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Amazon worker dies after crash at Pennsylvania warehouse

A 22-year-old man has died days after he was involved in a crash while working at an Amazon warehouse outside Carlisle, Pennsylvania, authorities said. Alex Carrillo, of New Oxford, died Saturday at Holy Spirit Hospital, according to Cumberland County Coroner Charley Hall. Carrillo’s death was ruled accidental as a result of multiple traumatic injuries.
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Fire investigation underway at Amazon Plant in Appling

APPLING, Ga. (WJBF) – Fire crews were dispatched to the local Amazon plant located at 2150 Discovery Drive at 11:59 p.m. Monday night. En route, they were advised that there was a water flow alarm. When crews arrived, evacuation had already taken place. Smoke conditions were encountered when entering Division 2 of the building. Crews […]
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Suspected porch pirate arrested

MIDLAND, Texas (KMID/KPEJ)- A Midland man was arrested late last week after police said he was caught on camera stealing packages from a woman’s front porch. Reginald Carter, 50, has been charged with Mail Theft. On July 29, a woman called 911 after she received a Ring notification that someone was at her front door. […]
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Must-Have Adidas Ultraboost Running Shoes Are on Sale Now at Amazon

The Adidas Ultraboost 21 shoe is known for its comfort, sleek style and energy return. Whether you're running, walking or training, these Adidas workout shoes are a staple for anyone with an active lifestyle. The sneakers have a sock-like fit, lace closure, knit upper and a cushiony sole. As the Adidas website puts it, the Ultraboost 21 is the "pinnacle harmonization of weight, cushioning, and responsiveness." It's a great gift too!
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Amazon Prime Video Top 10 Shows and Movies: New and Trending Today, August 9

On Monday, The Terminal List was booted from the No. 1 spot after more than a month on the top of Amazon's top 10 shows and movies list. Today, The Terminal List returns to that spot, proving that Chris Pratt's military thriller's stay as the most watched show on Prime Video is interminal. Ron Howard's Thirteen Lives, which momentarily toppled The Terminal List, is now at No. 3, one spot behind The Boys. Back on the list is Forever Summer: Hamptons, which sits at No. 10.
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Amazon driver acted in self-defense when shooting knife-wielding man

MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (WXIX) - An Amazon delivery driver is not facing any charges after he shot a knife-wielding man on Sunday. The driver was out on his route when the suspect, Christopher Roberts, walked up to him with a knife, according to Middletown police. “Obviously, he [Amazon driver] was in...
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Amazon's palm payments arrive in more than 65 Whole Foods stores in California

Amazon's palm-reading payment technology will soon be available in many more Whole Foods stores. The company is rolling out Amazon One to more than 65 Whole Foods shops in California, starting with Malibu, Montana Avenue and Santa Monica locations in Los Angeles. More stores in LA, Orange County, Sacramento, the San Francisco Bay Area and Santa Cruz will come online in the "coming weeks."
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This Stick Vacuum with 'Terrific Suction' Is on Sale for Under $100 at Amazon Right Now

Any time there's a mess on the floor, it's such a pain to lug out a hefty, unwieldy corded vacuum cleaner — even if it's a powerful device. Rather than be attached to the wall — thanks to a short cord, that is — you might as well opt for a stick vacuum, one that gives you the freedom to maneuver around the house without being chained to an outlet.
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Get Amazon Music Unlimited & Epix Together For Just $1 — Save Nearly a Whopping 95 Percent

Want two great streaming services on the cheap? Amazon's got you covered. Right now, new subscribers can get Amazon Music Unlimited for music streaming, as well as Epix (via Prime Video) for movies and TV streaming together for just $1/mo. for two months -- that's nearly a whopping 95 percent savings. After the two months is up, the price jumps back up to full retail -- $9/mo. and $6/mo., respectively.
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Amazon sold unauthorized mole removers, and the FDA isn’t happy about it

Unauthorized mole and skin tag removers sold on Amazon put the company in the crosshairs of the Food and Drug Administration, which sent a warning letter to the retail giant this month asking that it remove the products from its website. There are no authorized over-the-counter drugs that remove moles...
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