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    Chrysler issues massive recall

    Chrysler is recalling nearly 189,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos to fix a fuel pump problem. The automaker released a statement today saying it is voluntarily issuing the recall which affects 2011 models, built between January 2010 and July 2011. Nearly 189,000 of the recalled vehicles are in the U.S. Chrysler says a relay can fail and increase the risk of a crash. The fuel pump problem can also cause SUVs to stall. One non-profit advocacy group says the recall doesn’t […]

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    J.C. Penney looks to hire 35K workers for this holiday season

    J.C. Penney says it’ll add 35,000 seasonal workers this year. That’s the same amount the retailer hired last year for the crucial holiday shopping season. Earlier this week, UPS, FedEx, Kohl’s and Walmart each announced they’d be hiring more seasonal workers this year than last year. View Walmart’s hiring announcement. View UPS’ hiring announcement.  

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    Photographer makes a splash with her unique work

    You could say one photographer is making waves with her pictures. This North Carolina photographer specializes in turning girls into mermaids. Like many little girls, Ann Lynn dreams of becoming a mermaid. “I love mermaids, they’re so beautiful,” Ann said. Today’s her lucky day because her dream came true. The woman who captured this experience is photographer Kelly Lynne Burke. “I used to spend my summers in Cape Hatteras. I would lean up against the lighthouse and imagine mermaids are […]

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    Toyota recalls 20,000 vehicles for possible fuel leak

    Toyota Motor Corp announced Friday that they are recalling thousands of vehicles for a possible fuel leak. The auto maker says most of the recalled vehicles were sold in the U.S. The recall includes the 2015 model year Lexus RX, and four 2014 model year Toyota vehicles: Avalon, Camry, Highlander and Sienna. Toyota says the fuel delivery pipe may leak because it was not welded correctly. So far, there are no reports of fire, crashes or injuries associated with the […]

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    Attention iPhone 6 buyers: Experts warn your new iPhone could cost you

    Folks getting their hands on one of Apple’s new iPhones today should hold on tight! A new study by protection plan provider Squaretrade finds iPhone damages have cost Americans 10.7 billion dollars since their introduction in 2007. The sum combines the cost of repairs, replacements and insurance deductibles for cracked, dropped, submerged, and water damaged devices. The cracked screen is the most common lasting damage. The study found 15% of iPhone users are currently using one with a cracked screen. […]

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    Eight people, including six children, killed in Florida shooting

    BELL, Fla. – Police in North Florida are investigating a shooting with multiple fatalities in what they are describing as a murder-suicide. The Gilchrist County Sheriff says 51-year-old Robert Schultz shot and killed his adult daughter and her six children. Officials say the suspect called 911 and then turned the gun on himself after a deputy arrived on scene. Police say the children ranged in age from 3 months old to 11-years-old. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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    Beef prices at an all time high, here’s what you can expect

    Meat eaters beware, your love for beef is getting more expensive. U.S. beef prices are at an all time high and they could go higher. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the national average for a pound of ground beef is $4.01. That’s 56 cents more than the same time last year. Industry experts blame the record high on greater consumer demand on the lowest cattle numbers in more than 40-years.  

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    ‘A-maze-ing’ corn maze pays tribute to NBA star

    OHIO – Excitement is being displayed in many ways in Ohio, where NBA star Lebron James is about to return to his hometown team. The biggest welcome home gift of all is no doubt on a farm near Akron, Ohio. A five acre corn maze has been dedicated to the guy known as “King James.” On the ground, the maze is of course full of twists and turns. But a bird’s-eye view shows that the number 23 has been carved […]

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    Essentials you need to know before updating your device to IOS 8

    Now that Apple has released its updated operating system, IOS 8, here’s what you need to know to download it. Before the free download, make sure your photos, videos and contacts are secure. To do this, plug your device into your computer, get into iTunes, and select “Backup now,” or go to iCloud.com and choose the backup option. Then free up some space on your device. **Note: If your phone tells you that there is not enough storage left, it means there […]

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    Study: New blood test could help diagnose depression

    Scientists at Northwestern University have developed a blood test that could some day help diagnose depression in adults. The test measure levels of nine blood markers in a patient’s RNA molecules. In preliminary trials, people already diagnosed with clinical depression had significantly different levels of these markers than people without depression. The blood test was also able to measure the effectiveness of behavioral therapy on depressed patients and even predict who would benefit the most from seeing a therapist. While […]

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    Inflatable rubber river tubes recalled due to skin irritation

    More than 20,000 river tubes are being recalled because they’re causing skin irritations. The Coleman company is recalling Sevlor brand River Racer inflatable rubber tubes after receiving 24 dozen reports of skin irritations. The tubes were sold exclusively at Walmart stores nationwide and on Walmart.com from January through July for about $25. Consumers should stop using the tubes and contact Coleman for a free replacement. Coleman’s number is 800-835-3278.