benefits from yogurt and large amounts of coffee. boston researchers found that women who ate five or more servings of yogurt had lower women who drank six cups of coffee a day reduced the risk link. >>> bookstores could be making a come back. barns and nobles say their website and ereaders aren't doing as well as it hopes but business is booming and they hope to launch four new prototype stores in the next fiscal year. >>> and you want to know the fish you are eating is the kind you are paying for so scientists are heading to boston to show off a new tool they created. it makes sure the fish being sold to you is grouper and not cat punish. 32% of the sea food is miss labeled costing us $25 billion a year. they plan to add tests to red snapper tuna and halibut. runners will raise money for the take stock in children. 10 community catherine numberch shows you how the combination of money and encouragement can change lives. >> i love the way some of you are waiting patiently. >> mary teaches third graders in braydenton and she sees promise in every young face. >> they are our future, our tod
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, north carolina. a tracacr-trailer carrying 4.9 million in gold bars was heading to boston when police say it was held up by two spanish-spspking men who took off with the loot in a white van. one man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for trying to fence one of the stolen gold bars to a miami pawnshop. the fbi doesn't believe he was involved in the heist but was perez has a lengthy criminal record including charges for grand theft, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, arson and trying to sell a stolen vehicle. he will make an appearance in federal court this afternoon. and police are saying that they do believe this is possibly an inside job. they have been following up on that lead for this past year as agents continue to comb over the evidence here at this home. we are learning there may also be a second suspect that has been arrested. of course, we're going too have much more on local 10 news beginning at 4:00. for now, live in opa-locka, todd tongen, local 10 news. >> constance: all right. the search is on for a man who bailed out of a car during a traffic sto
fly between miami and havana but some of the proposed flights leave from boston, new york, l.a., or denver. >>> subway is giving its customers a healthier option. >> lisa: the fast-food restaurant is now offering antibiotic-free chicken >> right now, customers can order rotisserie style chicken this comes after warnings of antibiotics being used on livestock. >> ginger: pretty soon, you won't have to wait in line at stores to check out. that's because you'll be able to pay through your smartphone. this is the part i'm not sure about. you won't even have to take it out of your pocket. google started testing a hands-free mobile payment system. users download an app. when they get near the checkout counter, the app sends the payment info to a cashier who uses a photo to confirm it is really you paying for that. if you just happen to be walking by and it picks up a signal and you're not buying anything -- >> lisa: i don't look like this on the weekends. >> ginger: what photos are they using? i don't know. i'm worried about it picking up a signal from your pocket. that could be a problem
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