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Ex-Missile Site Now part of Wildlife Refuge Opens to PublicA portion of the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge that once was home to anti-aircraft missiles is now open for visitors.
Home Sweet Shipping Container: Couple Likes Being Boxed InUpon meeting Bryan and Gwen Blackwell, it's easy see that the pair is accustomed to thinking outside the box. So, it's a little ironic that the couple lives in one.
Did Polygamous Sect Have a Right to Share Food Stamps?Attorneys are sparring about whether a jury should be allowed to consider if members of a polygamous sect accused of orchestrating a multimillion-dollar food stamp fraud scheme had a constitutional right to give the food to a communal storehouse as part of their religious beli
Expert: Pot is $4.5 Billion Industry in United StatesRetails sales of marijuana in the United States are expected to be $4.5 billion this year, but constant changes in state regulations are creating hurdles for business people trying to make money off pot.
Feds Give Florida Health Centers Cash to Expand Primary CareThe Obama administration is giving nearly $11 million to help 12 health centers around the state offer preventive health services to more low-income patients.
Agency: Bars Can't Ban Pregnant Women or Refuse Them DrinksPregnant women can't be kept out of New York City bars or refused alcoholic drinks just because they're expecting, under new city guidelines.
Tampa Considers Food Donations to Pay Off Parking TicketsLooking for a way out of a parking ticket? Donate some canned goods to a food b
After Several Tries Florida Finally gets New Insurance ChiefAfter a contentious and bumpy process that saw Florida's top Republican officials deadlock several times, the state has a new insurance commissioner just weeks before the start of hurricane season.
In Internet Age, Pirate Radio Arises as Surprising ChallengeIn the age of podcasts and streaming services, you might think pirate radio is low on the list of concerns of federal lawmakers and broadcasters. You'd be wrong.
Lay Off the Sauce, Maker SaysMars Food, the maker of Dolmio and Uncle Ben's, says some of its sauces will soon carry labels suggesting they should be eaten only as occasional treats — a decision praised by health campaigners seeking to reduce the amount of salt, sugar and fat in processed food.
Dad Fights to Erase $250k Student Loan Debt for His 3 KidsA Massachusetts man who owes about $250,000 he borrowed to put three children through college has won a major court victory in his effort to have the debt forgiven.
Facebook Shows New Ways To Chat, Stream VideoFacebook says people who use its Messenger chat service will soon be able to order flowers, shop for shoes and talk with a variety of businesses by sending them direct text messages.

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