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North Carolina Man Steals Engagement Rings from Jewelry Store, but at Least He Apologized First

North Carolina Man Steals Engagement Rings from Jewelry Store, but at Least He Apologized First

Police in Hickory, N.C., are looking for a jewelry store thief who stole from a store in the town’s main drag. But store employees allege that at least the man…

Demi Lovato Fan Wears Her Favorite Star’s Hair Extensions, Then Runs Into Her in Public

Demi Lovato Fan Wears Her Favorite Star’s Hair Extensions, Then Runs Into Her in Public

It’s not every day that you run into your favorite star while wearing her brand of hair extensions — but that exact thing happened to Demi Lovato fan Denise Aguirre.…

Job Growth Leads to Temporary Housing Boom in Houston

Job Growth Leads to Temporary Housing Boom in Houston

The number of jobs in Houston, TX has boomed over the last year — in the last 12 months alone, there has been an increase of jobs by 100,000. According…

Behavioral Science Could Help Nonprofits Be More Effective in Donation Appeals

Behavioral Science Could Help Nonprofits Be More Effective in Donation Appeals

Behavioral science studies may be the key to improving rates of charitable giving, a nonprofit organization has said. The Charities Aid Foundation, which has a behavioral science team performing such…

Research Team Uses Spice Compound to Create Antimicrobial Cooking Surface

Research Team Uses Spice Compound to Create Antimicrobial Cooking Surface

Knowing how to cook with spices is an important skill in any cook’s culinary arsenal. However, some of those seasonings might eventually be used as components in literal cooking tools…

British University Professor Creates World’s First 3D Printed Bouquet

British University Professor Creates World’s First 3D Printed Bouquet

While every wedding is a unique occasion, there are a few details that supersede culture, tradition and even the individuals themselves. Wedding flowers are one example of this, as millions…

Tempe Launches New Landscaping Referral Program to End War on Weeds

Tempe Launches New Landscaping Referral Program to End War on Weeds

The city of Tempe, Arizona recently launched a new program, under the name Tempe Landscape Referral, that aims to help residents win the ongoing war on weeds in their gardens…

Chisholm, Minnesota Continues Year-Long Consideration of Potential Rental Property Ordinance

Chisholm, Minnesota Continues Year-Long Consideration of Potential Rental Property Ordinance

An ill-maintained neighborhood can lower property values and drive away new residents, hurting homeowners and landlords alike. Because of this, the city of Chisholm, Minn. is considering the possibility of…

‘Family’ of 11 Shares Nine-Bedroom Home in Hartford But May Be Forced to Split Due to Zoning Laws

‘Family’ of 11 Shares Nine-Bedroom Home in Hartford But May Be Forced to Split Due to Zoning Laws

A group with an unconventional living arrangement may be forced from their home in Hartford, Conn., according to a city zoning code. The individuals, all long-time friends, refer to themselves…

Study Finds Men With Low Testosterone May Suffer From Depression

Study Finds Men With Low Testosterone May Suffer From Depression

Men who suffer from low testosterone (also known as testosterone deficiency or “low T”) may suffer from depression on top of that, research finds. A study of 200 men with…

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