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Wilma Illanes and her daughter Gabriela Cervantes, 8, pose Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, in Sonoma, Calif. Illanes and her family had to evacuate from there home as a massive wildfire swept through the area last week. While their home was sparred, Illanes, who is a baby sitter, and her husband, who is a landscaper, were both out of work for a work causing them to seek assistance due to the hardship.  AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

Unforgiving wildfires affect vineyard workers and owners

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Farmers market brings affordable produce to food deserts

- Associated Press


Pumpkin crop suffers in Delaware

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In this Oct. 17, 2017 photo, Six Pine Island Cranberry Company workers push reel harvesters, or "knocking machines" through thigh-high water in the bog, while a lead man checks for deeps holes, in order to get the cranberries off the vin in Chatsworth, N.J. Cranberries have four hollow chambers which allow them to float to the top of the bog.. (Craig Matthews/The Press of Atlantic City via AP)

5th generation cranberry farm continues to succeed

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People carry the coffin, covered with the an Egyptian flag, of police captain Ahmed Fayez who was killed in a gun battle in al-Wahat al-Bahriya area in Giza province, about 135 kilometers (84 miles) southwest of Cairo, during his funeral at Al-Hosary mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. At least 54 policemen, including 20 officers and 34 conscripts, were killed when a raid on a militant hideout southwest of Cairo escalated into an all-out firefight, authorities said Saturday, in one of the single deadliest attacks by militants against Egyptian security forces in recent years. (AP Photo/Alaa Elkassas)

54 Egyptian police killed in ambush, say officials

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FILE - In this Sept. 9, 2015, file photo, Len Don Diego, marketing manager for content at the DraftKings daily fantasy sports company, works at his station at the company's offices in Boston. Michigan state Sen. Curtis Hertel Jr., D-East Lansing, is sponsoring legislation to regulate and make legal daily fantasy sports games popularized by sites such as FanDuel and DraftKings. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)

Michigan bills would regulate daily fantasy sports

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