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Hundreds of Ohio businesses suspended yearly for ...
Ohio’s taxpayers spend roughly $700,000 annually for state investigators to track down and, in some cases, close businesses that fail to hand over sales tax collected from customers. The state has...
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My dad, the pornographer: How “Deep Throat” forev...
... this week at the Premier are up, and Deep Throat is still bringing in the crowds,” said Tony Arnone, my father’s business partner and old college friend. Dad held the phone closer to his ear...
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A New You: We may not know what tomorrow holds, b...
Late one evening during a thunderstorm, a little girl couldn�t sleep. So she jumped out of bed and hurried along the narrow hallway into her parent�s room.� �Mommy?� she whispered in her mother�s...
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Straightline winds cause damages here - There was...
There was extensive damage in parts of Upshur County when a storm moved through the area early Monday morning, but it was caused by straight-line winds and not a tornado, according to the National...
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I&M plans massive grid upgrade, reimburses affect...
Big changes are in the works for Indiana Michigan Power. The company is proposing a massive overhaul of its power grid worth $787 million. If the plan gets the approval of the state's utility...
Read more at 22 WSBT South Bend
Hawaii's high energy costs debated at gov forum
HONOLULU (AP) - The high cost Hawaii residents pay for energy was a recurring theme in a gubernatorial forum. But coming up with concrete solutions to complex energy problems in 30-second responses...
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Cooking with Julia Child
The headwaiter at Kan’s could not decide immediately where to seat the Child party. One table was too small, another too far from the windows. Chinese waiters flew about in response to his urgent...
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The British Undercover Cop Who Went Too Far
Jacqui met Bob Lambert at an animal-rights protest in 1984, when she was twenty-two. Their son was born the next year.Credit Illustration by Alex Williamson / Clockwise from Top: Keld Navntoft / AFP /...
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The Daily News' original coverage of 'War of the ...
FAKE WAR ON RADIO SPREADS PANIC OVER U.S. By GEORGE DIXON This article originally ran in the October 31, 1938 edition of the New York Daily News. A radio dramatization of H.G. Wells' "War of the...
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Officials: Nearly $2 million of marijuana plants ...
Nearly $2 million worth of marijuana plants have been found at a home in Humble, police said. Police said nearly 500 marijuana plants were found at 7022 Dewberry Shores Lane Tuesday night. Deputies...
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Scammers demanding payment for utility bills
Local electric companies said they are seeing a new wave of victims from a scam. Employees at a Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation call center spend hours making sure thousands of...
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John Oliver slams Philly cops' civil forfeiture u...
Civil forfeiture laws are the latest political topic to get the skewer from John Oliver, with the Last Week Tonight host saying that "legalized robbery by law enforcement" only makes cops the...
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Home heating program helps residents pay for high...
MILWAUKEE-- The weather is a reminder that the heating season is upon us and with that, comes bills that can take a bite out of a household budget. The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance program is one...
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Tucson Meet Yourself looking for volunteers
Mother says she caught man sexually assaulting 7-year-oldMother catches stranger sexually assaulting her child A man allegedly lured a child into an Evanston apartment complex laundry room Sunday and...
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Scam alert businesses should be aware of
Scam alert businesses should be aware ofPosted: Monday, September 29, 2014 9:17 AM EDTUpdated: Monday, September 29, 2014 9:18 AM EDT TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Local business owners need to be...
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Bill Cosby says 'unhappy' Morgan Freeman is waiti...
ADVERTISEMENT The 77-year-old television personality joked about the actor during his appearance on The Colbert Report. Host Stephen Colbert asked why Freeman hasn't portrayed Cosby in a movie, and...
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Timing mistakes can be costly
This week's illustration of how timing is important involves the Hawaii Renewable Energy Technologies credit, which often applies when people install solar electric - also known as photovoltaic or PV...
Read more at The Maui News
Con Artists Rip Off Glendale Senior Authorities said the burglary occurred at 12:30 p.m. last Wednesday, Sept. 10, at the victim’s home on 74th Avenue between 62nd Street and 64th Place. Law...
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8News Investigates: Who's Responsible When a Powe...
... Investigates: Who's Responsible When a Power Surge Damages Your Home?Posted: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 9:03 PM EDTUpdated: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 10:53 PM EDT "We didn't know what...
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Holmdel resident urges mayor’s re-election
I recently learned that this fall we will be voting once again to elect members of the Township Committee. Our present mayor, Pat Impreveduto, has shown great leadership during his tenure in times of...
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