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  • McDonald's April U.S. sales miss estimates

    (Reuters) - Neither premium chicken sandwiches nor Angus burgers could tempt U.S. consumers to spend more on higher-priced items at McDonald's, as a tepid U.S. economic recovery kept restaurant spending in check. The world's biggest hamburger chain on...
  • Grace Ivadelle Carter Patten

    A year ago on April 2, 2010, Grace Ivadelle Carter Patten of Burbank, passed away at the age of 96. She was born in St. Louis, Missouri on January 7, 1914. She was the daughter of Fern Hazel Carter and George Vest Carter. The family which included Grace&...
  • Vertex Hepatitis-C Drug OK'd, Promising More Cures

    Vertex Hepatitis-C Drug OK'd, Promising More Cures
    Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc's highly anticipated hepatitis C drug won U.S. approval, promising far higher cure rates for the liver-destroying disease and setting up a head-to-head marketing battle with a rival new medicine from Merck & Co. Incivek, a pill...
  • Bradley Airport Expected To Be Closed Until Afternoon

    Bradley Airport Expected To Be Closed Until Afternoon
    Bradley International Airport has a planned closure going on today, Bradley spokesman John Wallace said. Wallace said that on any given day 40-45 aircraft are on the runaway and today, there are less than 10. Also, there were only half a dozen people...
  • Starbucks Raises Prices Throughout Northeast

    Starbucks Raises Prices Throughout Northeast
    (Reuters) - Starbucks Corp raised prices by an average of about 1 percent in the Northeast and Sunbelt regions on Tuesday, a move affecting cities such as New York, Boston, Washington, Atlanta, Dallas and Albuquerque. Shares of Starbucks, which boosted...
  • October Storm Hits Connecticut

    Nov 8 Some 18,000 Connecticut Light and Power customers were still without power midday Tuesday, most in the Simsbury area. About one-third of Simsbury was without electricity, as was a quarter of Avon and Farmington, and many in Granby, Canton,...
  • Judge rejects health care insurance mandate

    Judge rejects health care insurance mandate
    (Reuters) - A federal judge in Pennsylvania said the insurance-buying mandate in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul is unconstitutional, the latest ruling over an issue likely to be taken up by the Supreme Court. U.S. District Judge...
  • UConn Has The Will, Stays Alive By Beating Louisville

    UConn Has The Will, Stays Alive By Beating Louisville
    There was just no describing the look on Chad Christen's face after he missed four field goals in a three-point overtime loss at home to Temple last month. "Eh, I forgot all about that game," an elated Christen said Saturday. "That game didn't happen....
  • FDA warns Hershey over chocolate syrup labeling

    FDA warns Hershey over chocolate syrup labeling
    (Reuters) - Hershey Co made nutritional claims for its chocolate syrups that do not meet regulatory guidelines, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said. In a warning letter to the company dated February 14, made public on Tuesday, the FDA said the...
  • Third meeting, same result for Vaquero Dodgers

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The third meeting was closer, but ended with the same result, a Vaquero Dodger victory. For the third time this season, the Dodgers, representing the Vaquero Little League, defeated the Jewel City/Jewish War Veterans Elks,...
  • FDA approves first at-home HIV test from OraSure

    FDA approves first at-home HIV test from OraSure
    (Reuters) - U.S. health regulators on Tuesday said they approved OraSure Technologies Inc's in-home test for HIV, making it the first over-the-counter, self-administered test for the virus that causes AIDS. The Food and Drug Administration gave its green...