Owner Dies After Shootings At Suburban Kanas City Gun Shop – 8 News Now

Nail-gun suicide prompted when thefts to pay IRS were discovered – The Denver Post

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NYC considers extending letter-grade system to salons – CBS News 8 – San Diego, CA News Station – KFMB Channel 8

(AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews). Lisa Moon, left, owner of Castle nail salon, manicures a customer at her the salon she has owned for 16 years without "complaints," Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015, in New York. Dirty nail clippers could get the same treatment as spo...

“My own ego is so big I could not admit defeat.” A check of county and state records did not show any IRS liens filed against Talley or his company from that time period forward. He did file for personal bankruptcy in May 2002, but records from that case were not immediately available. Talley said he chose suicide when his thefts were discovered by Title Resource Guarantee Company in Texas, for whom he sold title insurance policies. “I have ruined my reputation and rather than being in jail with no way for my family to provide for itself I have decided to take my life,” the note says. Richard Talley made a last-minute switch in beneficiary to his wife just before he died on Feb.
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Dear Santa: Area second-graders write to Santa Claus – Local – ChipleyPaper.com

“We believe that we’re setting the stage for this concept to happen statewide and certainly nationwide,” he said. Because salons are licensed by the state, the bill introduced Wednesday by Diaz and Rafael Espinal, chairman of the City Council’s consumer affairs committee, would call on the state to allow New York City to set up the grading system. The officials also introduced a measure that would require salons to post a “customer’s bill of rights” and another that would ask the state to expand its training programs for salon employees. Diaz said the enhanced training would spur unlicensed beauticians to “come out of the shadows” and get licensed. The cost of the training program, which would be run by the Division of Licensing Services, has not been determined. The restaurant grades were imposed in 2010 over the objections of the New York State Restaurant Association, which complained the grades were unfair and often based on arbitrary rules like the placement of a sink for employee hand-washing.
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