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Colorado Springs, Colorado (KKTV) – Each year, Americans leave more than 768 million days of paid vacation unused.”It’s not good,” said Doug Price, president and CEO of Visit Colorado Springs. “It’s bad for employees and bad for the economy.”To combat this trend, the American Travel Association considers the last Tuesday in January a national vacation planning day, encouraging travelers to take today’s time to plan their vacations later in the year. Not only does being away from work have a positive impact on personal health, it is also an important boost to the country’s economy.“When you go on vacation or…

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New York CNN — Ira “Bob” Bourne, known as the “Father of Pepys,” died Sunday. he was 98 years old. Just Born Quality Confections, a Pennsylvania-based company that makes a variety of candies, including chick-shaped marshmallows, confirmed Bourne’s death in a statement. According to the company, Born “will be remembered as a tireless and passionate advocate for the candy industry and a great supporter of our community.” Bourne was a second generation member of the family business founded in 1923 by his father, Sam Bourne. His son Ross will retire as his CEO in 2021. David Shaffer, Chairman of the…

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To receive morning links on weekdays, Breakfast at ARTnews Newsletter. headline Dispatched to court. A Ukrainian man’s trial is currently underway in France. Vadim Khuzvawas accused of stealing Paul Signac paintings from museum In 2018, in Nancy in the northeastern part of the country, Guardian report. canvas, Le Port de la Rochelle (1915) was discovered in 2019 when Kyiv police conducted a raid on a murder investigation. The suspect there said Fujiba stopped stealing. Huzhva denies having anything to do with it. French police say he is believed to have been involved in three other people, all of whom are…

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Kat Williams of the Civil Law Self-Help Center provides paperwork for residents facing eviction. (Photo: Michael Lyle) Attorneys at Southern Nevada Legal Aid Centers liken civil law self-help centers to legal emergency rooms. People find themselves centered when they are often confused and overwhelmed by a cumbersome legal system and need help finding solutions. That’s exactly what married Rudy and Liza needed when they walked in one morning last week after receiving a seven-day payment or retirement notice on their apartment door. After leaving the center with their two-month-old baby, they got the paperwork they needed to submit their answers…

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They’ve been back for almost a month now, so it’s time for California legislators to fulfill some of their campaign promises. That means the legislative session is starting to gain momentum. Let’s take a look at the highlights of a busy Monday at the State Capitol (warning: be prepared for considerable déjà vu). Public safety: Republican lawmakers unveiled a series of bills acknowledging the recent shootings in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay and the deaths of two police officers in Riverside County, while reviving some earlier ideas. I was allowed to. Proposals for the Congressional Republican caucuses include: –…

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Most people don’t need an excuse to throw a party.Recent research suggests that celebrations can benefit our health and well-being, according to a paper published in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the American Marketing Association. .Research has shown that these celebrations require three elements: 1) Get together with other people. 2) eat and drink; 3) Highlight important milestones.Alabama family learns veteran father secretly paid neighborhood pharmacy bills for 10 years: ‘didn’t ask for credit’Celebrations strengthen participants’ social support and give them a sense of security that they have a social network when…

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk leaves the Phillip Burton Federal Building on January 24, 2023 in San Francisco, … [+] California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)Getty ImagesSocial media is filled with countless scammers trying to capitalize on Elon Musk’s name. Just take a look under any of Musk’s tweets and you’ll see people promising crypto giveaways, which are actually just scams that siphon money away from users. But does anyone actually fall for these? Yes, they really do. And I’ve obtained the stories to prove it. I often file Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests with the FTC to learn about…

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Last week, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association released commercial vehicle registration data for December 2022 and for the full year. The European Union (EU) commercial vehicle market fell 5.1% last month, its 18th straight month of decline amid persistent parts shortages. Emphasis on vehicle availability. Registrations in Germany and Spain increased by 8.4% and 15.2% respectively, while France and Italy recorded sales declines of 14.2% and 8.3%. In 2022, commercial vehicle registrations in the EU fell by 14.6% to 1.6 million. Registrations in all major EU markets declined at double-digit rates. Sales in France, Spain, Germany and Italy declined by…

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BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) — Damar Hamlin’s injury put the spotlight on emergency response at sporting events. We see and hear of serious injuries and incidents like Hamlin’s in the world of professional sports, but it also happens at the youth level. Between 1 in 50,000 and 1 in 80,000 young athletes die each year from sudden cardiac arrest, according to the Mayo Clinic. According to Stanford Medicine, more than one-fifth of US child traumatic brain injuries are related to sports and recreational activities.According to the U.S. Department of Education, coaches in New York must be at least certified in emergency…

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