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Fireworks go on sale, still illegal within Austin city limits

AUSTIN (KXAN)– Fireworks go on sale today just in time for the Fourth of July holiday. But the Austin Fire Department wants to remind everyone that fireworks are illegal within the Austin city limits and within 5,000 feet outside the city limits. 132 more words

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Google Will No Longer Read Your Emails To Tailor Ads

PHILADELPHIA (CNN)–A major change is coming to Gmail. Google will no longer scan the contents of your emails to serve up personalized ads.

Privacy advocates have long criticized Google’s practice of using email data to tailor advertising, but now the company is putting an end to the method. 224 more words

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Man Has Warning For Consumers After Storage Unit Is Burglarized

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Placing your valuables in a storage unit, you would expect them to be safe.

But as CBS2’s Scott Rapoport reported Friday, a Brooklyn man who lost thousands of dollars in property has a warning for customers. 321 more words

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Making moving day environmentally friendly one box at a time

Moving day in is just days away for Martin Hamery and his partner and they know with moving day comes the after-moving day mess.

Hamery and his partner are moving just a few blocks from their studio apartment in Montreal. 286 more words

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Ivanka Trump ordered to testify in dispute between her brand and shoe company

Ivanka Trump must testify in a dispute with an Italian shoemaker over one of her company’s shoe designs, a judge said Friday.

U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest rejected a request by the senior… 573 more words

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Sears closures makes impact in Moose Jaw

It’s the end of an era, as Sears announced Thursday that they are closing 59 department stores across the country, laying off approximately 2,900 workers. … 356 more words

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Why Walmart might make a push for Whole Foods

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Could Walmart scoop in and snatch Whole Foods out of Amazon’s claws? It could happen, according to JPMorgan.

Business Insider reports as Whole Foods’ … 129 more words

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