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Wisconsin Residents Receive More Scam Calls With A New Twist
Fake scam calls are once again on the rise in Wisconsin. Scammers pretending to be IRS officials are now joined by scammers referencing credit cards, computer virus's and lotteries and contests, and the Consumer Hotline at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protect…
The Rising Cost of K-Cups [VIDEO]
For the lifestyle I have, k-cups are a perfect fit. I often don't have time to sit around and wait for the coffee pot to take it's sweet time. When I run out, I shop locally, and more often than not, find my favorite. Sometimes, their sold out, in that case, I use Amazon. Th…
Nobody is Buying Amazons Fire Phone, Big Surprise Huh?
According to an estimate by Charles Arthur, technology editor at The Guardian, the world's largest online retailer sold fewer than 35,000 of it's new smartphones in the first 20 days it was on the market. Compare that to Apple who sold 9 million iPhones within three days of the phones&apos…
Phone Scam Hits the Northland From Your Own Phone Number
Phones across the Northland have fallen victim to a new form of  scamming, according to the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB). Consumers around the area have reported illegal marketing calls that display their own phone number on caller ID, according to an article in th…
What’s Your Guess on Weather This Winter?
It looks like an early fall, at least around my home, and that led me to wonder about the approaching winter season. I spoke with  a meterologist, and asked. The response was basically it's a fight between El Nino and El Nina. Whoever wins, determines the winter weather.

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