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  • Kevin Hunt: Coffee Ice Cubes At Starbucks? Ban Single-Roll TP?

    Kevin Hunt: Coffee Ice Cubes At Starbucks? Ban Single-Roll TP?
    Consumers, your social conscience deserves a day off. SocialPower.com, a website just emerging from beta, gives it to you: a platform to air out your consumer gripes and wishes, big or (mostly) small. It reads, at times, like a parody from The Onion but...
  • Kardashians' Khroma makeup renamed

    Kardashians' Khroma makeup renamed
    Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian's Khroma beauty line is being renamed Kardashian Beauty after a legal challenge from Florida-based Kroma Makeup. The products should arrive in stores including Sears and CVS in two to three weeks. [The Cut] The Obama...
  • Crime & Punishment: UConn's New Logo Leads to Controversy

    Crime & Punishment: UConn's New Logo Leads to Controversy
    Wayne Winston has been in a four-year battle to wrestle leadership of the Bridgeport chapter of the NAACP, alleging financial improprieties on the part of its current president. Recently, he petitioned the state NAACP to take over the chapter. Coverage of...
  • Know someone who has a skeleton mask and likes Black and Mild Cigars?

     Know someone who has a skeleton mask and likes Black and Mild Cigars?
    Here's a blunt bandito that had some clear preferences. On Thursday a suspect entered a CVS store in Jacksonville wearing a skeleton mask, pointed a gun at a store employee and demanded money -- along with Black and Mild cigars -- before fleeing the...
  • Disparity in generic drug prices is a bitter pill to swallow

    Disparity in generic drug prices is a bitter pill to swallow
    Generic prescription drugs have to meet exacting standards for ingredients and quality, which you'd think would make them uniformly priced at pharmacies. But that, of course, isn't the case. Generic drug prices can be all over the map, depending on...
  • Wichita Police Crime Sheets: Monday June 17

    Wichita Police Crime Sheets: Monday June 17
    Each day, we comb through pages upon pages of crime reports from the Wichita Police Department.  Below is a quick glance at some bits and pieces from those sheets.  These reports are designed to give you an idea of what residents and police are...
  • 'Curb' Actor Won't Be Charged in Parking Spot Incident

    LOS ANGELES-Prosecutors won't be filing charges of vandalism against "Curb Your Enthusiasm" actor Jeff Garlin after he was accused of smashing a car window in a dispute over a parking space. Instead, the 51-year-old will receive a hearing at the Los...
  • At Aetna, another example of screwy medical pricing

    At Aetna, another example of screwy medical pricing
    Consumers have been told by insurers again and again that if they want cheaper prices for prescription drugs, they need to order them in bulk from mail-order pharmacies. And typically, it works out that way. Sometimes, however, the prices reveal how...
  • Two CVS workers are honored in Bedford

    Two CVS workers are honored in Bedford
    Two employees of the CVS pharmacy in Bedford are being honored for going the extra mile to save a customer's life.  The Bedford County Department of Fire and Rescue held its annual recognition and awards ceremony Thursday night.     Bruno Andrade...
  • Toned down 'Today Show' hits Chicago

    Toned down 'Today Show' hits Chicago
    Big picture, not much went right for the “Today Show's” planned broadcast from Chicago this week.  First, terrible, significant news happened in Oklahoma, meaning stars Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie would never make it to the live location...
  • Rx for Danger: Pain clinic owners made millions, hired 10 doctors to write illegal scripts, feds say

    Rx for Danger: Pain clinic owners made millions, hired 10 doctors to write illegal scripts, feds say
    While "patients" lined up outside Professional Pain Center, dropped their used needles in nearby parking lots and sold their prescription pills across the street, federal agents were watching and quietly building a case against the Longwood pain clinic....
  • Allergy lozenge company moving to Danville, creating 150 new jobs

    Allergy lozenge company moving to Danville, creating 150 new jobs
    An allergy lozenge company is moving its headquarters and distribution operations to Danville, which will create 150 new jobs. AllergEase announced Thursday that it will invest $7.5 million over three years in its new Danville operation. AllergEase&...