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Georgia sheriff's department eager to use drones
EVANS, Ga. (AP) - Columbia County sheriff's Capt. Sharif Chochol briefly left his office last week before returning with a pair of black briefcases.
5 ways unmanned drones could affect the American food supply  Washington Post
Gas prices in Sacramento region, state- and nationwide expected to rise after ...
The sustained drop in the cost of gasoline likely has ended, with prices locally, in California and across the U.S. expected to start rising again.
US gas prices at April 2009 low, bottom in sight: Lundberg survey  Reuters
Gas prices expected to increase  Sandusky Register
Agriculture Sector Benefits from Low Oil, Gas Prices
Fuel prices have been trending downward, while the average price of a barrel of oil is now less than $50. This has raised some international economic concerns, but in the United States, it has meant cheap gas for consumers, as well as a godsend for the ...
Agricultural sector to reap instant additional benefits from fuel prices drop  The Westside Story
Fueled by oil, agriculture sector welcomes low diesel prices  Washington Post
Rent limits protect child who was original tenant, court rules
Twenty years ago, state lawmakers narrowed broad rent-control laws like San Francisco's by removing price ceilings when the original tenants move out.
Court: Rent control applies to formerly teen-aged tenant  U-T San Diego
Rent restrictions defend child who was original tenant, court docket regulations  National Gazette
Track Tax Refunds, Obtain Tax Transcripts This Filing Season With Free IRS App
Looking for tax information on the go? The Internal Revenue Service has released the update to its smartphone application for the new tax season.
IRS Free File for tax year 2014 offers free tax software for everyone  Examiner.com
IRS starts 2015 tax season, opens free file and e-file  Cape Gazette
Michigan union membership drops to 14.5 percent
Michigan's union membership declined 7.6 percent in 2014, the first full year that the state's right-to-work law was in place, to 14.5 percent.
The state of the unions: Membership is up, but density still drops  Washington Post (blog)
Michigan union membership falls to 14five%  National Gazette
Swiss private banks fight for survival
A tram drives past the building of Swiss bank UBS at the Paradeplatz in Zurich January 15, 2015. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann. Connect; Tweet; RSS; Follow; Email; Print; Share.
Can the US Keep Out of the Deflation Vortex  WPX News
Oil Price Slump � Three Reasons Why It Helps Tankers
Does history repeat itself? The recent oil price collapse is uncannily reminiscent of the last shipping super-cycle. A 1960s trade boom stimulated by a superstar economy (then it was Japan, now China), led to a 1970s shipbuilding bubble and an oil price hike.
No reprieve in sight for crude  Hindu Business Line
Saudi Arabia Exports 20% of the World's Oil  24/7 Wall St.
FAA Issues Safety Alert To Airlines, E-Cigs In Checked Bags Pose Fire Risk
January 25, 2015 - As the popularity of e-cigarettes increases, the FAA wants airlines to ensure passengers don't put their e-cigarettes in checked baggage, when they can pose a fire hazard in the cargo compartment.
FAA warns e-cigarettes on planes can be dangerous  KBTV Fox 4 Beaumont
FAA warns e-cigarettes a fire danger in checked airline baggage  Boston Globe
TurboTax maker provides $25 rebate, says x2018We messed upx2019
Intuit, the maker of TurboTax computer software, apologized just after an onslaught of consumer complaints about the unexpected need to have to purchase an upgrade this year for some types of filings.
TurboTax maker gives $25 rebate, says x2018We messed upx2019  WPX News
TurboTax maker presents $25 rebate, says x2018We messed upx2019  National Review