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Study: Millennials More Likely To Get Scammed Than Grandparents

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The stereotype of a scam victim often focuses on the innocent granny, but a new study shows that Millennials are more likely to fall victim to scams than their parents and grandparents. 242 more words


Personnelle brand sunscreen recalled

MONTREAL – Health Canada is advising Canadians against using Personnelle brand sunscreen lotion due to a microbial contamination. The affected products were sold in Jean Coutu retail locations. 145 more words


Missouri's Newest State Park Opens

SHANNON COUNTY, Mo. (KMOX) – Governor Jay Nixon and other dignitaries gathered Saturday for the opening of the 476-acre Echo Bluff State Park on property formerly known as Camp Zoe. 141 more words


Fare gates shutting out people living with disabilities: passenger

It’s been one week since TransLink closed down all compass card fare gates but some people living with disabilities say the new system is not working for them. 190 more words


Father Says Pre-Paid Debit Card Company Targeted Son

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A North Texas father is furious after he says a pre-paid debit card company targeted his teenage son.

“I didn’t even know it was legal for credit card companies to solicit minors like that,” said Paul Albrecht about the time his 17-year-old son received the card in the mail. 992 more words


It's back to stores for back to school

via It’s back to stores for back to school, clarionledger.com

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For the past several weeks, retailers have been gearing up for the onslaught of parents trying to make sure their kids are well-equipped for the school year. 670 more words


19-year-old man facing charges after assaulting RCMP officers during vehicle stop in Blackfalds

RCMP were responding to a tip about a stolen truck Thursday afternoon when they tracked the vehicle down to an alley in Blackfalds.

The black Dodge Ram crashed into three RCMP vehicles trying to flee the scene. 69 more words