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Roach drops from ceiling into pot of pork at restaurant,...

Customers rave about the great tacos and breakfast at El Gallo de Jalisco in the 3200 block of White Oak Drive, but when health inspectors stopped by they saw a roach drop from the ceiling into a pot of pork on the stove below.

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Homeowner says letter carrier threw package towards front...

A homeowner says he is upset after a postal worker threw a package towards his front porch.

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Good but not great: US economy grows 2.3%

America's economy picked up some momentum this spring and summer, but it didn't wow.

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Etihad sued over 'injuries' from obese flier

Obesity is already a big issue in aviation, now a court case in Australia could make it even bigger.

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Gun silencer sales are soaring

Gun silencer sales are on fire. The number of registered silencers surged 38% from last year to 792,282 in February 2015, according to the most recent figures from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

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List of top 10 consumer complaints released

Shady car dealers, shoddy home-repair jobs and credit card fees top the list of complaints people have about their interactions with businesses in 2014.

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Stick a fork in Whole Foods?

Whole Foods may be toast. Granted, it's toast made from pricey, gluten-free, organic honey oat bread. But toast nonetheless.

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Testing products to stop repeated robocalls

Extended auto warranties, fake debt collectors or credit card services... whatever the pre-recorded call is about, when you didn't give a company permission to call you, those robocalls are annoying and illegal.

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Testing products to stop repeated robocalls

Extended auto warranties, fake debt collectors or credit card services... whatever the pre-recorded call is about, when you didn't give a company permission to call you, those robocalls are annoying and illegal.

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Consumer News: Warning about misleading packaging,...

Pretty soon you'll have a new way to eat fresh at Subway and Walmart is warning its vendors to avoid misleading labels on packaging.  Consumer Expert Amy Davis has that and more in today's consumer headlines.

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