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Jill Disis

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The CEO of the iconic camera company says he wants to "reassure" employees concerned after last week's announcement. [Read More]
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The new statistics from CoreLogic show more than 170,000 homes are at risk in Napa and Santa Rosa. [Read More]
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Lola Ogunyemi wrote a column Tuesday about her experience filming the ad. [Read More]
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A CBS sports writer who said Sunday that Colin Kaepernick would stand for the national anthem if he signed with another NFL team is now... [Read More]
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Oikos yogurt is distancing itself from Cam Newton after his sexist remark to a woman sportswriter. [Read More]
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The yogurt company said Thursday that it was "shocked and disheartened" at Newton's behavior and that it would end it sponsorship arrangement. [Read More]
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When the call went through, Carmen Colon Rodriguez could not hold back her tears. [Read More]
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When the call went through, Carmen Colon Rodriguez could not hold back her tears.. The latest news from Abilene and the Big Country. [Read More]
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Puerto Rico could suffer $45 billion to $95 billion in damages from Hurricane Maria, according to an estimate from Moody's Analytics. [Read More]
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Hurricane Maria could cost Puerto Rico $45 billion to $95 billion in damage -- a devastating blow to the island's already ailing economy. [Read More]
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In Puerto Rico, the survivors of Hurricane Maria are desperately scrambling for many of life's essentials -- food, fuel, water. And cash. [Read More]
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Banks and ATMs are running out of money. The lack of cash is exacerbating Puerto Ricans' problems as they try to recover from Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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It will likely cost tens of billions of dollars to help Puerto Rico recover. But who will pay for it? [Read More]
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Sports broadcasters covered the controversy that President Trump started with his divisive remarks about NFL players who protest during the national anthem. [Read More]
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Walgreens has finally figured out a way to buy Rite Aid -- or about half of it, at least. [Read More]
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Walgreens said Tuesday that federal regulators have approved a $4.4 billion deal to buy 1,932 Rite Aid Stores. [Read More]
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