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Snakes, And The Snake Wranglers Who Love Them

The growth of natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania has opened an unusual career path: snake wrangling. For Paula and Matt Wilson, becoming snake wranglers was a natural fit. They love snakes, and the job lets them move the animals out of harm's way.
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Local Artist Paints Mural At Ben's Chili Bowl

A local artist spent the weekend painting a mural on a wall at Ben's Chili Bowl.

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On A Quest To Roll Out The Bourbon Barrel And Fill It With Hot Sauce

Finding a good-sized, inexpensive barrel, previously used to age bourbon, is not so easy, as a hot sauce maker on the hunt found out. But they can be found, and when they are, these barrels experience a remarkable afterlife.
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Apple's Patent Win Could Alter Landscape Of Smartphone Industry

The legal win over Samsung, and the more than $1 billion in damages awarded, could send rival phone makers scrambling to make their products less "Apple-like."
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Apple Win Over Samsung Sends Message To Industry

After just three days of deliberations, a jury reached a verdict in the high-stakes trial between Apple and Samsung over patent infringement. The federal jury found that Samsung infringed on several of Apple's patents, and it awarded Apple more than $1 billion in damages.
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Jury Sides With Apple In Patent Infringment Case

Jurors have sided with Apple in a patent infringement case between it and Samsung. Melissa Block speaks with Wendy Kaufman, who's covering the lawsuit.
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Apple Emerges Victorious In Patent Trial Against Samsung

A jury decided Samsung violated many patents and awarded Apple more than $1 billion in damages.
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Can Livestrong Survive Armstrong's Fall?

Lance Armstrong's announcement that he would no longer fight doping allegations might seem a crushing blow to his foundation for cancer survivors. But Livestrong's CEO says that "for the organization, it's the right thing."

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