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Amazon Prime Day: 7 shopping mistakes to avoid

While the pandemic pushed the start of Amazon Prime Day from July to October 13 and 14th, consumer experts are offering customers tips as they navigate the massive amounts of discounts.
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Will a ‘highly targeted’ coronavirus relief bill get voted on next week?

Americans continue to hold out for a second round of coronavirus relief. And while lawmakers on both sides of the aisles have yet to come to an agreement, there is new hope that a new stimulus package may be on its way to a vote. Read more!
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Apple unveils four iPhone 12 models with 5G speed starting at $699

The iPhone 11 is officially old. On Tuesday, Apple announced the latest edition of their iconic smartphone, the iPhone 12. Four models were unveiled and all feature 5G technology. See more!
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You and your cat can dress as each other for Halloween

The company who introduced us to pizza-flavored candy canes is now creating Kitty-and-Me costumes for Halloween. Read more about the costumes on RADIO.COM.
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Don't toss your mask — How to reuse your face covering for planting

What’s being called ‘COVID waste’ is turning up in landfills and bodies of water creating tons of waste. Masks are a big part of this waste. Why toss your mask when you can plant it? Read how on RADIO.COM.
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School installs sign to help boy with autism communicate on playground

The Rockwood School District in the St. Louis area installs a sign with pictures and words to help a boy with autism communicate with classmates on the playground.
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PICS: Police share adorable photos after cop saves choking infant

Caseyville Illinois Police officer responds to call for choking infant, gets praise from department for quick thinking that saved child’s life.
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COVID-19 vaccine trial 'temporarily paused' by Johnson & Johnson after 'unexplained illness'

Johnson & Johnson announced on Monday night that it had “temporarily paused” trials of a COVID-19 vaccine after a trial volunteer came down with an “unexplained illness.”
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Can changing your diet help protect the environment?

A local university professor said if Americans adhere to global dietary recommendations designed to reduce the impact of food production and consumption, environmental degradation could be reduced by up to 38 percent.
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Millions of Americans have not claimed their stimulus checks

Have you claimed your federal stimulus check? Nearly 9 million Americans may have missed out, according to the IRS. Millions of low-income people do not normally file taxes, and those people are at risk of missing out.
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