This undated image provided by Olive Garden shows the individual and family versions of Olive Garden's "Never Ending Pasta Pass." Olive Garden is bringing back its “Pasta Pass” that lets people gorge on as much pasta as they want for seven weeks. And friends and family are welcome to pig out too this year. (Olive Garden via AP)

Olive Garden brings back ‘Pasta Pass’

The return of the promotional stunt comes after the passes sold out in 45 minutes last year and generated considerable publicity for Olive Garden, which is trying to modernize its image.

This promotional image provided by Taco Bell shows some of the alcoholic beverages the fast food chain says it will soon be offering at a location in Chicago. Another location in San Francisco will have beer and wine, but no mixed drinks. The restaurant design is called “Taco Bell Cantina” and features an open kitchen and a menu of “tapas-style” appetizers in the evening. (Taco Bell via AP)

Wine and tapas? Taco Bell to serve them in Chicago

The chain says it will open a location that serves wine, beer, sangria and frozen mixed drinks in Chicago next week, marking the first time it will serve alcohol in the United States.

FILE - This Monday, Aug. 11, 2015, file photo, shows a Target store in Miami. Target has teamed with Instacart to launch a grocery delivery service in Minneapolis, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015. Target said it's exploring plans to expand to other markets. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky, File)

Target tests grocery delivery service

Target’s move comes as the discounter aims to bolster its online business under CEO Brian Cornell, who came on board in August 2014 and is reshaping its business.

Law enforcement walk across the Delta State University campus to search for an active shooter in connection with a the shooting of history professor Ethan Schmidt in his office in Cleveland, Miss., Monday, Sept. 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Suspect in 2 Mississippi killings dies of apparent suicide

After an intense manhunt, authorities in Mississippi said a college instructor wanted in the deaths of a woman he lived with and a university professor he worked with died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.