- Spain: Princess Cristina back in court for tax fraud trial Updated: Feb-09-16 4:40 am
PALMA DE MALLORCA, Spain - Spain's Princess Cristina was back in court Tuesday for trial along with 17 others, including her husband, on charges ranging from tax fraud to embezzlement.
- Senate Democrats unveil new corporate tax proposal Updated: Feb-01-16 6:44 pm
SALEM, Oregon - On the opening day of Oregon's legislative session, Senate Democrats on Monday unveiled a new corporate tax proposal that would raise an extra $1 billion for the state during its next two-year budget cycle.
- The Latest: Lawmakers rally support for tax overhaul Updated: Feb-01-16 3:47 pm
SALEM, Oregon - The Latest on the start of the Legislative session (all times local):
- Kansas City business owner sentenced in tax fraud Updated: Jan-27-16 8:13 am
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - A Kansas City business owner was sentenced to federal prison for failing to pay federal taxes he collected from his employees.
- Economists tell Arizona lawmakers recovery still underway Updated: Jan-21-16 5:50 pm
PHOENIX - Economists who advise the Arizona Legislature said Thursday they believe the state's financial outlook will continue to brighten at a moderate pace despite pressure from national and world markets that have dropped in recent weeks.
- Ex-owner of Ziggies restaurants pleads guilty to tax fraud Updated: Jan-21-16 7:50 am
SPRINGFIELD, Missouri - The former owner of Ziggies restaurants in Missouri and Kansas has pleaded guilty to failing to pay more than $1.3 million in payroll taxes.
- Lawmakers review jobs, projects in California energy measure Updated: Jan-20-16 8:00 pm
SACRAMENTO, California - California officials have approved $1.1 billion in spending so far from a voter-approved initiative that closed a corporate tax loophole to generate billions of dollars for energy efficiency projects at California schools and community colleges, but most of the work is not completed, senators learned at a hearing Wednesday.
- GOP lawmaker wants cap on private school tax credits Updated: Jan-18-16 1:51 pm
PHOENIX - An effort by some Republican lawmakers to roll back an annual 20 percent boost in the amount of corporate tax credits available for contributions to private school tuition organizations has returned this session.