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  Spanish olive-oil production may plunge 37 percent in the year through September 2013 after dry conditions stressed olive trees and as trees need to recover following three years of above-average yields, Oil World wrote. The country’s output...

Olive-oil proudction could plunge by 37% in Spain

Updated: 7/4/2012 07:44 AM

  A German company that makes passenger seats for buses and trains plans to start its first U.S. manufacturing facility in northern Indiana.

Bus seat maker to start production in N. Indiana

Updated: 7/5/2012 07:29 AM

  "The Casual Vacancy" will be the Harry Potter author's first offering aimed primarily at adults. The novel is set in the fictional English town of Pagford and deals with the unexplained death of a village resident.

Cover of new J.K. Rowling book revealed

Updated: 7/3/2012 09:41 PM

  The way Howard Slatkin talks about it, creating Torie & Howard Organic Hard Candy was just as difficult as designing million-dollar palatial spaces for the rich and famous in France, America and elsewhere.

Organic candy satisfies a sweet tooth

Updated: 7/3/2012 12:13 PM

  A kidnapping on the streets of Shanghai propels two people into a conspiracy in "The Risk Agent," Ridley Pearson's latest thriller. A man named Lu Hao witnesses a crime committed by someone high up in the Chinese government. Before he can alert the...

'The Risk Agent' crackles with suspense

Updated: 7/2/2012 04:38 PM

  "Spec Ops: The Line" takes place in Dubai six months after it has been demolished by an apocalyptic sandstorm. Only a few refugees remain, along with a U.S. Army infantry unit. After receiving a distress call from inside Dubai, your three-man...

Killing machines go haywire in 'Spec Ops'

Updated: 7/2/2012 04:44 PM

  You've got burgers to grill, pasta salad to make, the table to set, so the last thing you want to be thinking about is playing bartender at your own Fourth of July cookout. Instead of welcoming guests with the offer of a freshly muddled mojito...

How to keep a thirsty crowd sated on the Fourth and beyond

Updated: 7/3/2012 12:54 PM

  Jewerly and gold dealers in Bartlett will now be required to keep a digital photograph of each jewelry or precious metal item they buy, along with an accurate description of the items purchased or received and the name, address, driver's license...

Bartlett gold dealers now under regulation

Updated: 7/3/2012 11:43 PM

  Two 17-year-olds and a juvenile have been charged in connection to the theft of $30,000 worth of electronics from a Lindenhurst middle school.

Teens charged in $30,000 theft from Lindenhurst school

Updated: 7/3/2012 09:12 PM

  Nathan Saavedra is home for the holiday and, hopefully, for good. Doctors released the 3-year-old Carpentersville boy from Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago on Tuesday afternoon, 12 days after he underwent a kidney transplant. His mom said the...

Kidney transplant recipient out of hospital, now at home

Updated: 7/3/2012 06:10 PM

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