Twin Cities nursing chief accused of drowning his wife in elaborate murder plot

The man Twin Cities Community Hospital in Templeton hired earlier this year to be its chief nursing officer allegedly murdered his wife, a successful lawyer with a $1 million life insurance policy, in attempt to collect large sums of money that would allow him to continue living a luxurious lifestyle, which included expensive cars and multiple mistresses, according to a lawsuit filed this week in Florida. Read More …

Investigator uncovers untrue testimony in CalCoastNews libel case

Shortly after waste hauler Charles Tenborg received a “notice of violation” from a state agency, CalRecycle, charging that he “repeatedly made false statements” to fraudulently obtain more than $34,000 in tax dollars, Tenborg admitted the transgression and in February 2017 wrote a check to reimburse the state. Read More …