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Bar Owners Worry Over Lime Shortage
Your next mojito or margarita may come without the "Green Gold.” KPNX’s Frank Morales explains how bars and restaurants are handling the soaring cost of limes and what that may mean for you.
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Michaels Stores Breach Affects Up 3 Million Cards
The nation's largest arts and crafts chain says it has received "limited" reports of fraud in connection with the breach.
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It Could Be a Hot Summer for Vacations
Consumers may be spending less at the malls, but it may be to save up for summer vacation.
Stocks Mixed Before Long Holiday Weekend
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Stocks were mixed in light trading before a long holiday weekend, with the S&P 500 extending gains into a fourth session.
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'Most Haunted Place in the World' Goes on Sale
The Italian island of Poveglia, once a dumping ground for bubonic plague victims, is going on the auction block.
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Judge Won't Order 'Park it Now' Notices for GM Cars
A federal judge rejected a bid to compel GM to tell customers to stop driving millions of cars that have been recalled.
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Nothing to See Here: Russia Rushes to Calm Investors
Russia is going to great lengths to try to reassure investors, foreign businesses and its own people about its economic and political stability.
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All the Joe You Can Drink for $45/Month
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New Yorkers can get a subscription for their caffeine addiction — and for now, it’s free.
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Water, Sewer Can Help Detroit Exit Bankruptcy
Federal judge backs Detroit's idea to lease out the city's water and sewer system to help the bankrupt city pay down some of its $18 billion debt.
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