TRAFFIC ALERT: Grass fire along East Freeway at Normandy

A grass fire is causing traffic delays along the East Freeway eastbound at Normandy.

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New car repair service connects drivers to mechanics

Drivers no longer have to wait for a mechanic to figure out why their car’s check engine light is on.

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New car repair service connects drivers to mechanics

Drivers no longer have to wait for a mechanic to figure out why their car’s check engine light is on.

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GoDaddy races onto Wall Street with $460 million IPO

GoDaddy is ready for its first lap around Wall Street.

The website hosting service known for its racy Super Bowl ads and sponsorship of NASCAR star Danica Patrick raised $460 million Tuesday night through an initial public offering.

GoDaddy priced…

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McDonald's will test all-day breakfast

McDonald's is giving late sleepers and big breakfast fans something to smile about by serving McMuffins all day, everyday at some locations.

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Jack Lew: China's currency is not ready for prime time

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Tuesday that China's yuan is not yet ready to join an elite grouping of currencies used by the International Monetary Fund.

China has expressed interest in having the yuan included in the IMF's Special Drawing…

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100 Corinthian College students refuse to pay loans

Dawn Thompson racked up $155,000 in student loans for a Corinthian College degree that proved worthless. Now she refuses to pay it off.

It's a risky move, but she's not alone. More than 100 of the now-defunct for-profit school's students are taking…

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Will Instagram shut down this 17-year-old's app?

It's a 17-year-old kid against a $35 billion company.

Los Angeles high school student Caleb Benn has developed an app called Uploader for Instagram, which is exactly what it sounds like. It allows users to upload photos to Instagram directly from…

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Walmart to Arkansas gov.: Veto religious freedom law

Walmart's CEO is standing up against a religious freedom law that just landed on the governor's desk in Arkansas, home to the company's headquarters.

It's similar to the law Indiana adopted last week, which sparked outrage from those who say it…

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Poor families spend $600 more on prom than wealthier ones

Poor families plan to spend more than 5% of their income on prom this year, according to a new survey.

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Amazon Dash: Never run out of toilet paper again

Amazon wants to make ordering its products as easy as a click of a button -- literally.

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