. Benjamin A. Carter, 1480 Shrine Road, complaint for divorce. 17-DP-0026 - Katherine...
Unseasonably mild temperatures on the way

Unseasonably mild temperatures on the way

Some fog possible overnight Rain arrives late Thursday with warmer air Weekend temps soar to near 60 degrees Overnight: Cloudy skies are expected with patchy drizzle or fog possible, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell said. Temperatures will drop into the lower 30s. An isolated slick spot is possible by daybreak. Thursday: Mostly cloudy skies are expected with milder air arriving...
Guide to our inauguration coverage

Guide to our inauguration coverage

The inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president is Friday and we have all of the angles covered for you to keep up with this event as it happens. Some of our team of reporters are already in Washington getting ready for this week’s events. Our team in D.C. includes: WHIO-TV reporter Jim Otte will be talking with elected officials and getting reaction from around Washington all week. He&rsquo...
Shawnee beats former conference rival Stebbins

Shawnee beats former conference rival Stebbins

Stebbins may be in a new conference but still couldn’t figure out Shawnee on Tuesday night. The Braves beat their old conference foe 54-47 with strong defensive play and timely shooting. It’s a familiar result for Stebbins, which left the Central Buckeye Conference last summer to join the Greater Western Ohio Conference. Though the Indians (8-5) had beaten three other CBC teams in nonconference...
Springfield income tax increase goes back to the polls in May

Springfield income tax increase goes back to the polls in May

Springfield residents will vote again on an income tax increase this spring, months after a similar proposal was rejected at the polls. City commissioners unanimously voted Tuesday to put the increase back on the ballot. Both supporters and opponents of the proposal spoke out about it at their meeting in City Hall Forum. The 5½-year income tax increase will be placed on the May 2 primary ballot...
Democrats say Trump pick to lead Education Dpt. owes Ohio $5.3 million

Democrats say Trump pick to lead Education Dpt. owes Ohio $5.3 million

While Republicans and Democrats sparred over President-elect Donald Trump’s education secretary during her confirmation hearing Tuesday, state Republicans and Democrats engaged in a second battle over whether DeVos should pay $5.3 million in fines for state campaign finance violations. Betsy DeVos, a Michigan-based businesswoman and philanthropist, has spurred a political clash between high...
Clark County teen charged after alleged school threats

Clark County teen charged after alleged school threats

A Springfield teen is expected to appear in Clark County Municipal Court on Wednesday after he was accused of texting a series of alleged threats that led district officials to lock down Northwestern High School last month. Brandon C. Bowen, 18, of North Hampton, has been charged with inducing panic in connection with the incident, according to municipal court records. The documents say Bowen is accused...
Clark County expert urges parents to talk about suicide

Clark County expert urges parents to talk about suicide

A local psychologist says parents should talk to their children after public suicide attempts, like a recent Clark County teen who allegedly streamed her attempt to kill herself live on Facebook. Clark County sheriff’s deputies and Moorefield Twp. EMS responded to a 9-1-1 call on Monday from a friend of the teen who said he had seen her live video online, “taking a large amount of medication...
Clark County mom faces new charges in death of baby son

Clark County mom faces new charges in death of baby son

New charges have been filed against a Clark County mother in connection with the death of her newborn baby. Shania Delawder, 19, was charged Sunday with involuntary manslaughter, according to Clark County Municipal Court records. The baby, Liam Lee Spencer, died Oct. 6 after he was found unresponsive in a room at the Drake Motel, 3200 E. National Road in Springfield Twp. He had visible bruising and...
SSO’s Grapes & Escapes gets a ‘Clue’

SSO’s Grapes & Escapes gets a ‘Clue’

Contact this contributing writer at bturner004@woh.rr.com. No dinner plans for Saturday, Feb. 4? The Springfield Symphony Orchestra will gladly offer a “Clue.” The annual Grapes & Escapes fundraiser turns to colorful characters and daring detectives for its 2017 theme with a beloved board game as its inspiration — “Clue: The Caper at the Symphony.” The game is afoot starting...
Child injured in National Road crash

Child injured in National Road crash

A three-year-old child, who was a passenger in a car accident, was transported by CareFlight to Children’s Hospital with a head injury on Tuesday afternoon around 3:30 p.m. The driver of the car lost control while traveling on National Road near Redmond Road in Springfield. The car reportedly left the right side of the road and flipped before crashing into a wooded area.  According to the...
Obama pardons Huber Heights man

Obama pardons Huber Heights man

President Barack Obama on Tuesday granted commutation of sentence to 209 individuals and pardons to 64 individuals. Obama granted a pardon to a Huber Heights person, LeAnton Sheldon Hopewell, Sr. Hopewell’s offense was aiding and abetting theft from interstate shipment. Hopewell was sentenced to three years probation. Hopewell tried to have his record expunged in 2011 through the Second...
3 higher ed questions for Trump’s secretary of education nominee

3 higher ed questions for Trump’s secretary of education nominee

Betsy DeVos, President-Elect Donald Trump’s pick for education secretary, is scheduled to have her confirmation hearing at 5 p.m. today. DeVos will be questioned by members of the U.S. Senate’s committee on health, education, labor, and pensions. TWITTER: Follow reporter Max Filby on Twitter for more higher ed news While she will likely face questions about her stance on school choice...
Ever wonder why road salt in Clark County is blue?

Ever wonder why road salt in Clark County is blue?

It was entertaining last week thinking about road salt being little bits of tropical seas making our icy roads safer. However, after speaking to some of you, I realized I need to clarify something. The road salt many of us see piled at the township, city, county or state garages is not blue because it came from tropical seas. No, that would be too easy. Many of our road salts are blue because road...
Democrats predict fight if Trump fires Cordray

Democrats predict fight if Trump fires Cordray

Senate Democrats Tuesday vowed to aggressively fight any plans to fire former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray as the nation’s top consumer watchdog. Under the 2010 law that created his agency, Cordray is supposed to remain director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau through July 2018. But a spokesman for President-elect Donald Trump last week said Trump has interviewed Texas Republican...
New charges against mother in newborn’s death

New charges against mother in newborn’s death

New charges have been filed against a Clark County mother in connection with the death of her newborn baby.  Shania Delawder, 19, was charged Sunday with involuntary manslaughter, according to Clark County Municipal Court records.  The baby, Liam Lee Spencer, died Oct. 6 after he was found unresponsive in a room at the Drake Motel, 3200 E. National Road in Springfield Twp.  Delawder...
Clark County Common Pleas Court cases

Clark County Common Pleas Court cases

COMMON PLEAS COURT NEW SUITS 17-CV-0006 - HSBC Bank USA, N.A., as Trustee, v. Lowell A. Osborne, 1211 S. Bird Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $92,830. 17-CV-0007 - James H. Stewart, Urbana, v. Scioto Services LLC, St. Paul, Minn., and Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus, notice of appeal. 17-CV-0008 - U.S. Bank NA v. Colleen M. Fowler, Baltimore, et al., complaint in foreclosure...

Clark County teen live streams suicide attempt

A Moorefield Twp. teen live streamed a suicide attempt on Facebook, according to a report from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. Another teen called 911, the report says, to report seeing her take a large amount of medication. The teen’s parents were contacted and able to stop her from taking more pills before medics arrived, the report says. She was transferred to Springfield Regional...
Clark County Pet of the Week

Clark County Pet of the Week

Meet Nash. He is an approximately 1-year-old Pit mix who weighs 66 pounds. Nash is vaccinated, dewormed, neutered, rabies vaccinated, heartworm negative and microchipped. His adoption fee is $100 which includes his dog license. Nash is located at the Humane Society Serving Clark County, 5201 Urbana Road in Springfield. Shelter hours are from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday, from 1 to 7:30 p...
Clark-Shawnee to ask voters again for $37M for new, renovated schools

Clark-Shawnee to ask voters again for $37M for new, renovated schools

The Clark-Shawnee Board of Education will go back to the ballot to again ask voters to approve a $37 million tax issue for new and renovated schools. Voters rejected the district’s plan in November that would have renovated Shawnee High School and build a new elementary school across the street. The district’s three primary schools would close. Voters will now go back to the polls in May...
Champaign County Pet of the Week

Champaign County Pet of the Week

Roxy is an approximately 8-year-old female Lab mix. She is a medium-sized dog at 50 pounds. Roxy was surrendered to us by her owner. She is a very friendly, playful dog who loves people. Roxy will make some family a wonderful companion. She is up to date on vaccinations (including rabies) and has tested negative for heartworm. She is scheduled to be spayed. Come visit Roxy at the Paws Animal Shelter...
Clark County Municipal Court cases

Clark County Municipal Court cases

CASES CALLED THURSDAY INCLUDED: Garrett W. Allagree, 33, of Fairborn, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of drugs, dismissed - prosecutor request; OVI, expired operator’s license, fail stop/yield stop sign, backing/starting, dismissed. Maryann Grabowski, 42, of 332 Chestnut Ave., OVI, guilty, 33 days jail with 30 days suspended, three days credit for time served for driver&rsquo...
TCC may partner with Champaign, Logan planning commission

TCC may partner with Champaign, Logan planning commission

A Clark County transporation planning organization may be expanding its services into Champaign and Logan counties. The Clark County-Springfield Transportation Coordinating Committee will be performing a $20,000 planning feasibility study to provide services for the Logan-Union-Champaign Regional Planning Commission. The study is being paid for through federal Statewide Research Planning money, TCC...
$850K mobile unit to combat high breast cancer rates in Clark County

$850K mobile unit to combat high breast cancer rates in Clark County

Community Mercy Health Partners has purchased an $850,000 mobile mammography unit to offer preventative services in Clark and Champaign counties after data revealed breast cancer rates in both counties are above the state average. The new vehicle will travel around the two counties to offer 3D and 2D mammograms to patients. Before its purchase, Community Mercy borrowed a vehicle from a Cincinnati...
Rockets' James Harden surprises fan celebrating 100th birthday

Rockets' James Harden surprises fan celebrating 100th birthday

The Houston Rockets’ James Harden had a great night on the court, but it’s what he did after the game that has fans cheering. After scoring 38 points in a 111-92 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, Harden headed to the stands, where he signed a ball for a very special fan, a woman celebrating her 100th birthday. Harden presented her the ball and sat down to speak to her briefly, according...
Michelle Obama posts romantic photo as first couple prepare to leave

Michelle Obama posts romantic photo as first couple prepare to leave

First lady Michelle Obama posted a romantic photo of her and President Barack Obama gazing out over the lawn toward the Washington Monument from a White House balcony as the first couple prepare to leave the house they’ve called home for the past eight years. The picture on Twitter shows the Obamas from the back with their arms around each other and their heads bent close. “Being your...
Suspected police killer Markeith Loyd launches profanity-laced rant in first court appearance

Suspected police killer Markeith Loyd launches profanity-laced rant in first court appearance

The man accused of killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend in December and an Orlando police officer on Jan. 9 launched a profanity-laced rant during his first court appearance on Thursday. Markeith Loyd, 41, appeared in court on charges filed in connection with the death of his ex-girlfriend, Sade Dixon. He has not been charged in the shooting death of Orlando police Lt. Debra Clayton. Loyd was somber...
ICYMI: Ohio State beat Nebraska in epic (silly) fashion last night

ICYMI: Ohio State beat Nebraska in epic (silly) fashion last night

Ohio State might yet have a forgettable basketball season, but the Buckeyes earned a memorable win over Nebraska on Wednesday night.  The Buckeyes trailed at the half, rallied to take the lead but still looked headed for defeat in Lincoln.  Then a Cornhusker defender fell down and Marc Loving scored the game-winning points on an uncontested layup.  Ohio State won its second game in...
Florida woman charged with theft after teeth found in car

Florida woman charged with theft after teeth found in car

A toothless Florida woman faces two charges of auto theft after her dentures were found inside a Kia. The problem? Police say the Kia wasn’t hers. Lindsey Jean Stanley-McShane, 31, of Lady Lake was arrested Friday. Deputies said they found Stanley-McShane trying to get into a pickup truck, and also saw the Kia nearby with the inside light on and door open, according to Florida...
Dayton Flyers want a white-out at UD Arena on Thursday

Dayton Flyers want a white-out at UD Arena on Thursday

The Dayton Flyers are urging fans to wear white for a 7 p.m. Thursday game against Richmond at UD Arena. Senior Joey Gruden and sophomore Ryan Mikesell starred in a video for the Red Scare student section on Wednesday. A victory by the Flyers (13-4, 4-1) would give them a share of first place with Richmond (11-6, 5-0). The game has added importance because the teams play only once in the regular season...
Reports: Reds trade starting pitcher

Reports: Reds trade starting pitcher

The Cincinnati Reds made a somewhat surprising move Thursday morning by sending Dan Straily to the Miami Marlins. Yahoo Sports reported the teams were working on a deal to trade the starting pitcher for three prospects, and FanRag Sports confirmed it was done pending medical reviews. The players the Reds are reportedly getting back are pitchers Louis Castillo and Austin Brice along with outfielder...
Teacher dies while on Florida vacation

Teacher dies while on Florida vacation

A school in Georgia is mourning a longtime teacher who died while on vacation. A student said the teacher was more than an educator. She said she got through some really rough times that she never would've made it through if wasn't for Mary Barkley. Evee Hunnel is in high school, but she said Barkley was her favorite teacher when she attended Dodgen Middle School in Cobb County. "When I...
Donald Trump inauguration: Here's a schedule of events

Donald Trump inauguration: Here's a schedule of events

Donald Trump will be sworn into office as the 45th president of the United States on Friday.  Between Thursday and Saturday, there are several events leading up to and following the swearing-in ceremony.  Here’s a schedule of events for the next few days (all times are ET) At 10:35 a.m., a concert will begin near the Lincoln Memorial. Toby Keith, 3 Doors Down, Lee Greenwood and others...
Florida man tries to cover up burglary he committed by reporting it, deputies say

Florida man tries to cover up burglary he committed by reporting it, deputies say

A Florida man was arrested this week, accused of burglarizing his neighbor's home and then reporting the break-in to 911 in an attempt to cover up the crime, investigators said. Jefferey Allen Dove, 27, is accused of committing the crime while the homeowner was in the hospital for five days, officials said. When the victim returned to his home in Summerfield, he found computers, jewelry and a set...
Missing Oklahoma woman found more than 20 years after disappearance

Missing Oklahoma woman found more than 20 years after disappearance

Shelly Jennings left Oklahoma more than 23 years ago. The Modesto, California, Police Department says someone saw Jennings at a Greyhound station. Her daughter, Brandy Chapman, has been looking for her. Chapman wants to connect with the people who found Jennings. “My dream has come true, my heart is whole, and my mom is safe,” wrote Shelly Jennings’ daughter, Brandy Chapman. Jennings&rsquo...
Feds sue largest student loan provider

Feds sue largest student loan provider

Many college students and graduates are beholden to Sallie Mae and its offshoot Navient after the companies provided student loans.
Anonymous warns Trump: 'You are going to regret the next four years'

Anonymous warns Trump: 'You are going to regret the next four years'

The online hacker group Anonymous has a warning for the president-elect: "You are going to regret the next 4 years."  Days before Donald Trump takes the oath of office, the group responded to his tweets that it will be digging up and releasing damaging information about the businessman-turned-politician, NBC News reported. Anonymous told Trump and his followers on Twitter that he has...