Interview With Lisa Charbonneau

Lisa Charbonneau

Are you interested in the Fair Labor Standards Act or FLSA, as it is commonly known? Do you ponder over the Garicia decision? Daydream about Department of Labor regulations? Does thinking about what needs to be included in the regular rate of pay make you feel tingly all over? Then boy, do we have the […]

BSO Deputies Union Will Hold No-Confidence Vote On Sheriff Gregory Tony

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association will hold a no-confidence vote on Sheriff Gregory Tony starting Tuesday, Local 10 News has confirmed. Members of the union will have between Tuesday and next Monday to vote. The situation continues to get messier on the day the attorney for BSO Deputies Association President Jeff […]

Kennewick Police Officers Come Out Of Retirement Amid Pandemic

KENNEWICK, Wash. — Two Kennewick police officers have come out of retirement to serve the community during the coronavirus pandemic. The Kennewick Police Department said Monday that shortly after Gov. Jay Inslee announced his stay-at-home order in late March, the city’s police chief, Ken Hohenberg, got a call from two recently retired officers, Sgt. Ken […]

Ex-KCPD Officer Who Said He Was Shot On Off-Duty Job Charged With Making False Report

A former Kansas City police officer who said he was shot in the chest while working off-duty last fall has been charged in Jackson County Circuit Court with making a false police report. Kelly Sapp, 53, faces a state misdemeanor charge for the incident that happened Sept. 14 while he patrolled a shopping center parking lot at 63rd Street […]