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  • Weather: Central Florida will be wet all afternoon

    Weather: Central Florida will be wet all afternoon
    Central Florida will continue to get wet this afternoon. Forecasters say there's a 100 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service in Melbourne.  Those storms could produce heavy rains and wind gusts up to 20...
  • Aetna raises 2015 outlook after 1Q earnings tops forecasts

    Aetna has hiked its 2015 forecast beyond analyst expectations after booking a 17-percent jump in first-quarter earnings, as enrollment gains and moderate medical cost growth helped the nation's third-largest health insurer. Shares of the Hartford,...
  • Santa Ana winds subside in Southern California but not fire danger

    Santa Ana winds subside in Southern California but not fire danger
    An elevated fire danger could remain in Southern California for at least two more days, weather forecasters say, after Santa Ana winds dried vegetation and fanned flames close to homes in Granada Hills. The Santa Ana winds, which triggered alarming...
  • Sunny day Tuesday; rain likely later in the week

    Sunny day Tuesday; rain likely later in the week
    Enjoy some sunshine on Tuesday, because the rest of the workweek has rain in the forecast. Look for a high near 66, and a clear night with a low about 50. Wednesday brings increasing clouds and a high near 66, with the potential for rain overnight, as...
  • Massachusetts home sales remain essentially flat in March

    Sales of single-family homes in Massachusetts remained essentially flat last month when compared to the year-ago March, despite a winter of record-setting snowfall that had the potential to disrupt the process, two organizations that track the market...
  • Cleanup underway from Monday's severe weather

    Power company workers continue to restore electricity to homes and businesses across southeast Louisiana that lost power during Monday's severe weather. Entergy says 5,000 customers in New Orleans and 9,000 customers in Jefferson Parish remain without...
  • Chill persists for Chicago, but warmup is on the way

    Though sunshine was abundant, Monday's high of 55 degrees was 9 degrees below normal, and continued a cool spell that has brought the city eight consecutive days of sub-normal readings. Wind flow through midweek is expected to retain a northeast...
  • Ask Tom: Any truth that large rivers cause storms to stall, change paths?

    Dear Tom, My uncle, who lives near Murphysboro, Ill., commented that thunderstorms from Iowa often break apart as they cross the Mississippi River and Moline area, and rarely reach Chicago. Any truth that large rivers cause storms to stall, change...
  • Apple earnings top expectations thanks to China, iPhone

    CUPERTINO, Calif. Apple's latest quarterly results topped Wall Street expectations, thanks to surging sales in China and of its iPhones. The Cupertino company reported Monday that it earned $13.6 billion, or $2.33 a share in its fiscal period that...
  • Gasoline prices will continue to rise

    Gasoline prices will continue to rise
    Gasoline prices in South Florida have risen at least 10 cents in the past month, and they'll probably go higher. On Monday, the price of regular gas in Broward County averaged $2.64 per gallon, up 6 cents from a week earlier and 10 cents from a month...
  • Haze comes all the way from Mexico

    Haze comes all the way from Mexico
    Maybe you've noticed that it's not only hot outside, it's also hazy. The hazy skies are the result of crop burning on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula more than 500 miles away, spreading smoke across the entire Gulf of Mexico. The haze might linger into...