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Most Sleep-Deprived Professions

American workers are increasingly strapped for sleep and the professions that deal with life-or-death saturations are the most likely to sleep deprived, a recent study says. About 50% of protective-service workers, such as police, fire, EMT, correctional and military service members reported less...
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Adopt A Retired Police Or Military Dog

Dogs have developed a special relationship over thousands of years in working with humans. From herding sheep to pointing out pheasants, working dogs serve our society well, especially in the military and law enforcement. These dogs receive a lot of appreciation while they're on the job, but as...
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What You May Expect When Filing Taxes This Year

Employers must have your W-2 forms to you for the 2018 tax year by tomorrow and with last year’s tax changes, there is a lot of anticipation as to how your refund will be affected. While you might expect a larger refund than normal. But that won’t necessarily be the case. While refunds will be...
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Are Car Headlights Getting Too Bright?

Driving at night has become an eyesore with headlights. With the advancement of lighting technology it would appear to anyone on the road at night that headlights are getting brighter, which is good for the driver but bad for vehicles caught in the glare that is blinding. The National Highway...
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Will This Be The Last Time Change In Florida?

Coming up Sunday we will once again move clocks ahead one hour and lose an hour of weekend as we switch from standard time and daylight saving time. However this may be the last time we do it in Florida. The House of Representatives and Florida Senate overwhelming passed the Sunshine Protection Act...
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How To Heat Up A Cold Office

Now that the cold weather is back there is a good chance your office is also cold! So if you work in a drafty office or have a stingy boss here's some advice on how to get the heat cranked up! First, recruit like-minded cold comrades who also feel the office is scold and then as one group present...
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How Old Is Too Old To Trick-Or-Treat?

Trick-or-treating is really fun, and of course you end up with a ton of free candy. But at what point should you hang up your trick-or-treat bag? While there is no official cut-off age as with voting, driving and alcohol sales, most people agree between 12-16 is when it's time to hang up the candy...
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Man Fined For Singling Too Loud In His Car

Be careful of getting to carried away singing your favorite song as one driver in Canada found out. Taoufik Moalla was driving to get a bottle of water in Montreal when C+C Music Factory's "Gonna Make You Sweat" came on the radio. he turned up the radio and began to sing along with it (and who...
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Woman Escapes Mugging By Acting Out A Scene From The TV Show Law & Order

While it is easy to dismiss watching television as a mind-numbing waste of time, 32-year old Julie Dragland of Oakland, California would be the first to disagree. Saturday afternoon she was on a train traveling when a note as dropped in her lap. As she began to read it, terror set it as the note...
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Get A Free Video Game For Mowing The Yard Saturday, August 6th

Having a hard time motivating the kids to mow the front and back yard? Tomorrow, August 5, 2017, if you share a photo of yourself mowing your lawn on Twitter with the hashtag #LawMowerDay, not lawn mower day, you'll receive a free copy of the video game, "Law Mower." It's an action game where...
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