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  • Millennial survey: Is 27 the new 18?

    Millennial survey: Is 27 the new 18?
    With a growing number of college graduates returning home, the so-called boomerang kids are giving themselves until 27 to leave the nest – again. Their parents and the rest of America, however, might not feel the same, according to a survey of 2,...
  • Anchorage Lawmakers Prepare for Move During $44 Million Renovation

    Anchorage Lawmakers Prepare for Move During $44 Million Renovation
    The legislative information office in downtown Anchorage will be getting a $44 million facelift. The Alaska Legislature rents its current space on Fourth Avenue for about $57,000 per month. Once construction is complete in December 2014, the square...
  • Last Prize Standing

    Last Prize Standing
    K-105, West Side Tractor, Roof Recovery of Lafayette, Star City Coffee & Ale House and The Outpost Catering present Last Prize Standing. It's your chance to win a prize valued at $1500.00. Here's how to win: On-air: Starting September 16 - November 8,...
  • Employers have negative view of Gen Y workers, study finds

    Employers have negative view of Gen Y workers, study finds
    Employers have a decidedly negative view of the so-called millennial generation, seeing those in the Gen Y demographic as having poor work habits and inflated pay demands. That’s the upshot from a new study examining the professional outlook for...
  • Police called to house George Zimmerman rented

    Police called to house George Zimmerman rented
    The same day Shellie Zimmerman went on national TV to say her husband snubbed her after he was acquitted of murdering 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, Lake Mary police returned to the house the couple once shared to investigate a reported theft. Officer...
  • FLIFF 2013 opens with a bang: Anna Paquin as Fort Lauderdale drug smuggler

    FLIFF 2013 opens with a bang: Anna Paquin as Fort Lauderdale drug smuggler
    The opening moment of “Free Ride,” Friday night’s gripping curtain-raiser for the 28th annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, is quick to introduce the carefully calibrated tension to follow for the next 83 minutes. “...
  • Aaron Hernandez Pleads Not Guilty To Murder, Gun Charges

    Aaron Hernandez Pleads Not Guilty To Murder, Gun Charges
    — Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez of Bristol pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that he orchestrated the June 17 execution of his friend Odin Lloyd. Hernandez was arraigned Friday in a packed Fall River courtroom. His...
  • Fees for 401(k) retirement plans are higher at small companies

    Fees for 401(k) retirement plans are higher at small companies
    Employees at small companies pay much higher fees in their 401(k) retirement plans than people at large firms, according to a new study. Over a 35-year career, the average worker at a small company will pay $113,206 more in fees than a counterpart at...
  • Here's why your 401(k) retirement plan is a failure

    Here's why your 401(k) retirement plan is a failure
    The 401(k) system has led to deep financial woes for a generation of American workers, leaving most people with inadequate retirement savings and dreary prospects for their latter years, according to a new research report. The widespread adoption of...
  • Zillow cheekily lists White House for $319 million

    Zillow cheekily lists White House for $319 million
    It's a listing most real estate agents would salivate over: the White House. Zillow, the largest real estate information website, cheekily listed the historical and opulent home of the nation's chief executive this week. The going price is $319...
  • Home prices surge in June but pace may be easing

    Home prices in large U.S. cities rose sharply in June, marking the fourth consecutive double-digit gain for the nation’s leading home price index. The Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller index for the nation's biggest 20 cities was up 2.2% from...