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  • Tyson chickens' new health plan won't include certain antibiotics

    Tyson chickens' new health plan won't include certain antibiotics
    Tyson Foods says that by 2017 it no longer will use human antibiotics in chicken production. In related news, as of 2017, Mom's chicken soup will cure only some of what ails you. Warren Buffett, 84, is expected to be less visible than in past years at...
  • Twitter stock tumbles after revenue, outlook miss

    Twitter's stock dropped sharply as the company's revenue and outlook fell short of expectations at a time investors are looking for stronger advertising growth to make up for less-than-stellar user numbers. Twitter's adjusted earnings for the first...
  • Candidates offer Merrillville improvement ideas

    Candidates offer Merrillville improvement ideas
    Three people are vying for the Democratic 7th Ward seat nomination, currently held by Councilman Ron Widing, in the May 5 Democratic primary. Widing, an employee of the town's public works department, can't run for re-election under new state rules....
  • Texas governor tells State Guard to monitor Army training

    Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday asked the State Guard to monitor a U.S. military training exercise dubbed "Jade Helm 15" amid Internet-fueled suspicions that the war simulation is really a hostile military takeover. The request comes a day...
  • Seeking answers to getting recalled cars fixed quickly

    Robo calls, social media ads, personal letters from the CEO and even a smartphone app are among ways auto companies are trying to convince more customers to get repairs done on cars recalled for serious safety defects. The unusual steps were discussed at...
  • App review: YouNow makes live broadcasting effortless, unpredictable for teens

    App review: YouNow makes live broadcasting effortless, unpredictable for teens
    Parents need to know that YouNow is a live video-streaming and chat app. Both the user agreement and app stores specify that users must be 13 and older. Teens register using an existing social media account (Facebook, Twitter, or Google+), though they can...
  • YouTube announces it will release films with AwesomenessTV

    YouTube announces it will release films with AwesomenessTV
    YouTube announced on Tuesday that it is collaborating with the DreamWorks Animation-owned YouTube network AwesomenessTV to release several feature-length films over the next two years. The Google-owned video platform said the films, which will feature...
  • How extreme kayak fishing spurs business in South Florida, Bahamas and China

    How extreme kayak fishing spurs business in South Florida, Bahamas and China
    Here's a crazy tale of how a South Florida entrepreneur ended up sponsoring two Chinese officials in the Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournament in the Bahamas this weekend. And it all starts with an art student catching a big mahi-mahi in a small kayak off...
  • Baltimore descends into chaos, violence, looting

    Baltimore descends into chaos, violence, looting
    After two weeks of tension over the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore descended into chaos on Monday. Roaming gangs of mostly young men clashed with police in the streets, seriously injuring officers, tore open businesses and looted their stocks. Gov....
  • Beth Schmidt lost a child to heroin. She wants you to keep yours

    Beth Schmidt lost a child to heroin. She wants you to keep yours
    Beth Schmidt lost her son, Sean, to a drug overdose in late 2013. He was one of the first victims of fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid drug that is many times more potent than the heroin. Sean thought he was injecting heroin, which is why his decision...
  • Daily Press owner launches Apple Watch apps

    Daily Press owner launches Apple Watch apps
    Tribune Publishing, the company that owns the Daily Press and other major newspapers across the country, announced Friday the launch of new apps for Apple Watch designed to deliver breaking news and local content. "The Apple Watch apps represent the...