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With renovations slated for the Aberdeen Municipal Building starting in fall, 5th Judicial Circuit officials wonder if the county would be willing to provide space for magistrate court hearings. The community room, in the basement of the Brown...
Comedian Lloyd Ahlquist steps onto the stage, girded for battle. Wearing the uniform of a Soviet officer, with medals dripping from his chest, he channels dictator Joseph Stalin and prepares to deliver a rhyming smackdown on Russia's mad monk, Grigori...
The Senate recently passed a bill that would require Internet retailers to collect sales taxes on behalf of local governments. This bill has flaws that could be fixed in the House, and should be passed. I don't like the idea of the state and local...
Tags: Politics, Small Businesses, Employees, Amazon.com Inc., Business
SAN FRANCISCO -- Will Yahoo buy Tumblr? That's the $1-billion question du jour courtesy of All Things D. The struggling Internet giant is reportedly in serious talks to buy the blogging service in a deal that could be worth as much as $1 billion....
Watchdog with Paul MuschickIf you use a Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 browser, you could be at risk of having your computer hacked and taken over, the FBI warns. Microsoft has offered a fix. The Better Business Bureau says the FBI issued a cyber......
It seemed like a typical dinner party for the well-heeled set: eight women, some dressed in stilettos and skinny jeans, gabbing over glasses of wine and endive spears with goat cheese at a lavish Hollywood Hills home. But amid the Kate Middleton...
When first-time mom Sarah Dorman has a parenting question, she often turns to a Facebook group of Baltimore women before her own mother. Her mother's probably not available at 3 a.m., and not familiar with the latest rules regarding infants and...
Tags: New Products, Family, Mother's Day, Social Media
A Lower Macungie Township man's computer was locked up last week by an online scam artist claiming to be an FBI agent who had detected child pornography on the man's computer. In an email, the fake FBI official then told the man that the FBI would unlock...
Tags: Police Investigations, Email, Fogelsville, FBI
In early April, while making the promotional rounds for "Oblivion," Morgan Freeman made an appearance on the “Ask Me Anything” section of the popular social news and entertainment website Reddit. For those unfamiliar with “Ask Me...
BEIJING — She was a promising student at Beijing's prestigious Tsinghua University, a talented musician who loved to swim and dreamed of studying German and computer science. But in her sophomore year, Zhu Ling began suffering acute stomach...
Despite opposition from Internet firms including Facebook and Google, the California Senate on Thursday approved legislation that would require social networking sites to remove identifying information about teens and younger children from their pages...
Tags: Joel Anderson, Fines, Politics, Media Industry, Interior Policy
SAN BERNARDINO — When Karl Pettway opened the front door to his second-story stuccoed apartment, a man posing as a construction worker told him his car may have been dinged. Pettway peeked out and spotted his Ford, unscathed. But what he didn'...
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