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Flagstaff, Arizona (NAPSI) - As autumn approaches, many people are looking forward to a break from the summer heat. However, soon that relief may turn chilly and your reliance on heating equipment will increase. The Electrical Safety Foundation International wants you to be aware of the risks associated with heating equipment and follow a few simple steps to help reduce your risk of a home fire.
Scottsdale, Arizona (NAPSI) - The mantel is such a great focal point in any living room or family room but, often, it gets special treatment only during the holidays. Here are some new ideas to transform your mantel (or windowsill, bookshelf or coffee table) all year round.
Washington, DC (NAPSI) - Small businesses have a number of concerns when it comes to the effect that government regulations are having on their business. That’s a key finding of TriNet’s Small Business Confidence Survey, which explores the opinions ofU.S. small business owners about issues such as their outlook on the state of their companies and on federal and state legislation.
Washington, DC - Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved a final order settling charges that Akorn, Inc.’s acquisition of VersaPharm Inc. and its parent company, VPI Holdings Corp., would have likely been anticompetitive.
Yuma, Arizona - Over the last couple of weeks we have had significantly increased storm activity in our area. What is your level of personal and family preparedness? How would you react if faced with having to leave your home? How about if utilities like electricity, gas, water, or telephone service are disrupted? What if grocery stores are closed due to the emergency? The Yuma area is not immune.
Washington, DC - The Federal Trade Commission, through an administrator, is mailing 449,044 claim forms to consumers who may have lost money after buying LeanSpa, a supplement whose marketers allegedly made deceptive weight loss claims. The claim forms are intended to help determine which consumers are eligible for refunds.
Washington, DC - An online high school that bypasses the pep rallies, proms, and the principal’s office? Under the right circumstances, that might be an innovation in education. But what if it skips the classes and coursework while falsely promising a valid sheepskin from an accredited institution? According to a lawsuit filed by the FTC, the diplomas issued by a tangle of outfits operating under the names Jefferson High School Online and Enterprise High School Online aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on.
Yuma, Arizona - For the second straight match, the Phoenix College Bears' Women's Soccer team used a stifling defense to knock off one of the top teams in the conference, this time stifling the Arizona Western offense for the first 75 minutes of play, then holding on for a huge 2-1 victory.