UncategorizedJanuary 28, 2015

Chihuahua Brought Back to Life

Julietta, a three-year-old chihuahua from Chula Vista, California, died on January 6. Minutes later, her vets brought her

UncategorizedJanuary 28, 2015

Coffee Consumption Cuts Risk of Skin Cancer, Study From National Cancer Institute Suggests

A new study conducted by the National Cancer Institute suggests that coffee can give drinkers more than just

UncategorizedJanuary 28, 2015

Tis the Season…for Divorce? Why Lawyers are So Busy in January

If December is the season for families to come together, January seems to be the season of families

BlogJanuary 28, 2015

Railway Company Norfolk Southern Relocating 500 White-Collar Jobs out of Roanoke Valley Area

Transportation company Norfolk Southern Corp. announced on Tuesday, Jan. 27, that it would close its office in Roanoke,

BlogJanuary 28, 2015

New York City Sees Return to Normalcy After Winter Snowstorm

On Monday night, all of New York City lay dormant in anticipation of a “crippling,” “historic” snowstorm. Gov.

homepageJanuary 28, 2015

Historic Winter Storm Hits Most Populous Areas of the Northeast

This week, the most populous areas of the Northeast U.S. were hit with a historic blizzard that was

UncategorizedJanuary 27, 2015

Woman Sues the House of Representatives Over Dog Bite Two Years Later

A West Virginia woman is suing the House of Representatives to the tune of $200,000. Two years ago,

UncategorizedJanuary 27, 2015

Heating and Cooling Scams: A Greater Risk Than You May Think

Throughout the winter months, the last thing you want is a furnace that isn’t working. But during this

homepageJanuary 26, 2015

Researchers Discover That Shark Teeth Are Nature’s Equivalent To Man-Made Power Saws

Sharks have always been known for their copious amounts of sharp, durable teeth — you probably learned about

homepageJanuary 26, 2015

7 States May Put Regulation of Worn-Out Used Tires on Legislative Agenda for 2015

It’s likely that seven states will consider legislation governing the sale of used tires in the coming year,

homepageJanuary 23, 2015

Rancho Bernardo Urgent Care Center Closes, Reopens Due to Suspected Measles Case

As if the severity of the 2014-2015 cold and flu season wasn’t enough cause for concern, a recent

UncategorizedJanuary 22, 2015

The Surprising Effect of Lowering Oil Prices

As the United States produces oil from new sources via fracking and horizontal drilling, global oil prices are

homepageJanuary 22, 2015

Human Engagement and Modified Social Media Marketing Will Be Most Successful Digital Trends of 2015, Experts Say

As a new year of marketing gets underway, digital marketers are keeping their eyes on the trends that

UncategorizedJanuary 21, 2015

From Bathtub to Backyard: L.A. Alligator Makes a Splash

Pets are an integral part of American society. Some people keep dogs, others keep cats, some even keep

UncategorizedJanuary 21, 2015

Rand Paul’s Rant on Disability Gets Him in Hot Water

It’s about that time that rumors begin to circulate about the next potential presidential candidates, and Senator Rand

UncategorizedJanuary 21, 2015

Recent Poll Reveals That Too Many People Choose Urgent Care When They Need the ER

The popularity of urgent care centers as the Goldilocks model of health care boomed in 2014. Since it’s

homepageJanuary 21, 2015

Made in India: U.S. Companies Eager to Invest in India’s Electronics Sector

India is eager to join the boon of electronics manufacturing pioneered by its eastern neighbors. The Dollar Business

BlogJanuary 21, 2015

Arson Destroys Elementary Playground

Residents of Hollister, California are upset by the loss of a local playground earlier this month. The playground

homepageJanuary 21, 2015

Neeo’s Thinking Remote Annihilates its Crowdfunding Goal, Will Ship in Spring

If you’ve got too many electronic devices in your house and your remotes are piling up, it might

UncategorizedJanuary 20, 2015

Man Wearing “I’m With Stupid” Tee Shirt Arrested by 10 Cops For Wearing “I’m With Stupid” Tee Shirt

Tee shirts have been a weapon of protest for decades. In the 1960s, people sported the image of