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With summer just around the corner, it might be tempting to clean out the closet by donating to charity. A local nonprofit said the cure for multiple sclerosis could be hanging in your closet. KSL Investigators check the charity's history of giving.
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Gov calls special session on issues like budget, Medicaid

Becky Bohrer, Associated Press  |  posted 41 minutes ago
Gov. Bill Walker spared little time in calling state lawmakers into a special session after the Legislature adjourned late Monday with a partially funded state operating budget.
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Philips' net profit slimps in 1st quarter, sales edge higher

The Associated Press  |  posted 41 minutes ago
Royal Philips NV, the world's biggest lighting maker, says its net profit slumped 27 percent to 100 million euros ($109 million) in 2015's first quarter as higher restructuring costs wiped out gains from higher sales.
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New World Video Game Hall of Fame to reveal finalists

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 11:50pm
The new World Video Game Hall of Fame is ready to release the finalists for its inaugural class.
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PetroChina profit down 82 percent on low oil price

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 9:31pm
State-owned PetroChina Ltd., Asia's biggest oil and gas producer, says its quarterly profit declined 82 percent from a year earlier due to a sharp decline in oil prices.
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Tuna company, 2 managers charged in death of worker in oven

Brian Melley, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 8:32pm
Bumble Bee Foods and two managers were charged by Los Angeles prosecutors Monday with violating safety regulations in the death of a worker who was cooked in an industrial oven with tons of tuna.
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Tiny California tribe turns to adoption to boost revenue

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 7:51pm
A tiny, casino-owning Native American tribe in Northern California has pursued an unusual strategy to boost revenue: Adoption.
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Report: Internships given based on clout at Illinois agency

Nick Swedberg, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 7:21pm
An independent review of the Illinois state treasurer's office released Monday found problems with internship hiring that favored those with political connections and other programs in need of overhaul.
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Tuition freeze's fate uncertain at Capitol this year

Kia Farhang, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 6:41pm
Students at Minnesota's public colleges may have to brace for a tuition bump, as legislative appetite seems to have waned for moves to shift rising costs from students to the state.
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Truckers strike at huge seaport complex; impact minimal

Christopher Weber, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 6:41pm
Truck drivers who haul goods from docks at the nation's busiest seaport complex walked off the job Monday in a dispute over their earnings and employment status, but port officials said the impact on international commerce appeared to be minimal.
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Greek PM says initial deal in bailout talks 'very close'

Nicholas Paphitis, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 6:40pm
Greece's prime minister voiced hope that bailout talks between the cash-strapped country and its international creditors are "very close" to an initial deal, and ruled out early elections if the dragging negotiations fail.
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GOP defense budget challenges Obama on Ukraine, Guantanamo

Deb Riechmann, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 6:40pm
The GOP chairman of the House Armed Service Committee on Monday recommended a $604 billion defense budget for 2016 that challenges the White House because it includes lethal weapons for Ukraine, makes it harder for the president to empty the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay and restores funding for the A-10 fleet.
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State extends emergency declaration for bird flu response

Kyle Potter, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 5:11pm
Gov. Mark Dayton and state officials approved a monthlong extension to a peacetime state of emergency Monday to battle bird flu, acknowledging they still don't know the full scope of an outbreak that has wiped out about a fifth of the turkey population in the nation's largest turkey-producing state.
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Malloy vetoes Meriden community college anti-closure bill

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 27th - 5:01pm
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has vetoed a bill that would have blocked the Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education from closing any campus or manufacturing programs without legislative approval.
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