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Jalajhia Finklea's missing person flyer

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Florida law enforcement officials found what is believed to be the body of Jalajhia Finklea, 18, of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe. Finklea was last seen in October, getting into a vehicle driven by Luis Zaragoza in New Bedford. Finklea was pregnant.

A positive identification is still pending. An autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death.


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Next week will be full of economic data for investors to sort through, as we close out a month that has seen huge gains for the Dow and the S&P 500.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed almost 13% this month, and if it remains strong by session’s close on Monday, this will be the best month for the index since 1987. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 had risen over 11%.

“The theme in the market right now is definitely hope and optimism versus the on the ground dynamic with [the virus],” said Gregory Faranello of AmeriVet Securities. “The real question is can the vaccine rally hold up if we see the virus rise and we continue to see shutdowns. How does the market perform in light of that?”

What is on the economic calendar next week?


How to stick to your goals during the holidays

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The holiday season is when most of us tend to get sidetracked trying to balance gift-buying and staying focused on our goals.

While the holidays should be a time of celebration and relaxation, it’s crucial to stay on track and not let your goal achievement get derailed.

Thankfully, there are some simple tips you can follow to make sure you stay on track.

You won’t have to sacrifice the entire holiday season to remain motivated. Check out this list to find out more!


There are tons of reasons to add more vitamin C to your diet – it boosts your immune system, reduces inflammation, and gives your skin a healthy glow. So, if you’re trying to naturally boost your vitamin C intake, there are 12 foods that can help you do just that.

Red bell peppers are a great way to get more vitamin C in your diet. The peppers are versatile and can be added to countless recipes including omelettes, salads, stir fry, casseroles, and more. Just one red bell pepper provides 169 percent of the minimum recommended daily dose of vitamin C.

Did you know that potatoes are a great source of vitamin C? A medium-sized potato contains about 30 percent of your daily recommended vitamin C dose. The trick is to leave the vitamin-rich peel on to ensure you are receiving the highest amount of vitamin C possible.  What other foods can help you boost your vitamin C intake?


Why do auto insurance policies vary in price from one state to the next?

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If you’ve ever made a move from one side of the country to another (or sometimes, just one state over) you’ve probably noticed that one of the bills that changed the most was your automobile insurance.

But what you probably didn’t know was why…

After all, more than just a population change can influence what you’re going to pay for automobile insurance premiums. Ultimately, there are seven factors that will influence premium costs in any state. Learn them now and never have to wonder again.

Stay Informed,


Rex Jackson

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