The Sunrise News Sampler
Some new residents of Riverfront Village will not be able to move into the property by the date indicated on their signed leases, as the complex has not yet received a certificate of occupancy. Although tenants may occupy the property while it’s still under construction, there must be plans to keep them separated. For now, students who were supposed to live there will be rehoused.
So far this year, four hospitals in Alabama have reportedly been cited for violations associated with providing care to patients, including DCH Regional Medical Center where a surgeon on call did not appear in the emergency room.
Tuscaloosa City Schools are expected to end fiscal 2014 with $14 million in the bank, $3 million more than expected.
Health officials say Alabama’s prison system is dealing with its worst outbreak of tuberculosis in five years with nine diagnosed active cases this year.
The U.S. Treasury has sent out 97 pages of rules for investing and allocating money that BP PLC and other defendants will pay in Clean Water Act fines for the Gulf oil spill of 2010. The total collected in a trust fund is expected to be billions of dollars.
Missouri state police have taken over security for massive demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri where ugly clashes between protesters and Ferguson police in military gear raised questions about their law enforcement tactics. The protest atmosphere has lightened up since the State Highway Patrol arrived.
Canada has offered up to 1,000 Ebola vaccines as the magnitude of the crisis in West Africa is vastly underestimated with almost 2,000 people infected this year, including a death toll over 1,000.
Michael J. Fox, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease, says he was stunned by the revelation Robin Williams was battling the disease in a tweet supporting the late actor and comedian.
Damon Dash is suing movie director Lee Daniels for $25 million, saying Daniels failed to honor an investment agreement for his movies.