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Incorporate seasonal ingredients into standard meals by making this caprese frittata.

Make use of a variety of the fresh vegetables you find at your farmer’s market or in your own garden to create ratatouille.

When it comes time to spiff up your home, it’s easy to run through your normal cleaning routine without thinking twice about it. Although it can feel like second nature, some common cleaning habits could actually do more harm than good. Plus, leaving behind bacteria, dust and grime only creates more work for you in the long run.

A federal judge in Cleveland has awarded $650 million in damages to two Ohio counties that sued pharmacy chains CVS, Walgreens and Walmart saying their opioid distribution policies created a public nuisance. U.S. District Judge Dan Polster released the award amounts in a ruling issued Wednesday.  A jury returned in November ruled in favor of Lake and Trumbull counties outside Cleveland after a six-week trial. Polster then conducted a hearing to determine how much the counties should receive. The damage awards are meant to help the counties abate a continuing opioid crisis. Their attorneys before trial said it would take $1 billion each for the counties to abate the crisis.

An Oklahoma lawmaker is suing for records of expenditures from the governor's coronavirus relief fund for education. A federal audit in July sharply criticized state officials' lack of oversight and accountability in how they used nearly $40 million from Governor’s Emergency Education Relief, or GEER, funds intended for education. Republican Rep. Logan Phillips filed the open records lawsuit Tuesday against the Office of Management and Enterprise Services and said Gov. Kevin Stitt and Education Secretary Ryan Walters haven't responded to his document requests. Stitt and OMES representatives said Phillips failed to attend meetings scheduled to show him the documents.

The attorneys for Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz won't present to his jurors the results of a controversial test that they said supports their belief he suffers from fetal alcohol syndrome. The attorneys told Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer on Wednesday that they won't use the test. The test compared brainwaves from the 23-year-old mass murderer with normal people. Prosecutors and critics says the test is unproven and junk. Cruz pleaded guilty to murdering 17 at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018. The jury in his ongoing penalty trial will only decide if he should be sentenced to death or life without parole. It resumes Monday with his attorneys' opening statement.


Are you passing through Montana’s Yellowstone Country this summer but don’t have enough time to tour the park? Don’t worry! There are a host of wonderful activities and day trips around the region to satisfy your need for adventure. 

If you want a lazy version of butter chicken, try this recipe from @jessryanfitness. While it takes several hours to slow cook, it’s hands-off after some quick prep work and reheats well throughout the week.

If you’re meal prepping to lose a few pounds, this @fitfoodieee recipe for low calorie teriyaki chicken is just as satisfying as your favorite takeout.

Need a healthy, high protein, vegan meal prep idea? TikTok creator @that.veganbabe has you covered with these absolutely delicious summer roll inspired bowls.

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