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SpaceX Conducts Second Successful Launch Of A Recycled Rocket

HAWTHORNE (CBSLA.com) – Hawthorne-based aerospace firm SpaceX successfully launched a commercial communications satellite into orbit Friday, and it marked the second time the company has re-used the first stage of a Falcon 9 rocket… 389 more words

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Hanging Lake Emergency Calls Stretching Resources Thin

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Hanging Lake might be a victim of its own popularity.

In going to the trail right off Interstate 70, you’re not supposed to go off the trail or get into the lake, but many people ignore the signs, and it’s putting a strain on first responders. 151 more words

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Gas Prices Take A Dip During The Normally Expensive Summer Season

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Summer is travel season, and this year it’s going to cost less to take that trip.

Hitting the road won’t mean emptying your wallet, at least not at the pump. 232 more words

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Sears Stores At 2 Maryland Malls To Close This Summer

BALTIMORE (WJZ/AP) — The Sears store and auto center at the Hunt Valley Towne Centre in Cockeysville and the store at Valley Mall in Hagerstown are both closing later this year, the company confirms. 301 more words

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81-Year-Old Wrong-Way Driver Arrested In Denton

DENTON (CBSDFW.COM) – An 81-year-old woman was arrested in Denton after a wild, albeit slow wrong-way pursuit on Thursday.

Denton Police charged Nancy Strader with evading arrest or detention with a motor vehicle. 206 more words

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Emanuel Calls Rauner A "Rookie Governor" With His Plan To Veto A 911 Surcharge

CHICAGO (CBS) — Mayor Emanuel is criticizing Governor Rauner’s plan to veto a 911 phone surcharge approved by state lawmakers.

Governor Rauner thinks the 911 surcharge increase would be too high. 248 more words

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Delaware County DA Reveals New Tool To Fight Opioid Crisis

DELAWARE COUNTY, PA (CBS) — Delaware County has a new tool to fight the opioid crisis: a mobile drug collection unit.

Delaware County DA Jack Whelan says they believe the mobile drug take-back unit is the first of its kind in Pennsylvania. 117 more words

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