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Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day
That doesn’t mean that I don’t think others are good gift-buyers or ... Here’s how to get a handle on your own gratitude. Figure yourself out already I plot and plunder each year, planning the perfect ... read more
The Favor: Knives, a death, a famous name
By Scheerer's account, the trouble began when a group of four young men appeared on 55th Street in front of the arena and began taunting them. They looked like they were from out of town ... reduction ... read more
High School Girls Admitted to Making False Sexual Assault Accusations Against a Male Student Because They ‘Just Don’t Like Him’
All charges against T.F. were dropped ... On Monday, School Board President Jim Nickel said that "there is quite a bit of misinformation and misperception out there." "Just because something is contai... read more
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What services are you worried your state will cut?
Here’s my question to you: What services are you worried your state will cut? Interested to know which ones made it on air? Scott in Freeport, Illinois writes: Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, tea... read more
Fall is the time to prepare your home for winter
That's prompted manufacturers of home goods to introduce new lines of quick kitchen and bathroom fixes. Martha Stewart Living rolled out a new line of bathroom vanities with coordinating mirrors, coun... read more
Evidence Tossed, Charges Stayed in Damion Ryan Gun Case
He landed in custody until last month, when Vancouver Provincial Court Judge Brian Bastin threw out the guns, saying police had illegally searched the couple’s basement suite. The Crown then stayed al... read more
What about the victims of the heroin trade?
The nine would have been better than $4 million ... as we look out on the 3035 Americans on death row as at last October, without making so much as a peep of protest. No street vigils. No celebrity vi... read more
The People's Sheriff
Is a hard-line sheriff crossing the line when it comes to immigration enforcement? It appears that your computer does not have the Flash Player required to view NOW videos. Visit Adobe to download and ... read more
Introducing the iReport Debate
We want to hear straight from you, the voters, on the issue that matters most to you in the coming election, whether it's health care ... the iReport Debate will unfold in three main stages: One, name ... read more
November crime report: Twin Falls murder-suicide, legal weed closer than ever and man raps in stranger's kitchen
Did you miss any of the crime and court news from November? Here's a collection of the crime reports, notable arrests and important court hearings from the month to make sure you know what's going on. read more
Senate defeats Republican-led health-care repeal effort
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) criticized an estimate by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office that repealing the health care law will increase the deficit by $230 billion. "What I'm saying is, garb... read more
What government services could you get by with less of?
Here’s my question to you:What government services could you get by with less of ... Medicare and Social Security becomes means tested, and ages of eligibility moved out. Cut military spending. It is, ... read more