Mother Nature the big winner on HS football fields

Monsoon storms pushed through the Tucson area Friday night, wreaking havoc on several high school football games.

As a result, there will be an extra dose of football today.

Five local games will be resumed today — including the Oro Valley Super Bowl between Canyon del Oro and Ironwood Ridge — and another will be started from the beginning as lightning kept it from ever kicking off.

Flowing Wells will get the action started today when it resumes Friday night’s game against visiting Amphitheater at 8 a.m. The host Caballeros led 21-7 with 7:36 remaining in the second quarter when the game was suspended.

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FTC refunds $3 million to consumers for cactus juice drink

  1. TriVita applied for registration of NOPALEA for use in connection with “dietary and nutritional supplements containing, in whole or in substantial part, nopal juice”. The examiner rejected TriVita's application under § 2(e) of the Lanham Act, which
  2. The beverage, Nopalea®, was advertised with infomercials that included unsupported product claims, including anti-inflammatory properties, and featured testimonials from consumers who were compensated for selling the product. TriVita did not admit 
  3. Law360, New York (April 17, 2015, 4:22 PM ET) -- A year after the Federal Trade Commission fined supplement maker TriVita Inc. $3.5 million for making unsupported health claims about its Nopalea cactus juice drink, a federal appeals court on Friday
  4. The Federal Trade Commission announced Tuesday that dietary supplement company TriVita, Inc., the marketer of the drink Nopalea, has agreed to provide $3.5 million in customer refunds to settle charges that its ads deceived consumers with unsupported 
  5. Could be but the Federal Trade Commission is mailing nearly 500,000 checks totaling about $3 million to consumers who actually ordered the stuff and, presumably, drank it based on TriVita's claims that the juice, sold under the name Nopalea, would