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  • Captain Nathan Hale Middle School

    School: Captain Nathan Hale Middle School Town: Coventry Slug: "Mototown USA" Status: Broadcast Length: 50 (use pad at beginning) DELIVERY: Good delivery. Easy to follow. Nice location and creative touch holding the helmet in the stand up. Next time...
  • Michigan Company to Invest $1 Billion

    LANSING, Mich. (AP) A solar power technology company says it will invest up to $1 billion in Michigan, creating about 300 jobs. Hemlock Semiconductor Corp. told the Michigan Economic Growth Authority about its plans Monday morning, and the economic...
  • Highlights From The Fed's Latest Economic Survey

    Highlights From The Fed's Latest Economic Survey
    Highlights from the Federal Reserve's survey of economic conditions nationwide. The survey, released Wednesday and known as the Beige Book, is based on information collected from the Fed's 12 regional bank districts. BOSTON (This region covers Maine,...
  • Pet Owners Face Different Fees, Rules on Animal Sterilization in North Texas

    Pet Owners Face Different Fees, Rules on Animal Sterilization in North Texas
    Fees associated with sterilizing pets and rules on whether pets must be spayed or neutered vary throughout North Texas. In Grand Prairie, there are no requirements to spay or neuter pets - even if the pet is picked up by animal service. However, pets...
  • Seattle Company Recalls Thousands Of Defibrillators

    Seattle Company Recalls Thousands Of Defibrillators
    A Seattle-based company is recalling about 5,400 of its automated external defibrillators due to a problem that could make them inoperable. Philips Healthcare says it's had reports of a memory chip failure in a small number of some HeartStart FR2 Plus...
  • Tavistock demolishing old Agere plant in south Orlando

    Tavistock demolishing old Agere plant in south Orlando
    Orange County's bygone hopes of becoming an industry leader in microchip manufacturing are now a pile of rubble off South John Young Parkway. Bulldozers are razing the old Agere Systems Inc. microchip factory, previously known as Cirent Semiconductor,...
  • Sentencing for counterfeit semiconductors case delayed

    The sentencing of two Newport Coast men who pleaded guilty to selling counterfeit electronics to the U.S. Navy was pushed back until at least November, federal officials said Wednesday. Mustafa Aljaff, 30, and Neil Felahy, 32, could be sentenced to 2....
  • Cat Back Home After Missing for a Year and a Half

    Cat Back Home After Missing for a Year and a Half
    In their Wrightsville home, Brenda McHenry and her daughter are celebrating. Their cat is back home after missing for a year and a half. The Humane League of Lancaster County found a microchip inside Kit Cloud Kicker when he was found on the street in...
  • Digital Television FAQ's

    Digital Television FAQ's
    Why is my picture blocky, pixilated or frozen? This is the new "Snow"!  When an analog signal became weak, your picture showed snow and ghosting and other interference.  With Digital Television, a weak signal results in blocky, pixilated pictures that...
  • Border Patrol helps reunite stolen dogs, owner through microchipping

    Border Patrol helps reunite stolen dogs, owner through microchipping
    Two dogs were rescued by an animal control officer Friday after U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a woman on suspicion of human smuggling on Interstate 8 in the Campo area. The animals, a black and silver Shih Tzu and a white and cream Beagle-mix,...
  • Dog reunites with owner after mysterious journey

    Dog reunites with owner after mysterious journey
    A San Diego dog that somehow ended up over 330 miles away from home in Fresno has been reunited with his owner, thanks to his microchip. On April 1, 2010, Brianne Thom noticed that Marley had gone missing and did everything she could to find him. "I put...
  • Touring Sarasota the Segway way

    Eight inches off the ground and helmet atop my head, I am taller than any of the people who stop to gawk at me gliding by the chic shops here. With a twitch of my body, I speed up to about 8 m.p.h. when I reach the broad promenade along the shores of...