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NEWPORT NEWS - The commonly used phrase, "One man's junk is another man's treasure," is usually reserved for thrifty shoppers or those up at the crack of dawn on a Saturday morning looking for the best garage sale deals. But for artist Crystal Warlitner...
Tuesday, May 7 I truly hope you were able to catch "Susan's Story," either last night at 6 or today on WDBJ 7 Mornin'. Susan Bahorich bravely shared her personal struggle with ovarian cancer. I am so proud of her for being open and honest with what she is...
The co-owner of a City of Industry toy company was sentenced to 14 months in custody for her role in laundering money for Colombian and Mexican drug traffickers in a scheme known as the black market peso exchange. Dan “Daisy” Xin Li, 44, co-...
Tags: Punishment, Drug Trafficking, Criminals, Mexico, Justice System
They call themselves a "toy store" for the blind, but the Florida Reading & Vision Technology Center acknowledges its tough task of helping blind people live more like sighted people. "It's a difficult population to reach," said Lesa Kretschmer, the...
The Hartford CourantCan you you see what I see? A princess, a robot, a colorful set, a crystal ball, a spaceship, two who just met. A dreamer, an artist, a guy with a plan, a pleasantly puzzling Wick of a man. That's Hartford's Walter Wick, the author of the...
Tags: Arts, Authors, Photography, The New York Times, Arts and Culture
As Pennsylvania's economy struggles and the state's tax picture gets bleaker, lawmakers are poised to vote Monday on a bill to overhaul corporate taxes. One piece of House bill 440 in theory would generate more revenue by closing the so-called Delaware...
A window shelf that holds a collection of cobalt-blue bottles attracts attention, so many new collectors buy their bottles by color. Most early bottles were made of pale-blue or aqua glass. It was difficult to produce clear glass in the 18th and early...
Barbie is vacating her pink Malibu mansion and hunting for international digs. Thomas the Tank Engine is being revamped as an even livelier locomotive. Max Steel, the new kid on the block, is marketed as a "modern day tech superhero." The toy brands,...
Tags: Prices, Toys, Economic Indicator, Marketing, Consumer Confidence
Sun SentinelSave 20 percent on one item at Toys R Us or Babies R Us and 15 percent on select items for baby and play sets. There are some restrictions. Click here for the deal. The coupon expires on April 13 and is one coupon per guest. "Like" our Sentinel...
Tags: Toys "R" Us, Inc.
WSBT-TVThey're colorful and alluring, but Consumer Reports says there's a potential safety hazard with popular small toy balls and beads that expand dramatically in water. There's been one recall, but many more of these super-absorbent polymer balls are...
Though 13-month-old Harley Ann Lubic may not see her Army staff sergeant father for long stretches of time, she won’t forget his face thanks to a special doll. The cuddly 12-inch doll is dressed in military camouflage fatigues and has a plastic...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Boynton Beach, Judaism
•Name: Denice Sabol •Age: 54 •Hometown: Allentown •Type of pet: Dog •Name of pet: Zeus •Age: 5 years old •Breed: Pit bull •Male or female: Male •Why he's your friend: He is the calm in a...
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