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The new face of retail: Tech trends to watch for in 2016

Rommel Canlas Brands and retailers are incorporating virtual reality devices in-store to empower customers to test-drive products or services on a new level. It’s 7 a.m. and you are jolted awake by your smart watch. You check your emails, the ...

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Colo. school dismissed teen’s warning signs of violence

Mary McGregor/AP Arapahoe High School senior Karl Pierson shot fellow student Claire Davis at the school on Friday, Dec. 13, 2013, before killing himself. DENVER — Administrators at a suburban Denver high school dismissed increasingly obvious warning signs that a ...

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Texas girl who shared her inhaler with classmate suspended

A Dallas-area middle schooler was suspended for sharing her inhaler with a classmate she thought could be having an asthma attack Tuesday, according to reports. Seventh-grade honors student Indiyah Rush, 12, also faces up to 30 days in a Garland, ...

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Many New Yorkers qualify for aid in marketplace health care

New Yorkers can use the tax credit toward a metal tier plan to lower their out-of-pocket cost. If you’re one of the 2 million New Yorkers and counting receiving their health-care coverage through the New York State of Health marketplace, ...

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California governor declares gas leak a state of emergency

SAN FRANCISCO — California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency Wednesday over a massive natural-gas leak that has been spewing fumes into a Los Angeles neighborhood for months. In a statement, Brown said he acted based on the ...

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Taste NY program has succeeded in locally grown food market

Todd Maisel, New York Daily News/New York Daily News The Transmitter Brewery operates out of the basement of 1154 Manhattan Avenue in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Some of the various ingredients used to make a micro brew in this basement. Taste NY, ...

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