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Missing baby found in tote bag at gas station, woman charged

Missing baby found in tote bag at gas station, woman charged

Authorities found a missing six-day-old baby Friday morning in West Branch. Kayden Powell was found at 10:15 a.m., Friday, in a plastic crate, wrapped in blankets at a BP station, 401 Parkside Dr., West Branch, just off the Interstate 80 exit. The child is said to be in excellent health. Wisconsin authorities said the child, Kayden Powell, is in an ... Read More »

Cal Berkeley Football Player Ted Agu Dies

Cal Berkeley Football Player Ted Agu Dies

California junior defensive end Ted Agu, 21, died Friday morning after collapsing during a team conditioning work out according to the San Jose Mercury News. Agu, a former walk-on, was a back up defensive linemen who appeared in 12 games for the Bears last fall. Read More »

Florida Officer steals watch

Florida Officer steals watch

The investigation into a break-in at a Jared jewelry store took a twist Thursday morning when Pembroke Pines police announced the arrest of one of the officers who answered the burglary call. According to police, Officer Kevin Burgs stole a $795 watch from the business at 11077 Pines Blvd. The incident was captured on surveillance video cameras inside the store, ... Read More »

Justin Bieber’s worst moments of 2013

Justin Bieber's worst moments of 2013

This year, Justin Bieber somehow became the guy from high school who gets drunk in the 7-11 parking lot. And frankly, we shouldn’t have been surprised – that much success and adoration throughout one’s teens is never a good thing. (We need a few years of being awkward and feeling disgusting to be damaged just enough.) It all culminated in ... Read More »

House sales growth at 10-year high in England

House sales growth at 10-year high in England

Property sales in the six months to September 2013 rose to their highest level since the start of the housing downturn in 2007, according to new research. At 396,756, sales of properties in England and Wales were 21% higher than in the same six months in 2012. It’s also the highest year-on-year rise in a decade for the six months ... Read More »

Worst states for taxes in 2014 (Video)

Worst states for taxes in 2014

For upper middle income earners, high net-worth individuals, retirees, and certainly the “one percent” – where you live can make a huge difference in how much of your money you get to keep at the end of the year and how much you need to fork over to your state. To help individuals and businesses make an informed choice, the ... Read More »

Best performing mutual funds of 2013

Best performing mutual funds of 2013

Use these recommended mutual and exchange-traded funds to construct a portfolio that’s built to last. When Money magazine introduced the MONEY 70 list in 2007, the investing landscape sure was different. Exchange-traded funds were just coming onto the scene, and the merits of the strategy guiding them and index mutual funds were still the subject of great debate. Read More »

Homemade Valentine’s Day gifts

Homemade Valentine's Day gifts

Valentine’s Day is a great time to show your loved one how you feel, but what do you do if you’re broke? Don’t worry, Kidzworld’s got you covered with the Top 10 Homemade Valentine’s Day Gifts! 10. Mix CD Gather all your favorite love songs together on one mix and show your loved one how much you care by making ... Read More »

Drug reverses autism brain activity in mice, new study shows

Drug reverses autism brain activity in mice, new study shows

A COMMONLY used blood pressure drug may hold the key to ‘curing’ autism, a French study has found. In a paper published today in the journal Science, researchers in Marseille suggest that a generic diuretic long used to treat fluid retention among sufferers of high blood pressure may help treat the complex neuro-developmental disorder. Read More »

Many US Adults Not Getting Key Vaccines: CDC says

Many US Adults Not Getting Key Vaccines

Millions of American adults are failing to get vaccinated against whooping cough, tetanus, shingles and other diseases, the CDC said Thursday. New immunization rates released this week fall far short of national goals for recommended vaccines, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. Just 14 percent of adults 19 and older are vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria ... Read More »