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  • Diagnosed with cancer, mom-to-be makes tough decision

    Diagnosed with cancer, mom-to-be makes tough decision
    It was a routine visit to her obstetrician early in her pregnancy, and Jill Wrobel, 30, a first-time expectant mom, had lots of questions. Wrobel remembers her doctor warning her to not look for answers on untrusted sites on the Internet. The online...
  • 2010 Oscar Ballots Are In The Mail

    2010 Oscar Ballots Are In The Mail
    HOLLYWOOD ( KTLA)-- Ballots for the 83rd Academy Awards nominations were mailed Monday to the 5,755 members of Hollywood's Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Completed Oscar ballots must be returned by 5 p.m. PST Jan. 14. You may view the...
  • Lowest Greenville Businesses Ready for Change

    Lowest Greenville Businesses Ready for Change
    Many business owners along lower Greenville say the area is no longer the party destination it has a reputation for being. Last night, Dallas City Council voted unanimously to approve a new strict extended hours permit process for Lowest Greenville...
  • Indeed.com adds resume search

    Indeed.com adds resume search
    A new resume search claims more than 42,000 job hunters in Chicago. Indeed.com launched its open resume search Sept. 14, but the site has been taking resume uploads since February, including imported LinkedIn profiles. For now, the search at indeed.com/...
  • Verizon to charge $30 to upgrade your phone

    Verizon to charge $30 to upgrade your phone
    Thinking of upgrading your phone with Verizon? Better do it fast. On April 22, Verizon Wireless will institute a $30 upgrade fee for existing customers who purchase new phones with a two-year contract. "This fee will help us continue to provide...
  • In Microsoft's shadow, Seattle's tech scene surges

    In Microsoft's shadow, Seattle's tech scene surges
    The transformation of Seattle's South Lake Union district stands as a metaphor for this city's emergence as what some would argue is the West Coast's second most important hub of technology and entrepreneurship. Many of the glass and steel buildings...
  • Aunt's nursing home hinders exit

    Aunt's nursing home hinders exit
    My aunt is in a nursing home. They tell us she isn't allowed to leave unless she gets the doctor's permission. If she does, she has to sign a statement saying she doesn't hold them liable and will lose all her healthcare coverage. She is on Medicare....
  • Local firms snag $19M in 2nd period

    Local firms snag $19M in 2nd period
    Central Florida companies reeled in nearly $19 million in venture capital during the second quarter, trailing only the Tampa Bay area's $34.5 million among regions statewide, according to the latest industry survey. For a second straight quarter, Central...
  • Romney Made $42.7M in 2 Years, Paid 14% in Taxes

    Romney Made $42.7M in 2 Years, Paid 14% in Taxes
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made $42.7 million over the past two years and paid $6.2 million in taxes, according to documents released Tuesday by his campaign. Romney and his wife, Ann, filed a joint 1040 reporting $21.7 million in 2010...
  • Super Bowl payoff substantial, but may fall short of hype

    Super Bowl payoff substantial, but may fall short of hype
    There’s no doubt the Super Bowl crowds showered Indianapolis with cash all week. The question is, how much of it will stick after the big game is over? And how much will it mean to Indianapolis’ economy? An estimated 150,000 visitors were...
  • BYO gadget to work?

    BYO gadget to work?
    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Like many employees these days, Kim Gibbons uses her own smartphone and tablet for her job at Cisco Systems. That way, no matter where she is -- including weekend soccer matches with her children -- "I'm still very much connected...
  • Sorry, America: Your wireless airwaves are full

    Sorry, America: Your wireless airwaves are full
    This is part one of a week-long series on the cell phone capacity crunch. The U.S. mobile phone industry is running out of the airwaves necessary to provide voice, text and Internet services to its customers. The problem, known as the "spectrum crunch,...