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LYNCHBURG, Va. – A 40-year-old Lynchburg man who broke into a woman’s home multiple times, stole her clothes and then sometimes returned them is in jail, according to the Lynchburg Police Department. On Monday at 10:54 a.m., officers responded to the 400 block of Three Creeks Court for a reported burglary in progress. A woman …

(Kitco News) – Researchers said gold is a key ingredient in solving a technological hurdle — making comfortable, wearable clothes that can also emit light. Illuminated clothing could have widespread use: making construction workers and people exercising at night more visible. It could be used in-store uniforms. Fashion designers would also have a …

A Miami-Dade woman says she feels violated after in-home surveillance footage captured three men breaking into her Northeast Miami-Dade home Friday afternoon. The homeowner, Elsie Szyller, says the alleged thieves stole clothes and electronics. Video of the burglary shows the burglars crawling through Szyller’s son’s bedroom window. They can be seen rummaging through drawers, and …

The defection of England’s Prince Harry and his American bride, the duke and duchess of something-or-other, is a refreshing break from more serious news and the best celebrity-gossip story of the new year. Like real people with minds of their own fed up with the royal masquerade, the young couple is trying to make a …

(Yahoo Finance Canada) More The death of the retail industry may have been greatly exaggerated – but that doesn’t mean the industry isn’t currently going through major disruptive and fundamental changes. For this special series, Yahoo Finance Canada will look at how the retail scene is developing, what companies are doing to adapt, and what …

The importance of kids clothing is on the rise. Now more than ever, a child’s creativity is showcased in his or her wardrobe, and whether your child makes all their own outfit decisions or you as a parents just want to see your son or daughter looking their best, this year there is plenty of …

Many of us can remember our parents dressing us up in new clothes every Easter so we could parade around the neighborhood in our finest. It was a fun tradition to look forward to (or avoid, as some fashion-phobic children were known to do), whether we went to church or not. But where did this …