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Adjuster’s Comment About ‘Homeys’ Enough to Allow Discrimination Claim to Proceed

A claims adjuster’s comments about “homeys” and “you people” when talking to a South Chicago property owner were enough to merit further proceedings on a discrimination claim against State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. However, several counts that alleged a …

Construction Equipment Damaged by Vandals in Wyoming

Police say vandals commandeered heavy equipment at a construction site outside Casper, Wyo., and caused extensive damage. The Casper Star-Tribune reported Wednesday the vandalism occurred over the weekend at the future site of Jump Craze, a trampoline park under construction …

Vandals Hit California Homes and More Than 25 Cars

Chula Vista, Calif., police are looking for vandals who spray-painted and otherwise damaged three homes and more than 25 cars. Damage could total tens of thousands of dollars. Police says the vandals struck Saturday night or Sunday morning and the …

Vandals Leave Louisiana Football Fans With Flat Tires

The Baton Rouge, La., constable says authorities are investigating possible vandalism at a parking lot where 16 vehicles were found, each with all four tires deflated. Constable Reginald R. Brown Sr. tells The Advocate that the lot is one where …

Vandals Damage Kansas’ Highest Point

Wallace County authorities are investigating damage done to markers and signs at Mount Sunflower, the state’s highest point. Sheriff Larry Townsend says someone caused extensive damage to the monument in early November, probably by using a flatbed truck. The truck …

Vandals Cause $10,000 in Damage at Alabama Park

Pelham, Alabama police say they’re searching for suspects after $10,000 worth of damage was done at the city park. Parks and Recreation Director Billy Crandall said he believes the crime might be gang-related and a form of retaliation against the …

Vandals Slash New Jersey County Bus Tires

Police say vandals slashed 106 tires on 31 buses, crippling the Burlington County Transportation System’s fleet Wednesday. Preliminary damage estimates places the loss at more than $31,000. Police say the vandalism took place at the bus depot on Route 38 …

Vandals Cause $85,000 Damage to Missouri Fountains

Kansas City parks officials say thieves and vandals have caused $85,000 damage to two of the city’s most well-known fountains. The Kansas City Star reports that thieves took $25,000 in lights from the JC Nichols Memorial Fountain on the County …