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Whole Foods plans new chain to court millennials

Candice Choi, Associated Press  |  posted 34 minutes ago
Whole Foods is planning to open a new chain of stores that courts millennials with lower prices as it faces intensifying competition as a purveyor of organic and natural products.
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Oklahoma governor signs tobacco-free schools bill into law

Tim Talley, Associated Press  |  posted 54 minutes ago
Oklahoma's public schools and off-campus school-sponsored events will be tobacco-free zones under legislation signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Mary Fallin.
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Sheila Bair named president of private Maryland college

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:21pm
Sheila Bair, who led the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. during the financial crisis, has been named president of Maryland's Washington College, a private liberal arts school.
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Plan B eyed after Michigan voters crush tax hike for roads

David Eggert, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:00pm
Gov. Rick Snyder and lawmakers will be forced to consider an alternative to address Michigan's deteriorating roads after voters resoundingly rejected a ballot measure that would have increased taxes to pump $1.2 billion a year more into transportation infrastructure.
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Committee reaches agreement on bill firing SC State trustees

Seanna Adcox, Associated Press  |  posted 44 minutes ago
A committee of House and Senate members agreed Wednesday to a compromise on a bill firing all trustees of financially troubled South Carolina State University and replacing them with a fix-it board.
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Federal charge filed against former MillerCoors official

The Associated Press  |  posted 54 minutes ago
A former vice president at MillerCoors and seven others are accused of defrauding the company of at least $7 million.
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US officials, Metro-North agree on safety equipment loan

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:41pm
Federal transportation officials and the Metropolitan Transportation Agency have agreed on a nearly $1 billion federal loan to install technology that could slow trains when necessary on the Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Railroad.
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Briefs from the Louisiana Legislature's regular session

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:40pm
For a second time in two weeks, the Senate health care committee turned down a proposal to expand Louisiana's Medicaid program as allowed under the federal health care law.
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Top vet: Bird flu may be spreading farm to farm in Minnesota

Steve Karnowski, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:40pm
Minnesota's state veterinarian suggested Wednesday that bird flu may be spreading from farm-to-farm in the state's top turkey-growing counties, a possibility they downplayed in the early days of the outbreak.
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Jeni's traces listeria to ice cream pint-filling machine

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:32pm
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams says it has traced the source of listeria in its Ohio production facility to a pint-filling machine.
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Last known member of US' German moon rocket design team dies

Jay Reeves, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:31pm
The last known surviving member of the German engineering team that came to the United States after World War II and designed the rocket that took astronauts to the moon has died.
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Bird flu found at 5 more chicken farms and in backyard ducks

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:31pm
Iowa agriculture officials say five additional commercial chicken farms show signs of the presence of bird flu and a backyard duck flock near a previously confirmed case also has tested positive.
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US sues NY plastic surgery practice, alleging discrimination

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:20pm
A federal prosecutor has sued a cosmetic surgery practice with offices in Manhattan and on Long Island, saying it discriminates against prospective customers with HIV.
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GAO: Gov't waste of natural gas costing taxpayers millions

Hope Yen, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:11pm
Significant amounts of natural gas on federal lands are being wasted, costing taxpayers tens of millions of dollars each year and adding to harmful greenhouse gas emissions, a congressional investigation has found.
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