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Serious golfers take their clubs seriously. Golf clubs represent a significant investment in the game, but PGA pro Tom Ringer said what's in the bag often doesn't match up with a golfer's individual needs.
In the third installment of the biweekly Obamacare Q&A column, Emily Bazar answers readers questions about who will be required to have health insurance and gives advice to a 73-year-old who wonders if she and her husband need additional coverage.
Google giveth, and Google taketh away. On July 1, it will take away Google Reader. To the dismay of millions, that service will go the way of Google Answers, Google Buzz, iGoogle and GOOG-411. Google hasn't provided much in the way of a satisfying reason for this "spring cleaning," saying only that "usage has declined."
Shares of Websense surged in premarket trading on Monday after the data security company agreed to be taken private for about $905.9 million.
Folks in the southwest Fresno County town of Lanare avoid drinking arsenic-laced water from their taps. Four vending machines in nearby Riverdale have been their best option for healthy water — until now. The machines are gone, according to California Rural Legal Assistance, representing Lanare’s 590 residents. The machines were not filtering the water in Riverdale, [...]read more »
Fresno City Council Member Steve Brandau offered gracious and well-spoken introductory remarks before Mayor Ashley Swearengin’s State of the City address on Thursday. There was one problem: the first-year council member referenced a closed-door council discussion about the city budget, and city budgets are not supposed to be discussed behind closed doors, per the state’s [...]read more »
Fresno County Assessor Paul Dictos wants another two terms in office, and this week he threw himself a 70th birthday party-slash-campaign drive to underscore that point. While it’s still a year and a half before the next election, Dictos is sending a clear signal to potential adversaries that he’s not the political lightweight that narrowly [...]read more »
A sample of mosquitoes from Fresno County tested positive for West Nile virus, according to mosquito control officials on Friday. UPDATE: Mosquito season has arrived. And there’s good news and bad news. First the good: The drought means less standing water for mosquitoes to use as breeding ponds. And an improving economy has reduced the [...]read more »
Every so often, a story so perfectly illustrates what can go wrong when you trust someone with your money that it serves as a kind of user's manual for any investor who comes along afterward.
Cy Wakeman shook complacency from attendees at a recent leadership training session: It's you who need to change -- not your bosses and co-workers who aren't here.
The price of gold rose Monday for the first time in nearly two weeks.
Interest rates on short-term Treasury bills were mixed in Monday's auction with rates on three-month bills unchanged while rates on six-month bills rose to the highest level in five weeks.
Small companies are taking the limelight on a choppy start to the week.
BACK IN THE AIR: United Flight 1 flew from Houston to Chicago, the first passenger flight on the airline's 787 since they were grounded in January.