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Tom and Curley

July 3, 2014 - Hour: 2

Originally aired: Thursday, July 3, 2014

A California company that runs six Everest College for-profit schools in Washington is being investigated by state and federal agencies for its businesses practices, and the schools are expected to close or be sold. They are being investigated by the Feds for improper businesses.The for-profit schools train people in medical and dental assistance and claim that if you get this training, you'll be able to get jobs and the Feds are saying this is false advertising. Less than a day after Tuesday night's officer-involved shooting ... Seattle police have released video and audio recordings of the incident . The new police chief, Kathleen O'Toole says the community deserves transparency An officer fired when Austin J. Derby pointed the handgun at him, police said. After the shooting police learned weapon was in fact a pellet gun. The UberX Price Drops... UberX fares dropped by 25%, making it 40% cheaper than a taxi. From Irvine to Newport Beach and everywhere in between, uberX is the most affordable ride on the road - so says uberX. The company is lowering its price to wipe-out the competition. Competitions drive prices down says Curley. Tom says that once the competition is driven out the monopoly drives their price back up. It's being described as an invasion. There is confusion about whether children are deported if they come across the boarder into the United States. 52,000 children have tried to come across the boarder into the US. The Commissioner of Customs & Boarder Protection speaks about to the issue of children attempting to cross the boarder into the US. The Federal Government is going to launch a media campaign to educate children to not attempt to cross the boarder. A sign that there's life on the streets, each sign is a glimpse into someone's life. Willie Baronet has been buying homeless people's signs for 21 years and this month he's traveling to 24 cities, from Seattle to New York, gathering more signs. Rather than ignore the homeless, Barone


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