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Topic - Cvs
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A former CVS store manager in St. Louis County has been indicted by a federal grand jury of embezzling more than $30,000 by submitting fake returns of items never purchased by customers.
Detroit police say they've arrested three men in the fatal shooting of a security guard who intervened during a carjacking outside a CVS pharmacy.
Three men are being sought in the shooting death of a security guard who intervened during a carjacking outside a CVS pharmacy in northwest Detroit.
Rhode Island's health director has suspended the license of a pharmacy technician who admitted to taking an estimated 4,300 pills from CVS pharmacies.
Customers of some medical marijuana dispensaries are discovering this week that they don't have to go far if they have a case of the munchies.
An Augusta man has been sentenced to spend two years in prison after pleading guilty to robbing two city pharmacies in 2012.
A former Holyoke, Mass., man has pleaded guilty in federal court in Hartford to numerous pharmacy robberies in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Local health officials in western Massachusetts hope to capitalize on the decision by CVS to phase out the sale of tobacco products by seeking to curb tobacco sales in Berkshire County.
Slushy highways and streets were mostly desolate and ice encased trees and sent them crashing into power lines, knocking out electricity to a wide swath of the South as the winter-weary region was hit with its second winter storm in two weeks.
Recent editorials from Kentucky newspapers:
The owner of a suburban Des Moines tattoo parlor says he thinks his appearance led a local pharmacist to deny him service.
Tobacco is the nanny state's favorite punching bag. Attention-seeking politicians win headlines by introducing a bill or ordinance to ban lighting up somewhere. This requires an ever-creative imagination, because most restaurants, bars, stores and workplaces are already off-limits.
A Pittsburgh woman questioned after a candy store robbery earlier this week has been jailed on charges she robbed that business and six others - sometimes while brandishing a handgun - in 17 days.
Police have charged a Dover man with assaulting an 83-year-old woman during a home invasion.
Juli Inkster believes the LPGA can become a success for the long haul in her native Bay Area.