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It's another hymn of an evening down here in Anaheim, the French Riviera of freeways. Took a mere two hours to drive from L.A., which exceeds the capacity of many bladders. Fortunately, the kid in the back seat fell asleep in Azusa of all places, or the...
American restaurants are expected to report dismal same-store sales for the first quarter, slammed by cold weather and cost-conscious consumers, but the industry hopes that Mom will come to the rescue. A forecast from Thomson Reuters shows eatery...
OTSEGO COUNTY — Brandon Knox came home from trout camp a different person. That's not to say he wasn't a fisherman beforehand. Knox, 15, who lives with his family in Hayes Township, started fishing when he was 3. He caught his first fish, a...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Fishing
The Hartford CourantWhen Mark Doyle lost his job in August, it wasn't a huge jolt. Doyle, 59, had taken the traveling sales job six months earlier, and it had become clear the business wasn't strong enough to support his territory. He'd found the job fairly quickly after his...
Occupational licenses issued recently by county and municipal governments in Central Florida; data collected by Market Force Corp. of Newtown Square, Pa. Orange Bryan's Construction and Remodeling, remodeling, 8029 Village Green Road, Orlando, 32818....
Jeffrey Weinstein once swept through 19 Denver restaurants in six hours, a feat that most people would characterize as gluttony. Weinstein calls it research. Eating out is more than a hobby for the founder and co-chief executive of the Counter, a...
Two suspects were in custody after an off-duty corrections officer was shot and severely wounded Thursday at a gas station in Colton, authorities said. Officials said the officer was fueling his automobile at a Shell station in the 2700 block of Iowa...
A 52-year-old correctional officer was in critical condition Friday after he was shot at a gas station in Colton, officials said. Authorities are investigating whether the longtime officer, who was off-duty at the time of the shooting, was targeted...
Tags: Television Industry, Google+, Shootings
FloriDUHA Burger King employee in Immokalee, Nicolas Trejo, is accused of throwing chicken tenders and burgers at his boss -- and even threatening him with a knife and spitting in his face -- after losing his job, deputies say, reports the Naples Daily News. The...
When the Kool-Aid Man next hurtles through some unsuspecting homeowner’s wall, he’ll look snazzier, more up-to-date, more “lifelike,” according to parent company Kraft Foods Group Inc. Which means that Kool-Aid Man -- a giant,...
As part of the annual April Fools contest, Dacotah Prairie Museum visitors are invited to look for misplaced objects hidden in its exhibits all this month. Not only will participants sharpen their powers of observation, but they might also win a prize....
Tags: Museums, Arts and Culture
Fast food giant Burger King Worldwide Inc. said it will lose its chief executive Bernardo Hees to H.J. Heinz Co. once billionaire financier Warren Buffett wraps up his acquisition of the ketchup company with 3G Capital. Corporate poaching this...
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