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  • In Gloomy Upfront Market, TV Nets Seek Ray Of Light

    You might think Madison Avenue's intense ardor for TV was in danger of cooling. Advertisers appear to have committed as much as 5% to 10% less to broadcast-television primetime in this year's "upfront" market, according to Variety estimates - dips in ad...
  • Some Apple users reporting iOS 7.1 draining battery quickly

    Some Apple users reporting iOS 7.1 draining battery quickly
    Apple users have taken to Twitter and the company's website's forums to report weaker battery life after installing an update for their iPhones and iPads that was released this week. The Cupertino tech giant released iOS 7.1 on Monday, the first major...
  • Business owners seek SunRail customers, advertising options

    Business owners seek SunRail customers, advertising options
    Powerhouse Café in Winter Park is only two blocks from the new SunRail station, but the commuter train's debut early Thursday did not give it a bump in business. Nearby, a few customers trickled into Barnie's Coffee Kitchen, which is visible from the...
  • Chicago looking at unlocked cell phone crackdown

    Chicago looking at unlocked cell phone crackdown
    Plagued by cell phone thefts, especially on the CTA, Chicago aldermen endorsed a measure Monday that would require those who make money off unlocking the devices to keep records on their customers. The idea is similar to a city law requiring pawn...
  • Trivia night ends with the right answer: Irene

    I had been back from Seattle for two months. I had moved to the Northwest from my native San Fernando Valley to escape the pain of my first true heartbreak. The beauty and splendor of the Emerald City had done just enough to help me start over again in...
  • Dolton man charged with transporting underage girls to Illinois for prostitution

    Dolton man charged with transporting underage girls to Illinois for prostitution
    His Facebook profile is posted under the alias “Rico Finally Paid” and depicts Tyrelle Lockett posing in full pimp regalia, flashing handguns and waving wads of cash. Federal authorities say the profile was no act. Lockett, 21, of south...
  • Patton Oswalt, Taylor Schilling, George Takei, De La Soul Celebrate Webby Awards

    "Yeah, don't be in the moment," said Patton Oswalt as he was greeted by a wave of cellphone cameras upon taking the stage at the 18th Annual Webby Awards Monday night. "It's not like any of this will end up on the internet." After the chided audience...
  • Peninsula leaders support Obama's climate action plan

    Peninsula leaders are joining in a letter sent Tuesday to President Barack Obama vowing enthusiastic support for his climate action plan, including controversial first-ever curbs on existing power plant emissions expected next week. Hampton Council...
  • Malibu to crack down on short-term rentals via Airbnb, other websites

     Malibu to crack down on short-term rentals via Airbnb, other websites
    Tiled steps lead up a sloped lawn to a three-bedroom Midcentury Modern house near the end of a cul-de-sac in Malibu's upper Broad Beach area. Although modest by Malibu standards, the dwelling on Cottontail Lane has for the last two years provided a...
  • Schuh has more cash than Neuman in Arundel executive race

    Schuh has more cash than Neuman in Arundel executive race
    With less than one month to go until the primary election, Anne Arundel County executive Republican candidate Steve Schuh has more than twice as much cash on hand than his rival, incumbent Laura Neuman. In campaign finance reports filed on Tuesday,...
  • SIU student fee sought to guarantee future of SIU Daily Egyptian newspaper

    SIU student fee sought to guarantee future of SIU Daily Egyptian newspaper
    The future of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s student newspaper, The Daily Egyptian, remained uncertain Thursday after a committee failed to advance a student fee the 98-year-old publication’s adviser says is necessary for long-...