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  • Spending: Should you sign up for Google Wallet or Softcard?

    Making payments using Google Wallet is pretty streamlined but slightly more involved than Apple Pay. And when it comes to competing with the simplicity of swiping a credit card, every bit of extra work counts. For each transaction, you have to enter...
  • Traveling light means sticking to essentials

    Traveling light means sticking to essentials
    Earlier this week, my well-traveled coworkers informed me that I should plan to take only a carry-on for a 10-day trip to Italy. "There aren't any elevators," they said. "Plus, what if your bag gets lost?" Readers, I'm not the worst over-packer, and I'...
  • Get flu shots at Costco for less than $15

    Get flu shots at Costco for less than $15
    Protect yourself for the upcoming flu season with a shot at Costco's pharmacy for less than $15. You don't have to be a member to fill prescriptions at the pharmacy or to get a vaccination. By law, pharmacies must be open to the public. Costco's...
  • Alec Martinez a stalwart as Kings' depth on defense is tested

    Alec Martinez a stalwart as Kings' depth on defense is tested
    The cover boy was trying his best to uncover as many copies as possible of a national sports magazine. Kings defenseman Alec Martinez wanted to get Sports Illustrated as a keepsake for family members and friends, something he could give out later when...
  • Elmhurst vote clears way for 192-unit apartment building

    Elmhurst vote clears way for 192-unit apartment building
    Elmhurst City Council members Monday approved conditional use and zoning variations for the six-story 192-apartment Hahn Street/North District Development to be built at the north end of the city's downtown, despite objections from one alderman that the...
  • FBI offering up to $15,000 for tips in Hampton Roads, Richmond area robberies

    The FBI is offering a reward of up to $15,000 for information that will lead them to a man believed to have robbed several pharmacies in Virginia in recent months, including three on the Peninsula. The most recent of those happened on Nov. 17 at a...
  • 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...