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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Got unused vacation days? Plan for Vacation Day is Jan. 30

Stop making excuses. Start making plans. That’s the message behind the second annual National Plan for Vacation Day. It’s an effort by the travel industry to persuade Americans to use Jan. 30 as a day to schedule their vacations for the year and take advantage of any paid time off they are entitled to from their jobs.

Prosecutors want to call 19 other accusers at Cosby retrial

Prosecutors preparing for Bill Cosby’s retrial - want to call 19 other accusers to try to show a pattern of “prior bad acts” over five decades.

US flu season gets worse, has ‘lot more steam’ than expected

One measure of the season is how many doctor or hospital visits are because of a high fever, cough and other flu symptoms. Thirty-two states reported high patient traffic last week, up from 26 the previous week. Overall, it was the busiest week for flu symptoms in nine years.

Autopsy: Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose

His wife and daughter released the results of Petty’s autopsy via a statement Friday on his Facebook page, moments before coroner’s officials in Los Angeles released their findings and the rocker’s full autopsy report.

01/15 – 01/18/2018 Wayne Co Sheriff’s Office Incident Report

01/15 - 01/18/2018 Wayne Co Sheriff’s Office Incident Report

Curry says she wasn’t surprised by Lauer allegations

Former “Today” show anchor Ann Curry says she’s not surprised by the allegations that got former colleague Matt Lauer fired and that there was an atmosphere of verbal sexual harassment at the NBC show when she worked there.

‘The Last Jedi,’ ‘Three Billboards’ among AARP nominees

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” hasn’t been mentioned much in this year’s awards season, but it’s among the nominees for AARP The Magazine’s 17th annual Movies for Grownups Awards.

Stella McCartney hopes fashion can have a ‘Me Too’ moment

Designer Stella McCartney is ready to see the Me Too movement sweeping Hollywood make its way to the runways.

Century after pandemic, science takes its best shot at flu

A century after one of history’s most catastrophic disease outbreaks, scientists are rethinking how to guard against another super-flu like the 1918 influenza that killed tens of millions as it swept the globe.