Costco Is Selling 3-Pound Lobster Claws

Lobsters can live to be 100 years old, grow up to 4 feet long and weigh as much as 40 pounds, which is just as heavy as a female bulldog. We typically see the l
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Body of missing Arkansas man recovered from floodwaters

Authorities have found the body of a man who had been missing in rising floodwaters on a road near the Black River in northeastern Arkansas
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Businesses, nonprofits urged to seek disaster relief

Rhode Island and Massachusetts businesses, nonprofits affected by a natural gas outage are being urged to seek federal disaster loans
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Funeral held for sailor in V-J Day Times Square kiss photo

The sailor photographed kissing a woman in Times Square at the end of World War II has been remembered at a funeral Friday
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Latest: Authorities release photo of suspect in '73 killing

California authorities have released a decades-old photo of a suspect in the 1973 killing of an 11-year-old girl in the hopes of jogging the memory of any poten
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Girl's death haunted police until arrest made 45 years later

The 1973 killing of an 11-year-old California girl reminded investigators in a seaside community to keep pressing forward on cold cases
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City overcomes stubborn Newport to reach FA Cup quarters

Manchester City finally broke through Newport's stubborn defense in the second half beat the fourth-tier side 4-1 in the FA Cup on Saturday, although the result
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Arts council grant-applying sessions scheduled

Arts organizations, artists and others interested in learning about applying for New Hampshire State Council on the Arts grants can attend upcoming hour-long re
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Vegas prosecutors say tech billionaire facing drug charges

Felony drug charges have been filed against a California tech billionaire and crime victim rights advocate who was arrested last summer with what police said we
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Fetterman starts marijuana hearings in central Pennsylvania

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman's statewide marijuana listening tour is starting in central Pennsylvania as he aims to take Pennsylvania's pulse on whether to legalize
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Virginia scandal could push newcomer into governor's office

Lingering doubts over Gov. Ralph Northam's political future after the publication of a racist yearbook photo could propel an African-American political newcomer
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Officials launch ice guessing contest on Vermont lake

Vermont officials launch annual contest to guess how long the ice will last on Lake Memphremagog
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Virginia governor's political limitations on stark display

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's great virtue, as the voters saw it, was that he wasn't a career politician, but a friendly doctor who came to politics late in lif
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McKee: New bill would improve utilities' emergency response

Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee is pushing for legislation he says will improve the emergency response of utility companies, following a weeklong natural gas outage that
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Lawsuits by fire victims swept up in PG&E bankruptcy

Some 1,000 lawsuits have been filed demanding Pacific Gas & Electric Co. pay for damages caused by wildfires
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Lawsuits demanding the PG&E pay for damages from wildfires

Some 1,000 lawsuits have been filed demanding Pacific Gas & Electric Co. pay for damages caused by wildfires
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Tuesday's Scores

Tuesday's Scores
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ERA supporters to protest daily after resolutions killed

ERA supporters to protest daily after resolutions killed
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2 lawsuit filed over Rhode Island natural gas outage

Residents and businesses in Newport have filed lawsuits over the natural gas outage on Aquidneck Island
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Loans available for businesses affected by gas outage

The state of Rhode Island is offering emergency loans of up to $25,000 for businesses that had to close because of a loss of natural gas service for a week
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National Grid: 95 percent of customers have service restored

Utility National Grid says 95 percent of customers who lost natural gas service in Rhode Island last week have had their service restored
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Courthouse to remain closed amid lingering gas outages

Officials say Newport's courthouse will remain closed Monday as efforts continue to restore natural gas service to homes and businesses
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Gas service restored to 80 percent of Newport customers

Utility company officials say they have restored gas service to more than 5,100 customers in Newport
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