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  • Dropping coverage of popular prescription drugs is sad and shameful

    Express Scripts, which handles prescription-drug benefits for millions or people nationwide, is dropping coverage for 66 brand-name drugs next month in an effort to keep costs down. Rival CVS Health is dropping 95 drugs from its own list of covered drugs....
  • Shopping deals: Free iTunes gift card, $10 off at Macy's

    Shopping deals: Free iTunes gift card, $10 off at Macy's
    It's Freebie Friday! If you're holiday shopping, I've got a sleigh full of oupons and ways to save on holiday preparation.  Save $10 on a MasterCard gift card with grocery purchase at Publix, get a free $10 iTunes, Macy's or CVS gift card with...
  • Wilson man arrested for allegedly stealing Easton woman's service dog

    Wilson man arrested for allegedly stealing Easton woman's service dog
    An Easton woman was reunited Saturday with her service dog “Mister” less than a day after he was stolen from outside a Wilson drug store. Wilson police arrested Raul Marin Jr., 24, of Wilson in the dog’s theft. Helene Harris, 52,...
  • Ronnie Lewis, ex-mayor and first black official in Dolton, dies

    Ronnie Lewis was a long-time educator in Chicago Public Schools who later in life moved to south suburban Dolton and became the first African-American local government official, rising ultimately to the office of mayor. Lewis, who died Wednesday, Dec. 3,...
  • No worker pay for Amazon security screenings, Supreme Court rules

    No worker pay for Amazon security screenings, Supreme Court rules
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday handed a victory to employers over worker compensation, ruling that companies do not have to pay employees for the time they spend undergoing security checks at the end of their shifts in a case involving an Amazon.com...
  • Teens smoked pot, drank 'codeine-soda' in fatal Pine Hills home invasion, records allege

    Teens smoked pot, drank 'codeine-soda' in fatal Pine Hills home invasion, records allege
    Luner Axcius Jr. told investigators he didn't want to break into Esteban Calderon's home after he saw the frail man through a window watching TV in his living room. But his childhood friend, Victor Wriden, had his mind set on stealing the new 42-inch LG...
  • Police help out scam victim

    When a Glendale grandfather and U.S. Army veteran reported being scammed by a police impersonator, Glendale Police Officer Selene Corrales felt compelled to help. The man, identified by police as Billy, had gotten a call recently saying that there was...
  • Md. pharmacies to stock heroin antidote

    Md. pharmacies to stock heroin antidote
    As Gov.-elect Larry Hogan pledged to declare a "state of emergency" to combat the spike in heroin-related deaths, state officials said Tuesday that about 140 pharmacies in 22 counties have agreed to stock a powerful overdose antidote. The agreement with...
  • New videotape surfaces showing missing West Chester U student

    New videotape surfaces showing missing West Chester U student
    A newly surfaced surveillance video shows missing college student Shane Montgomery leaving the area of a Manayunk pub, walking toward a bridge over the Manayunk Canal -- and vanishing, according to law enforcement sources. A spokeswoman for the FBI task...
  • Wellness Fair provides answers for Windsor Locks residents

    An annual event for more than 10 years, the Windsor Locks Wellness Fair provides an opportunity for residents to get their flu shots and to browse through the vendor tables to collect information on maintaining good health, general wellness concerns and...
  • Businesses remain on Apple Pay sidelines

    Businesses remain on Apple Pay sidelines
    For years, the big question facing mobile payment systems was whether enough shoppers would use them. Turns out, they will. IPhone 6 users rushed to register more than 1 million credit cards on Apple Pay in the first 72 hours last week, making it the...