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Florida Farmers In Crisis Over Citrus Greening Disease Florida's nearly $11-billion-dollar citrus industry faces a growing danger from disease. A tree- killing bacteria is wiping out the state's famous orange groves.
Ford Recalls Nearly 412K SUVs Over Fuel Leak, Fire ConcernsAutomaker Ford is recalling nearly 412,000 old SUVs over fuel leaks that could cause fires.
Amazon's Alexa Voice Assistant Arrives On Fire Tablets Amazon's fire tablets are now getting the Alexa voice assistant.
Feds, Florida Lottery Warn Of Mega Millions ScamFederal investigators, along with Florida Lottery officials are warning of a scam involving their Mega Millions game.
AT&T Says New Streaming Service Will Cost $35 A Month AT&T's streaming service that will have more than 100 TV channels is coming out next month and will cost $35 a month.
Homestead's Knaus Berry Farm Open For SeasonSouth Floridians can now get their fix of Knaus Berry Farm's gooey, warm cinnamon rolls.
Truck Headlights Don't Shine In Latest Tests Pick up trucks may be among the biggest vehicles on the road, but a new round of testing found they don't shine when it comes to their headlights.
Obama Administration Confirms Double-Digit Premium HikesPremiums will go up sharply next year under President Barack Obama's health care law.
Massive Cyberattack Claims To Test Big Websites' VulnerabilitiesMultiple cyberattacks on server farms of a key internet firm repeatedly disrupted access to major websites and online services including Twitter, Netflix and PayPal across the United States on Friday -- though the hacking group claiming responsibility says the attack wasn't malicious, but rather meant to help expose security flaws.
11th Death Confirmed Due To Takata Air BagsA 50-year-old woman who died after a car wreck last month in California has become the 11th victim of Takata Corp.'s defective air bag inflators in the United States.
Snoopy, Peanuts Gang, Cut Loose By MetLife As It Retools BizSnoopy has been handed the pink slip and sent back to the doghouse.
Attorney General Leads Criminal Probe Of Wells Fargo BankCalifornia's attorney general is leading a criminal investigation into whether employees at San Francisco-based Wells Fargo bank stole customers' identities in the sales practices scandal that rocked the bank and cost its CEO his job, documents released Wednesday show.

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