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Holiday lights safety: How not to be the Griswolds
Whether you string up lights to adorn your home and yard every holiday or just wait for Christmas, it's important to keep electrical safety in mind when decorating. After all, you don't want to be your neighborhood's version of the Griswolds from "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation."
VIDEO: Starbucks to hire thousands of veterans and spouses
Starbucks plans to hire 10,000 veterans and military spouses over the next five years.
Couple begins 'kindness' journey
Did a stranger buy your coffee this morning? Or pay your parking ticket? If so, you could be a recipient of a Michigan couple's random kindness. They're traveling part of the United States, helping as many people as they can.
VIDEO: Handy gadgets to help your sick child
Having a sick child is the worst. All you want to do is make them feel better, and a lot of times it feels like there is very little you can do. Now there are some handy gadgets to help you make your little one feel better sooner without stressing yourself out.
Shooter confronted estranged wife, coach outside theater, police say
Joplin police say Jeffrey Bruner shot Missouri Southern coach Derek Moore in the torso, then stood over him and fired additional shots, outside a movie theater Friday night.
Old-school shop, new-school style
Brian Cooper is a new breed of hometown barber
Football coach dies after theater shooting
An assistant football coach at Missouri Southern State University was gunned down in a movie theater parking lot Friday night, prompting the school to cancel homecoming.
Feds to review case of teen found dead in wrestling mat
Federal prosecutors will conduct a formal review of the death of Kendrick Johnson, a 17-year-old who was found dead earlier this year inside rolled-up wrestling mats at his high school.
Food-stamp benefits will drop 5% for recipients as stimulus ends
Congress is poised to let a temporary boost in food-stamp benefits end later this week for more than 47 million Americans.
Cops: North Georgia high school student had 'kill' list
A north Georgia high school student was arrested and charged with terroristic threats and acts earlier this month after authorities said they discovered a "kill" list he created in a notebook.
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