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Estate of Decatur man shot, killed sues security alarm company
According to this lawsuit, a Vivint alarm system failed to go off when his window was shot out and his door was broken down. ... Irvin Jr. at his home on Marion Street, according to our news partners at the Decatur Daily.
Security Firm ADT Accuses Rival Ring of Trademark Infringement Over Blue Signage
Long-time home security firm ADT is suing rival upstart Ring alleging the newcomer is violating its trademarks by using signage that is very similar to the blue octagon logo that ADT has used for decades.
Maryland appears to be cracking down on those who are being offered back the job they lost in the pandemic -- but are now refusing to return to, preferring to accept unemployment insurance benefits instead.
Just over one month remains in the Paycheck Protection Program that was extended through May 31, 2021, but given the current rate of loans being processed, funds are not expected to last through the end of May, according to Amanda Markow, communications manager of Mississippi Bankers Association.
Florida has long been considered the lightning capital of the United States, but a new analysis from Vaisala shows that might not be the case. The company says Oklahoma has overtaken the Sunshine State, at least in recent years, boasting more lightning flashes per square kilometer than any other state in the country.
They used their car to stay warm when a winter storm brought down the Texas power grid. In a state that doesn't require carbon monoxide alarms in homes, they had no warning they were poisoning themselves.