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Orange County Correspondent and Religion Writer — Associated Press
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Gillian Flaccus is a reporter for The Associated Press in Southern California. She covers religion and news from Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

Authorities say suspect in family killings owed victim money

pantagraph.com — Authorities say a California man charged with murder in the killing of his business partner and the partner's family owed $30,000 to the victim, who planned to fire him. Court records unsealed Wednesday show San Bernardino County sheriff's investigators learned that victim Joseph McStay had lent defendant Charles "Chase" Merritt money to cover a gambling debt before McStay and his family disappeared in February 2010.

Authorities say suspect in family killings owed victim money - The Monitor: Us News

themonitor.com — Court records unsealed Wednesday show San Bernardino County sheriff's investigators learned that victim Joseph McStay had lent defendant Charles "Chase" Merritt money to cover a gambling debt before McStay and his family disappeared in February 2010. Investigators say a third business associate, Daniel Kavanaugh, also told them that McStay was planning to fire Merritt from his water features business.

Authorities say suspect in family killings owed victim money

timesunion.com — A California man charged with murder in the killing of his business partner and the partner's family owed $30,000 to the victim, who planned to fire him, authorities said in court records released Wednesday.

Authorities say suspect in family killings owed victim money

startribune.com — Authorities say a California man charged with murder in the killing of his business partner and the partner's family owed $30,000 to the victim, who planned to fire him. Court records unsealed Wednesday show San Bernardino County sheriff's investigators learned that victim Joseph McStay had lent defendant Charles "Chase" Merritt money to cover a gambling debt before McStay and his family disappeared in February 2010.

California water wasters beware: #DroughtShaming on the rise

yahoo.com — Not everyone is happy about it. One woman, quickly tiring of Corcoran's lecture on conservation while she watered her plants, turned her hose on him. In this Friday, June 5, 2015, photo, Tony Corcoran records sprinklers watering the lawn in front of a house in Beverly Hills, Calif.

California water wasters beware: DroughtShaming on the rise

contracostatimes.com — By Gillian Flaccus and John Rogers Associated Press Posted: 06/12/2015 08:30:37 AM PDT Updated: 06/12/2015 08:31:11 AM PDT LOS ANGELES -- Psst. Ready to water that beautiful lush lawn of yours? The one that's the envy of the entire neighborhood? If you live in Southern California, you'd better wait until after midnight.

California water wasters beware: DroughtShaming on the rise

mercurynews.com — Posted: 06/12/2015 05:55:52 AM PDT Updated: 06/12/2015 05:56:20 AM PDT LOS ANGELES -- Psst. Ready to water that beautiful lush lawn of yours? The one that's the envy of the entire neighborhood? If you live in Southern California, you'd better wait until after midnight.

California water wasters beware: #DroughtShaming on the rise

sacbee.com — Pssst. Ready to water that beautiful lush lawn of yours? The one that's the envy of the entire neighborhood. If you live in Southern California, you'd better wait until after midnight. Preferably on a cloudy, new-moon night during a power outage when it's so dark even night-vision goggles won't give away your position.

California Water Wasters Beware: #DroughtShaming on the Rise

abcnews.go.com — Are you ready to water your beautiful lush lawn? Well, if you live in Southern California you'd better wait until a dark evening. Otherwise you might run afoul of the drought shamers. With California mired in a devastating drought, those so-called shamers are fanning out across the...

Pool industry touts water savings in California drought - Tulsa World: Agriculture

tulsaworld.com — ORANGE, California - Leigh McDonough stood in her backyard on a hot spring day and listened to the steady shush-shush-shush of two garden hoses filling her new pool and hot tub with water. Her family installed the 21,000-gallon pool despite a state mandate to cut overall water consumption by 25 percent amid a crushing, four-year drought.
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