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CVS To Make A Big Change Earlier Than Expected – No More Tobacco Sales

Earlier in the year, CVS, the nation's second biggest drugstore chain, announced it would stop selling tobacco products in it's stores beginning October 1st. The move was announced after the company decided to focus more on customer health and the idea of selling tobacco was counter to that notion.

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Beer In Texas Is Really Big – Really, Really Big [Video]

They say everything is bigger in Texas and now there is proof, at least as far as beer is concerned. Austin Beerworks, a small craft beer manufacturer in Texas, has just created a one of a kind marketing gimmick that any beer lover would love.

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Is The ‘Pay It Forward’ An Act of Kindness or Just Good For Business?

We hear about this all the time; a customer at a drive-up window pays for their order, and the for the person behind them, who, in turn, pays for the person behind them, and so on. On two separate occasions, Leslie mentioned this on the air and BOOM...everyone begins paying it forward.

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Jon’s Tips For Scoring Free Drinks This Weekend [Video]

It's Friday night and you might be thinking about going out with some friends, but maybe you're a little short on cash and want to score as many free drinks as possible.

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Restaurant Pays Servers A More Livable Wage While Donating Tips To Charity – Fair Or Unfair?

To tip or not to tip, that is the question. A tip used to be a reward given to a server or servicer by a customer for a job well done. A restaurant in San Antonio, Texas has decided to pay servers a more livable hourly wage and not allow them to keep their tips, which are donated by the restaurant to a local charity....is that fair?

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The Victims of the Recent Weather Disasters Need Your Help – Give to the Red Cross

We spent the morning with the great people from Eyewitness News and the Evansville Courier Press, raising money for the Red Cross Disaster Relief. Fourteen states have been affected by recent devastation. The Red Cross is always first on the scene to help. But, right now they need YOUR help. Find out how!

 

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Jon’s Two Cents – College Basketball’s One and Done Syndrome Is Bad for the Game

All eyes were on Duke University's freshman phenom Jabari Parker over the last few days to see if he would return to Blue Devils for his sophomore season or enter the NBA draft. Well, the drama is over and far, far from a surprise....Parker is going to the NBA...I know, it may be hard to wipe the look of shock off your face.

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The Bar Is About to Be Raised in the Debate to Raise the Minimum Wage

Raising the minimum wage has been a very hot topic over the last twelve months and there is about to be a big push in Washington to get it done by 2016. Those who oppose raising the minimum wage say it will take away jobs and all but kill small business owners. Those in favor say it is long overdue and will put a dent in the poverty crisis in this country.

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Homeless Man Wins a $1000 Lottery Jackpot With the Help of a YouTube Prankster

MagicofRahat is a very popular video prankster on YouTube and has done some very funny and creative work, but the below video might be his best work, which netted a homeless man a $1000 lottery jackpot.

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Jon’s Random Pizza Thought – Is a Larger Pizza Cheaper Than a Smaller Pizza?

If your family is like mine, you love your pizza. The question we always ask is which size pizza is the best value..should we get two mediums, two smalls, or a medium and a large? It's a real dilemma in our house and we usually answer that question by determining how hungry everyone is.

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Did You Know the IRS Can Read Your E-Mails If They Choose to?

Wow - a couple of days ago, I posted a blog about the IRS looking at your Facebook page to see if you are cheating on your taxes. Now, we found out that they can go into your e-mail accounts and read your e-mails if they want to...pretty scary huh? The good news is that this is only a possibility if some sort of red flag appears on your tax return, but they can look regardless.

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Evansville Men Busted in Wyoming Trafficking Marijuana Bound for Indiana

Southern Indiana stoners may be about to experience a bit of a pot drought.

According to reports, two Evansville men were busted earlier this week in Wyoming after authorities discovered felonious amounts of marijuana in their vehicle, which was bound for right here in the River City.

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