What Do Fast Food Workers Advise Against At Their Own Restaurants? [AUDIO]
Fast food…unhealthy? Perhaps. But many of us like the convenience. An internet survey of fast food workers asked them what offerings in their restaurants they would steer clear of.
New Jerseyans Spend A Lot Of Money On Their Pets Each Year [AUDIO]
We spend billions of dollars a year on our cats and dogs. In these tough-money times, there are ways to economize without doing wrong by your pet.
Walking – The New Wonder Drug [AUDIO]
Doctors have been extolling the virtues of walking for years, now the Federal Centers for Disease Control have raised walking to a new level of approval.
Gas Price Record May Be Set This Year [AUDIO]
Gas prices have been on the climb again. Some observers believe the year 2012 may wind up setting a new record high for the year as a whole.
Senators Complain About Fake Licenses From China [AUDIO]
We first told you about this a few weeks ago: phony driver’s licenses selling on the web that use technology to faithfully reproduce the real McCoy and it has Homeland Security Officials alarmed. Now, Washington’s starting to take notice.
Forecasters Upgrade Hurricane Season Predictions [AUDIO]
The National Weather Service has updated their predictions for this hurricane season and they have upped the number of predicted storms.
Garden State Foreclosures Way Up [AUDIO]
There’s good and bad news on the mortgage foreclosure front. Nationally, foreclosures dropped three percent in July, but they jumped way up in New Jersey compared to a year ago.
Where Are Gas Prices Headed? [AUDIO]
Gas prices have been going up all summer as world traders rediscover crude oil as an investment. So where will this round of increases end?
Fewer Teens Driving [AUDIO]
While studies show the number of teens and young adults getting a driver’s license is declining, the auto industry continues to focus strongly on the youth market.
New Survey Find Cursing On The Job Can Short-Circuit Career [AUDIO]
A new workplace survey finds many people resort to swearing on the job. Not surprisingly, the same survey finds salty language may not put your career on the fast track.