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Blackhawks quick hits: Delia, DeBrincat, Kane, Quenneville, Colliton, Keith

A smattering of Blackhawks updates: Sickness spreads in locker room, Collin Delia starts Saturday, one way change from Quenneville to Colliton & more.

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Indianapolis owns a 4-0 record against Kansas City in the playoffs, but Patrick Mahomes & Co. look to change the tide and take a spot in the AFC title game.

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Whole Foods discontinuing value-focused 365 store concept

Whole Foods Market is going to discontinue its smaller, value-based 365-brand concept stores, according to an internal memo from CEO John Mackey obtained Friday.In the memo, Mackey said the grocery chain will continue to operate its 12 existing 365-brand stores but will not open any new stores, and...

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Whole Foods discontinuing value-focused 365 store concept

Whole Foods Market is going to discontinue its smaller, value-based 365-brand concept stores, according to an internal memo from CEO John Mackey obtained Friday.In the memo, Mackey said the grocery chain will continue to operate its 12 existing 365-brand stores but will not open any new stores, and...

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Whole Foods Market is going to discontinue its smaller, value-based 365-brand concept stores, according to an internal memo from CEO John Mackey obtained Friday.In the memo, Mackey said the grocery chain will continue to operate its 12 existing 365-brand stores but will not open any new stores, and...

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Macedonia Votes to Change Its Name, Taking Step to End Dispute With Greece

Macedonia’s Parliament voted to officially change the country’s name to the Republic of North Macedonia. Its door to NATO and the European Union could open — if Greece recognizes the change.

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Whole Foods Market is going to discontinue its smaller, value-based 365-brand concept stores, according to an internal memo from CEO John Mackey obtained Friday.In the memo, Mackey said the grocery chain will continue to operate its 12 existing 365-brand stores but will not open any new stores, and...

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Fizdale couldn’t bear to watch Porzingis’ impressive workout

Kristaps Porzingis’ return date remains uncertain. That won’t change for some time. He is scheduled to be evaluated again in mid-February. His return from a torn ACL wouldn’t come before then. It may not even come until next season. When David Fizdale watched his star’s individual workout...

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Teen Who Discovered Her Cold Is Terminal Brain Cancer Speaks Out: 'It's Been Emotionally Draining'

Like any other 19-year-old college freshman, Laura Nuttall expected to spend the fall of 2018 in a classroom, settling in at her new school. Instead, she underwent surgery and chemotherapy for terminal brain cancer. “I wasn’t expecting this. I was at university, just moved in. I was quite...

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The Latest: Macedonia's opposition decries name change vote

SKOPJE, Macedonia (AP) " The Latest on Macedonia's change of name (all times local):9:15 p.m.Macedonia's conservative opposition leader has accused the government of securing parliamentary approval for a constitutional amendment changing the country's name by "blackmailing" lawmakers.VMRO-DPMNE...

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Listen: Vikings begin 2019 with coordinator changes

Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer discuss Kevin Stefanski's promotion to full-time offensive coordinator, where the Vikings offense goes from here and the change at special teams coordinator.

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Whole Foods Market is going to discontinue its smaller, value-based 365-brand concept stores, according to an internal memo from CEO John Mackey obtained Friday.In the memo, Mackey said the grocery chain will continue to operate its 12 existing 365-brand stores but will not open any new stores, and...

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CPS to expand Eat What You Grow program to 130 schools thanks to $500,000 grant

The funding comes from Mars Food’s Seeds of Change Grant Program and will expand the district’s Eat What You Grow initiative to 130 CPS schools.

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Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski will 'pull everything apart'

"We're not going to change for the sake of change, we're going to change for the better," Stefanski said Friday morning when he met with the media.

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Burke successor Pat O’Connor denies conflict involving wife’s real estate sales

The alderman said there has “never been a zoning change in our community that was done for the benefit of my spouse."

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The Green New Deal is an economic stimulus concept designed to tackle income inequality and climate change.

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India Finally Has Plan to Fight Air Pollution. Environmentalists Are Wary.

As elections near, the government’s National Clean Air Program promises big change in cities, but says little about how that can be achieved.

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Gina McCarthy, a former administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency, will present “Final Arguments in People vs. Planet” as part of the George M. Ewing Canandaigua Forum at 4 p.m. Jan. 27 at Finger Lakes Community College, 3325 Marvin Sands Drive, Hopewell.McCarthy headed the EPA from...

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Netflix sued over Black Mirror by Choose Your Own Adventure publisher

The publisher of the Choose Your Own Adventure novels have decided their path: They’re suing Netflix for $25 million over its interactive Black Mirror episode “Bandersnatch.” According to a lawsuit obtained by THR, Chooseco, LLC — a publisher that’s owned the trademark to “Choose Your...

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The former Duke star has taken off since taking over as point guard in Miami. How will his development affect the Heat’s future plans?

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