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  • Man Attempts to Rob the Whitney Bank in Mandeville

    Man Attempts to Rob the Whitney Bank in Mandeville
    On Tuesday, August 31st 2010 at or about 2:50 p.m. a man carrying an attaché case entered the Whitney National Bank on Highway 59 north of Mandeville. Upon entry, he approached a teller and presented a note demanding cash. During the robbery attempt,...
  • Catalina deals: How to shop them to get free or really cheap food

    Catalina deals: How to shop them to get free or really cheap food
    For those who have watched me post about this week's ConAgra Catalina deal at Jewel-Osco and been confused, help is here! Here is a full explainer on what Catalina deals are, how to use them to save lots of money on groceries, and some answers to the most...
  • Burn Hazard: Overheating Laptop Computers

    Burn Hazard: Overheating Laptop Computers
    About 41,000 laptop computers are being recalled because they can overheat and burn people. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the Toshiba Satellite T135, Satellite T135D and Satellite ProT130 Notebook Computers can overheat at the notebook's...
  • Texas Rangers: Rangers To Put Tickets On Sale For Playoff Games

    Texas Rangers:  Rangers To Put Tickets On Sale For Playoff Games
    With the Rangers magic number to clinch the American League West down to 16, the ballclub has decided to announce information regarding playoff tickets. Individual game tickets for possible 2010 American League Division Series games at Rangers Ballpark...
  • Investigation Into The Shooting Death Of A Dog

    Investigation Into The Shooting Death Of A Dog
    A male Labrador dog has died after being shot Sept. 2 by an unknown person as he played with another dog on a Chalmette lawn and sheriff's officials are still seeking information on possible leads on a suspect in the felony crime, said Chief Deputy...
  • NY Democrats Choosing Among 5 For Attorney General

    NY Democrats Choosing Among 5 For Attorney General
    The five Democratic candidates who square off in Tuesday's primary for attorney general all promise to take a hard line on public corruption, help prevent another Wall Street meltdown and protect the rights and welfare of average New Yorkers. The office,...
  • State sues bounce house manufacturer

    A Burbank manufacturer of inflatable bounce houses is being sued by the state for allowing too much lead in its products. Last month the California Attorney General's Office went after 11 manufacturers of the popular inflatable structures, saying the...
  • Mocker: MTA $217,000 Efficiency Expert Makes Even More

    Mocker: MTA $217,000 Efficiency Expert Makes Even More
    The position created to save money at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and make it more efficient is costing more than initially indicated. PIX 11 News reporter Greg Mocker made a Freedom of Information Law Request for the employment contract of...
  • Chicago needs a very tall tree for Daley Plaza

    Chicago needs a very tall tree for Daley Plaza
    The City of Chicago looks to reach new heights with a VERY TALL tree to grace Daley Plaza this holiday season and serve as the City's official Christmas tree. Beginning today through October 11, the Mayor's Office of Special Events will be taking tree...
  • Home insurers revoking discounts for hurricane-proofing

    Home insurers revoking discounts for hurricane-proofing
    Many Florida homeowners shelled out hundreds or thousands of dollars to fortify their homes against hurricanes in recent years to qualify for insurance discounts. Some got them — for a while. This year, some homeowners are feeling the impact of...
  • Judge Rules No Rights Violation In Katrina Bridge Blockade

    Judge Rules No Rights Violation In Katrina Bridge Blockade
    A judge has ruled in favor of the police in the last of four federal lawsuits alleging law enforcement officials in Jefferson Parish violated some people's constitutional rights by blocking them from crossing a bridge in the aftermath of Hurricane...