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Volunteers repair FL vet's home destroyed by squatters

It was a happy homecoming Wednesday for a soldier in New Port Richey, Florida. His home, which had been nearly destroyed by squatters, was renovated and ready for him to move in.

Should new graduates move out or move back home?

A major decision for new college grads is where to move when they leave campus, especially if they're still looking to land a job.

Students hope to uplift Portland with street paintings

Portland, OR (The Skanner News) -- Two projects in the Albina Killingsworth neighborhood aim to bring people together to build community through turning intersections into public gathering places.

Experts say future airplanes will be more efficient, greener

The disruptive days of thunderous, fuel-guzzling planes hovering in our skies could be a thing of the past. So too could the tortuous queues and endless boarding process, if futuristic flight concepts become reality.

How new graduates can manage student loans

Graduation season has put U.S. student loan debt back in the spotlight, even on Capitol Hill.

WA state company brewing pot-infused coffee

Longview, WA (KPTV) -- A new coffee product that could soon be hitting shelves offers a special ingredient that just recently became legal in the state: cannabis.

GM's new Corvette Z06 competes with Lamborghini, Ferrari

General Motors' new Chevrolet Corvette Z06, expected to go on sale early next year, will produce 650 horsepower from its 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine, the automaker announced Friday.

What employers want from new college graduates

New college grads and their parents are eyeing the latest jobs report for clues on where to land a starting role. Grant Haver just graduated with a political science degree.

Why airlines make 'less than $6 per passenger'

The aviation industry thrives on big numbers.

Japanese company introduces emotional robot

When someone is being stiff and acting emotionless, we may have to quit calling them a robot.