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Tropical Storm Barry's "primary threat" as of 11 a.m. ET was flooding rains, the National Weather Service said.

New Zealand lawmakers rushed through new legislation to ban so-called military-style weapons after a lone gunman killed 51 people at two Christchurch mosques.

Walmart chief data officer Bill Groves and Nvidia data science GM Josh Patterson explain how Walmart is using Nvidia's open source Rapids software.

A Georgia father sacrificed himself to save his 8-year-old daughter caught in a rip current off the Florida coast. WBBH's Cristina Mendez reports.

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Stranger Things stars Caleb McLaughlin and Gaten Matarazzo have two simple choices in this Hot Ones spinoff: Tell the truth, or suffer the pain of the Last D...

Radioactive materials, speeding cars and how VR technology enhances safety while saving money!

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After playing more than 100 shows as part of their farewell tour, "The Final Campaign," Slayer have announced the seventh and final leg of their farewell tour.

The featured Media Creek, Inc. employee for the month of July is Johnie Floater, our General Manager!

10 Tasks to Cross off Your Summertime Vehicle Maintenance Checklist - Summertime is fun time! Make sure your next road trip is a success by taking care of some essential vehicle maintenance and upkeep before you load your

If ever you need evidence that expectations can be (almost) everything in public financial markets, Twitter is it. To be fair to its investors, Costolo...

Unless your company has a stranglehold on your industry or was a first-mover, everyone agrees that in order to have a truly successful business, you need to have more than just a great product or service. Good customer service is the better half of a real successful business.
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