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Gastronomic gumshoe Scott Taylor: Protecting you from Chinese buffets.
Rest easy tonight, knowing that award-winning Action 19 investigative reporter Scott Taylor is out there protecting you and your children from the bad guys who want to lure you to a $5.99 all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet infested with cockroaches -- which, incidentally, is still a great deal! While you're at it, be sure to check out the gastronomic gumshoe's last searing take-down of immigrants from developing countries trying to bring their cuisine and hope for a better future to our country: "Roaches throw a fiesta," a wicked stomp on La Fiesta in Richmond Heights. Motto: Action 19: If there's something crawling in your food, it's probably weatherman Jeff Tanchak. If not, call us. -- Jared Klaus

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