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  • Express lane for electricity shopping closer

    Express lane for electricity shopping closer
    Plans to give consumers a faster way to switch among the state's many competing electricity suppliers took a big step forward ...The developer of proposed Costco in Lower Macungie says he really, really needs the township to agree to tax breaks ... A...
  • Flag still flies on the battleship Arizona

     
    The sun breaks through dark clouds to shine on the Flag that is still raised and lowered daily on the battleship USS Arizona, sunk during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor....
  • Google developing 3-D depth-sensing tablets, report says

    Google is reportedly developing a tablet capable of capturing and displaying three-dimensional images of objects around it. The device is still in the works, but 4,000 of the tablets could be released to developers soon, ahead of the company's annual...
  • What's causing the Earth's weather patterns to shift?

    What a dichotomy. The headline on the front page of Tuesday’s Tribune reads: “EPA Climate Rule Offers Chance for Healthier Chicago.” The story by reporter Michael Hawthorne outlines a healthier Chicago due to regulations on carbon...
  • Tracy Morgan's estranged mom complains about access to her son

    As if the weekend crash involving Tracy Morgan weren't awful enough on its own, there may have been some family drama surrounding the comic's hospitalization as well.  Alicia Warden, Morgan's estranged mother, told TMZ on Tuesday that her son's fiancee,...
  • TV Everywhere Is Getting Better. But It Won't Stop the Pay-TV Empire From Crumbling

    Winter is coming for the pay-TV industry. And there's nothing the biz can rustle up, not even dragons, to prevent it. After years of growth -- both in subscribers and prices -- the number of people who buy television subscriptions has started to decline....
  • Italian Producer Aurelio De Laurentiis Gets Back Into Hollywood Biz And Lands Honorary Degree

    ROME - Italian producer Aurelio De Laurentiis is back to producing in Hollywood, he announced while receiving an Honorary Degree from the American University of Rome. De Laurentiis, who is the nephew of late great movie mogul Dino De Laurentiis and a...
  • Burbank house fire claims life of pet cat, causes $100,000 in damage

    Burbank house fire claims life of pet cat, causes $100,000 in damage
    Burbank firefighters knocked down a house fire on Thursday that caused an estimated $100,000 in damage to a single-story home and claimed the life of a pet cat, authorities said. Shortly before 10 a.m., firefighters responded to 837 N. Kenwood St....
  • Eagle Rock gets more time to give input about landfill plans

    Eagle Rock gets more time to give input about landfill plans
    Eagle Rock residents near the access road for the Scholl Canyon Landfill, who felt they had been kept out of the loop regarding a possible expansion of the facility, will now have until July 31 to give their input on a draft environmental impact report....
  • Weaver settles, writes letter of apology over alleged groping incident

    Councilman Dave Weaver has agreed to give $2,000 and a letter of apology to a woman who accused him of groping her at a Mexican restaurant last year. The woman, Lolita Gonzalves, went public with her allegations in April, prompting Weaver’s...
  • '12 Years a Slave,' 'Non-Stop' Among Bona Film Group's China Releases

    "12 Years a Slave," "Non-Stop" and "The Grandmaster 3D" lead Bona Film Group's slate of upcoming films, the Chinese film producer and distributor said Tuesday. The company noted that the release dates of its movies could change and are subject to...
  • John Oliver rails against cable companies over net neutrality

    John Oliver rails against cable companies over net neutrality
    John Oliver knows you're probably not that angry about net neutrality, and he'd like to change that.  On Sunday night, Oliver used the bully pulpit of his HBO series "Last Week Tonight" to rail against telecommunications giants like Verizon and...