The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a recall after one fatality has been reported because of a tipping hazard. South Shore Furniture  is recalling over 300,000 Libra style three-drawer chests, which are unstable if they are not anchored to the wall, posing serious tip-over and entrapment hazards that can result in death or injuries to children, according to the CPSC. The furniture company has received two reports of tip-over incidents involving the recalled chest of drawers. One reported incident resulted in a fatality... [Read More]
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The developer of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee's headquarters in Colorado Springs will go to trial, District Judge Larry Schwartz ruled on Sept. 6,... [Read More]
After a shipment of hemp arrived in Boise months ago through the mail, prosecutors in Ada County declined to press charges against the Oregon business that sent it.It's another example of the complications created by hemp being legal at the federal level and in every state surrounding Idaho, while it's illegal within the state boundaries.Boise police responded to a shipping facility May 29 after receiving a call about 17 boxes containing 69... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's tariffs war with China, which economists predict will cost American households up to $1,000 a year, have a silver lining for Care... [Read More]
Apple on Tuesday unveiled new cheaper watches and iPhones and refreshed the entry-level iPad. But it also announced the pricing and release dates for new subscription services, including its long-awaited Netflix rival Apple TV+ — new ways for Apple to keep squeezing more money from consumers.If there was one takeaway from Apple's big iPhone event Tuesday, it's that Apple really wants you to own its products, no matter what you've got in your bank account.The... [Read More]
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Due to poor air quality, the federal Environmental Protection Agency has proposed reclassifying the Denver Metro/North Front Range area from a "moderate" non-attainment area to... [Read More]
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As of Sept. 4, Colorado had two confirmed cases of a mysterious lung illness linked to vaping, according to the state Department of Public Health... [Read More]
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The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region is hosting a Catoberfest cat sale. From Sept. 3-13, adult cats 6 months and older are free,... [Read More]
Apple on Tuesday unveiled new cheaper watches and iPhones and refreshed the entry-level iPad. But it also announced the pricing and release dates for new subscription services, including its long-awaited Netflix rival Apple TV+ — new ways for Apple to keep squeezing more money from consumers.If there was one takeaway from Apple's big iPhone event Tuesday, it's that Apple really wants you to own its products, no matter what you've got in your bank account.The... [Read More]
Jason was hallucinating. He was withdrawing from drugs at an addiction treatment center near Indianapolis, and he had hardly slept for several days."He was reaching for things, and he was talking to Bill Gates, and he was talking to somebody else I'm just certain he hasn't met," his mother, Cheryl, said. She remembers finding Jason lying on the floor of the treatment center in late 2016. "I would just bring him blankets because they didn't... [Read More]
An Indianapolis woman says her hard earned money just vanished. Dana Franklin tells FOX59 her paycheck from August 30th was deposited, then it was taken back. FOX59's Beairshelle Edmé dug deeper into this and found out why thousands of people are out of a paycheck too. In two days, Franklin says she lost her paycheck twice when it was ordered to be reversed. "It's been very challenging," she said. "You just hope that it gets resolved as... [Read More]
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President Trump took a victory lap Tuesday night after a pair of Republican victories in North Carolina, including a highly competitive 9th Congressional District race that saw Dan Bishop edge out a critical win in what was seen as a bellwether for the GOP. ... [Read More]
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Billions of dollars and world-class innovations are made in Rochester. "It's a hot city right now," said Lisa Clarke, executive director of Destination Medical Center. "People want to live here, people want to work here, people want to play here." [Read More]
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Along with schools, hospitals, and other government services, Cerro Gordo County hosted its yearly full-scale emergency exercise on Tuesday. [Read More]
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The next 48 hours hold a series of thunderstorms inducing heavy rainfall at times.  Periodic thunderstorms will be possible along a stalled out frontal boundary through Thursday morning.  A final push of rain as the system departs on Thursday afternoon is possible.  Widespread amounts of 2-3" are likely.  But it's possible isolated spots push north of 5" in the two day stretch. Flash flooding would be a concern reaching that top end threshold.  It's a threat we'll be monitoring closely in the stretch. [Read More]
Colleges in our area have all sorts of different ways to welcome students back to campus. At Lock Haven University, students, administrators, and professors came together with their four-legged friends for some campus bonding. It's hard to imagine a better way to be welcomed back to campus than with a parade of puppies. The university has scheduled dog walks to break the ice between canines and humans. "It attracts people because they're like, 'Oh, that's such... [Read More]
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On the eve of the 18th anniversary of the terror attacks on September 11, 2001, the country is preparing to remember those who lost their lives on that tragic day. Bloomsburg University is just one of those in our area planning a memorial service. More than 2,000 American flags stand proudly on display on the quad of Bloomsburg University's campus. They stand in the face of the terror attacks that took place 18 years ago. The Bloomsburg chapter... [Read More]
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A Hemet man wearing a T-shirt declaring "I go hard" was arrested following a brief pursuit early Tuesday morning, officials said. Steven Alvarez, 32, was first wanted for disturbing residents on the 2800 block of Cindy Lane around 4:40 a.m., Hemet police said in a news release. Various callers told authorities that a man was spending the early morning hours racing up and down the street in a blue Honda Civic. Officers who responded say they found Alvarez driving recklessly,... [Read More]