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  1. Bennett makes first appearance for Eprhata killingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KXLY-TV Spokane

    Chad Bennett, the man accused of killing 82-year old Lucille Moore of Ephrata, made his first appearance in a Grant County courtroom Wednesday. Bennett, 25, sat emotionless as he waited to make his first appearance in court on charges he allegedly killed Moore in her home on September 8. In court documents investigators reported Bennett and his family had been renting a home from Moore since August and that he was the last person who had contact with Moore when he says he dropped off money for a damage deposit for the home he was renting from her.

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  2. Lee Center fire leaves man without a homeRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Gazette

    Firefighters from Amboy Fire Protection battle a blaze after 9 p.m. Nov. 19 at 1331 Inlet Road in Lee Center. By the time personnel arrived, the house was engulfed, and it ultimately was a complete loss.

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  3. On the Market: Central Park Gets a Big Donation; Brooklyn Bridge Park Must Earn Its $Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The New York Observer

    Rockefeller University's planned expansion over the FDR has netted $150 million in the form of two major donations, according to Crain's . Now all the project, which has already been approved by the City Council, needs is another $300 million.

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  4. Apartment rents near BART still affordable, but few are availableRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | San Jose Mercury News

    Renting an apartment near a BART station in Berkeley is still relatively affordable by Bay Area standards, according to the fledgling mobile apartment finder RadPad -- that is, if you can find one. The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment within a half-mile of the downtown Berkeley and North Berkeley BART stations is $2,050, according to RadPad, which describes itself as an online real estate marketplace and mobile app that lists rental properties across the country and allows renters to pay their rent through the platform, according to Kyle Austin, RadPad's publicist.

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  5. Iyanla's new fixRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Baltimore Sun

    This red prayer door on the prayer room in Iyanla Vanzant's Upper Marlboro home came from a shop in Baltimore. This red prayer door on the prayer room in Iyanla Vanzant's Upper Marlboro home came from a shop in Baltimore.

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  6. Costa Mesa motel residents sue city, claiming limited-stay law targets poorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Wave

    A resident of the Costa Mesa Motor Inn returns from shopping before leaving the shopping cart outside the motel and going in. A team of attorneys led by The Public Law Center in Santa Ana filed a lawsuit against Costa Mesa on Monday, claiming the city's poor were unfairly targeted by an August ordinance that forces motel guests to move every 30 days.

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  7. Apartment rents near BART still affordable, but few are available, real estate app saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Inside Bay Area

    Renting an apartment near a BART station in Berkeley is still relatively affordable by Bay Area standards, according to the fledgling mobile apartment finder Rad-Pad -- that is, if you can find one. The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment within a half-mile of the Berkeley and North Berkeley BART stations is $2,050, according to Rad-Pad, which describes itself as an online real estate marketplace and mobile app that lists rental properties across the country and also allows renters to pay their rent through the platform, according to Kyle Austin, RadPad's publicist.

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  8. Berkeley: Apartment rents near BART still affordable, but few are available, real estate app saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Fremont Bulletin

    Renting an apartment near a BART station in Berkeley is still relatively affordable by Bay Area standards, according to the fledgling mobile apartment finder Rad-Pad -- that is, if you can find one. The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment within a half-mile of the Berkeley and North Berkeley BART stations is $2,050, according to Rad-Pad, which describes itself as an online real estate marketplace and mobile app that lists rental properties across the country and also allows renters to pay their rent through the platform, according to Kyle Austin, RadPad's publicist.

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  9. Siblings with Severe Mental Illness: Staying in Touch - And in the LoopRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | PsychCentral

    It's difficult to know where you stand when your sibling is diagnosed with a severe mental illness. Their treatment can take up so much time and their symptoms can be so encompassing that there may not be a lot of room for you, let alone your relationship.

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  10. SungardASVoice: Millennials Aren't That Different After AllRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Forbes.com

    Sungard Availability Services partners with companies of all types to provide high availability solutions tailored to meet your unique business needs. We work with you to understand your business' goals and then design IT solutions to address exactly what you need - and not what you don't.

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  11. Amy Hoak's Home Economics: 5 ways marijuana legalization affects real estateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | MarketWatch

    As marijuana becomes legal in more parts of the country, those in the real-estate industry are finding the new laws have implications for properties of every variety, from residential to industrial to retail. Some of the issues pertain to the growing and processing of the plants; others pertain to the use of it in a rental property or one governed by a homeowner's association.

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  12. Sex Trafficking in ArizonaRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | Examiner.com

    Did you know that Phoenix is a hub for Sex Trafficking? This time of year as we are gearing up for three major events in January and February, the Super Bowl XLIX, Waste Management Phoenix Open and the Barrett Jackson Auction, it is important to be alert and aware of your surroundings. Here are some things to be aware of in your neighborhood that might signify that a house is being used as a smuggling drop house or brothel: delivery of lots of mattresses, lots of fast food wrappers, cigarette butts, windows boarded up, unusual traffic patterns , and an unusual amount of condoms and lube in the trash.

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  13. Flooded landowners wait for fundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Brandon Sun

    More than 1,000 provincial disaster financial assistance claims remain open from historic floods this past summer, and nearly 300 still open dating back to 2011. Jody and Kelly Gottfried live near Pierson and have been waiting five months for the Manitoba Emergency Measures Organization to tell them whether their flood-demolished home should be fixed or if they should write it off and move on.

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  14. 3 Productive Ways to Invest Money in Real EstateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Examiner.com

    Investing in real estate is highly profitable for a number of reasons, because need for homes would never cease. Real estate industry is the most versatile so you would come across a number of ways to invest in it.

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  15. Unforgettable_House in Pohang by studio_GAONRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Archinect School Blog

    This project is a 'House within a house', which is built in a 20-year-old warehouse. A year ago in October, a young couple in their late 20s, visited our studio to build their house to live after their wedding.

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  16. Agents address racism claimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Northern Daily Leader

    CLAIMS that rife racism is blocking Aboriginal people from renting in Moree have been denounced by real estate agents, but indigenous elders suggested "elite" properties may be off limits to indigenous people. CLAIMS that rife racism is blocking Aboriginal people from renting in Moree have been denounced by real estate agents, but indigenous elders suggested "elite" properties may be off limits to indigenous people.

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  17. Over 'Am I Wrong'? Nico & Vinz know how you feelRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | Daily Herald

    If you're tired of hearing Nico & Vinz 's worldwide hit "Am I Wrong," the Norwegian duo knows just how you feel. The 23-year-old musicians from the Oslo suburbs released the optimistic, ambition-focused song in April 2013.

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  18. Ukraine's new war is against inflationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | Star Tribune

    Remembering: Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko and his wife, Maria, paid tribute at a monument to victims of a Soviet-era famine during a ceremony in Kiev on Saturday. The 1932-33 famine was engineered by Soviet authorities and killed millions of people. 7 comments

  19. Block Island | $995,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | The Block Island Times

    Private setting for 3+ bedroom 1.5 bath cedar clapboard saltbox. Beautifully landscaped yard with mature trees and gardens.

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  20. Renting and the Law: Tenant signed lease, then backed outRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | Star Tribune

    Q: We signed a one-year lease to rent a home and paid a security deposit, equal to one month's rent. Five weeks before we were to move in, we notified the owner that we had decided against renting the home.

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