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WJXT Jacksonville
Actress denounces Mississippi flag on red carpetActress Aunjanue Ellis used the red carpet at the NAACP Image Awards on Friday
Actress denounces Mississippi flag on red carpet
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 2 minutes ago
Actress Aunjanue Ellis used the red carpet at the NAACP Image Awards on Friday to take a political stand. The "Quantico" star wore a white dress emblazoned with the phrase "Take It Down Mississippi," a reference to ongoing debate over the state... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Actress denounces Mississippi flag on red carpetActress Aunjanue Ellis used the red carpet at the NAACP Image Awards on Friday
Actress denounces Mississippi flag on red carpet
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 6 minutes ago
Actress Aunjanue Ellis used the red carpet at the NAACP Image Awards on Friday to take a political stand. The "Quantico" star wore a white dress emblazoned with the phrase "Take It Down Mississippi," a reference to ongoing debate over the state... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Actress denounces Mississippi flag on red carpetActress Aunjanue Ellis used the red carpet at the NAACP Image Awards on Friday
Actress denounces Mississippi flag on red carpet
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 9 minutes ago
Actress Aunjanue Ellis used the red carpet at the NAACP Image Awards on Friday to take a political stand. The "Quantico" star wore a white dress emblazoned with the phrase "Take It Down Mississippi," a reference to ongoing debate over the state... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Super Bowl predicting grizzly likes Denver this yearFIRST ALERT TRAFFIC: Congestion has cleared on I-10 W from the I-10/12 to Dalry
Super Bowl predicting grizzly likes Denver this year
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 23 minutes ago
FIRST ALERT TRAFFIC: Congestion has cleared on I-10 W from the I-10/12 to Dalrymple Dr.FIRST ALERT TRAFFIC: Congestion has cleared on I-10 W from the I-10/12 to Dalrymple Dr. Congestion has cleared on I-10 West from the I-10/12 to Dalrymple Drive.... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
America's story hits home in Memphis, where the National Civil Rights Museum bears witness for all"This is the story of a people.... It is an American story," read the sign by t
America's story hits home in Memphis, where the National Civil Rights Museum bears witness for all
Los Angeles Times / Posted an hour ago
"This is the story of a people.... It is an American story," read the sign by the entrance to the National Civil Rights Museum. It's a tale "of hopes and dreams, of challenge and change." And the story, the sign concludes, "continues today — with... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Uncommon advocate: Conservative Christian Joseph Castleberry unabashedly supports immigrants“I’m going to have Mexican grandchildren and I can’t wait!” Joseph Castleberry
Uncommon advocate: Conservative Christian Joseph Castleberry unabashedly supports immigrants
The Seattle Times / Posted an hour ago
“I’m going to have Mexican grandchildren and I can’t wait!” Joseph Castleberry, president of evangelical Northwest University in Kirkland, and a conservative who counts Ronald Reagan as one of his political heroes, has a lot of surprises up his... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
President Obama: Religious freedom keeps us strongThis past week, I had the privilege of visiting the Islamic Society of Baltimor
President Obama: Religious freedom keeps us strong
National Catholic Reporter / Posted an hour ago
This past week, I had the privilege of visiting the Islamic Society of Baltimore, a mosque that serves thousands of Muslim American families, as well as neighbors of different faiths. Like houses of worship across our country, it’s a place where... Read more
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CBC.ca
CBC Forum: When should courts and police be allowed to take your DNA?An Ontario man convicted of animal abuse has been ordered to give a DNA sample
CBC Forum: When should courts and police be allowed to take your DNA?
CBC.ca / Posted an hour ago
An Ontario man convicted of animal abuse has been ordered to give a DNA sample in case he commits crimes in the future. Justice Micheline Rawlins of Ontario Superior Court this past week ordered the man to submit his DNA to a national police... Read more
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USA Today
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else wouldBOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else would
USA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
BOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks, a leader of the Deacons of Defense in the 1960s, received a state historic marker in 2014 and was recognized on the National Register of Historic places in 2015. Now,... Read more
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Salon.com
College is still for white people: Our universities have become a hostile place for African-AmericansWhen it comes to college, from the moment African-American high school students
College is still for white people: Our universities have become a hostile place for African-Americans
Salon.com / Posted 2 hours ago
When it comes to college, from the moment African-American high school students receive those wonderful large envelopes, the ones with the beautifully written acceptance letters from a predominately white university saying. “Congratulations!,” little... Read more
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CBC.ca
DNA order in animal abuse case sparks privacy debateA southern Ontario man admits he bound a dog's snout, neck and legs with electr
DNA order in animal abuse case sparks privacy debate
CBC.ca / Posted 3 hours ago
A southern Ontario man admits he bound a dog's snout, neck and legs with electrical tape and left it for dead behind a shopping centre in Windsor, Ont. As disturbing as the crime was, it's his punishment that has the legal and human rights... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Woman shows up at her own funeralMorgan City family says goodbye to Buffalo SoliderMorgan City family says goodb
Woman shows up at her own funeral
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 3 hours ago
Morgan City family says goodbye to Buffalo SoliderMorgan City family says goodbye to Buffalo Solider The Skinner family of Morgan City said goodbye Friday to one of the few remaining Louisiana soldiers from a special unit of the greatest... Read more
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The Maui News
Bill seeks to close wage gapHONOLULU (AP) - Data show that women in Hawaii make less than men in the same j
Bill seeks to close wage gap
The Maui News / Posted 3 hours ago
HONOLULU (AP) - Data show that women in Hawaii make less than men in the same job, and state lawmakers have noticed. They're considering a bill to strengthen Hawaii's equal pay law and help close the wage gap. Right now, lawmakers say, women earn 86... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Cooler than normal temperatures through Mardi GrasFIRST ALERT WEATHER: FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Clouds will be around today, but we
Cooler than normal temperatures through Mardi Gras
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 4 hours ago
FIRST ALERT WEATHER: FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Clouds will be around today, but we are expected to stay rain free. A stray sprinkle or two will be... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true AmericanFifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahm
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true American
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 5 hours ago
Fifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahmer Sr. because he believed in the right of all Americans to vote. “He was a remarkable person,” said Taylor Branch, who wrote about Dahmer in his Pulitzer-Prize winning... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true AmericanFifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahm
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true American
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 6 hours ago
Fifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahmer Sr. because he believed in the right of all Americans to vote. “He was a remarkable person,” said Taylor Branch, who wrote about Dahmer in his Pulitzer-Prize winning... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true AmericanFifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahm
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true American
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 6 hours ago
Fifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahmer Sr. because he believed in the right of all Americans to vote. “He was a remarkable person,” said Taylor Branch, who wrote about Dahmer in his Pulitzer-Prize winning... Read more
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Al.com
Alabama school officials reviewing rules for transgender studentsAlabama education officials have spent the last few weeks reviewing legal issue
Alabama school officials reviewing rules for transgender students
Al.com / Posted 6 hours ago
Alabama education officials have spent the last few weeks reviewing legal issues associated with transgender students and access to locker rooms and bathrooms on school properties. Officials with the Alabama Association of School Boards -- during... Read more
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York Daily Record
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else wouldBOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else would
York Daily Record / Posted 6 hours ago
BOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks, a leader of the Deacons of Defense in the 1960s, received a state historic marker in 2014 and was recognized on the National Register of Historic places in 2015. Now,... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true AmericanFifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahm
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true American
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 6 hours ago
Fifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahmer Sr. because he believed in the right of all Americans to vote. “He was a remarkable person,” said Taylor Branch, who wrote about Dahmer in his Pulitzer-Prize winning... Read more
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USA Today
Civil rights advance man Reggie Robinson recalls tales from front linesWASHINGTON--Within days of arriving in McComb, Miss., in 1961, Reggie Robinson
Civil rights advance man Reggie Robinson recalls tales from front lines
USA Today / Posted 6 hours ago
WASHINGTON--Within days of arriving in McComb, Miss., in 1961, Reggie Robinson set out to find housing, open accounts with black-owned restaurants and drum up support from locals willing to challenge segregation. He didn’t have much time. More civil... Read more
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USA Today
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true AmericanFifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahm
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true American
USA Today / Posted 6 hours ago
Fifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahmer Sr. because he believed in the right of all Americans to vote. “He was a remarkable person,” said Taylor Branch, who wrote about Dahmer in his Pulitzer-Prize winning... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Columbus needs new Democratic leadership Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion The past few years have
Columbus needs new Democratic leadership
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 6 hours ago
Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion The past few years have seen exciting developments within local Democratic parties across the country. Cities with long-entrenched party establishments... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true AmericanFifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahm
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true American
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 6 hours ago
Fifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahmer Sr. because he believed in the right of all Americans to vote. “He was a remarkable person,” said Taylor Branch, who wrote about Dahmer in his Pulitzer-Prize winning... Read more
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First Coast News
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true AmericanFifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahm
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true American
First Coast News / Posted 6 hours ago
Fifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahmer Sr. because he believed in the right of all Americans to vote. “He was a remarkable person,” said Taylor Branch, who wrote about Dahmer in his Pulitzer-Prize winning... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true AmericanFifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahm
Vernon Dahmer, civil rights martyr, remembered as true American
KTVB Boise / Posted 6 hours ago
Fifty years ago, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Mississippi NAACP leader Vernon Dahmer Sr. because he believed in the right of all Americans to vote. “He was a remarkable person,” said Taylor Branch, who wrote about Dahmer in his Pulitzer-Prize winning... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else wouldBOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else would
Detroit Free Press / Posted 7 hours ago
BOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks, a leader of the Deacons of Defense in the 1960s, received a state historic marker in 2014 and was recognized on the National Register of Historic places in 2015. Now,... Read more
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Daily Journal
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else wouldBOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else would
Daily Journal / Posted 7 hours ago
BOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks, a leader of the Deacons of Defense in the 1960s, received a state historic marker in 2014 and was recognized on the National Register of Historic places in 2015. Now,... Read more
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Daily Record
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else wouldBOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else would
Daily Record / Posted 7 hours ago
BOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks, a leader of the Deacons of Defense in the 1960s, received a state historic marker in 2014 and was recognized on the National Register of Historic places in 2015. Now,... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else wouldBOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else would
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 7 hours ago
BOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks, a leader of the Deacons of Defense in the 1960s, received a state historic marker in 2014 and was recognized on the National Register of Historic places in 2015. Now,... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else wouldBOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks
Deacons of Defense provided protection when no one else would
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 7 hours ago
BOGALUSA, La. -- The home of the late civil rights activist Robert "Bob'' Hicks, a leader of the Deacons of Defense in the 1960s, received a state historic marker in 2014 and was recognized on the National Register of Historic places in 2015. Now,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Stick it to the manA polite name for it would have been racial blackmail except that its practitio
Stick it to the man
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 hours ago
A polite name for it would have been racial blackmail except that its practitioners--establishment types all--would have been much too well-bred to call it that. To quote the attorney general of the United States at the time, The Hon. Nicholas... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Staples wows fans, Takes Them ThereGrammy-award-winning R&B/gospel singer Mavis Staples can charm a crowd with her
Staples wows fans, Takes Them There
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 hours ago
Grammy-award-winning R&B/gospel singer Mavis Staples can charm a crowd with her teasing-nurturing manner of a favorite granny or aunt, greeting the folks on the front row and cooing over a youngster. And, boy, can she ever sing, still with that... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Black Civil War soldiers honored only in PennsylvaniaStrolling through a cemetery around a national holiday, when bright flags mark
Black Civil War soldiers honored only in Pennsylvania
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 9 hours ago
Strolling through a cemetery around a national holiday, when bright flags mark each veteran's grave, it's easy to overlook the four letters carved into some: "U.S.C.I." They stand for United States Colored Infantry, and they mark the resting place... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Production celebrates Black History Month at Oklahoma City-area librariesThe Metropolitan Library System invites the community to celebrate Black Histor
Production celebrates Black History Month at Oklahoma City-area libraries
The Oklahoman / Posted 11 hours ago
The Metropolitan Library System invites the community to celebrate Black History Month with original dramatic performances by Rhythmically Speaking. The singing, dancing and acting troupe is touring libraries in the Oklahoma County system this... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
City to settle jail injury suitDenton City Council members have given the green light to settle a civil rights
City to settle jail injury suit
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
Denton City Council members have given the green light to settle a civil rights lawsuit filed against the city and former police jailer Darius Porter. In the 17-page suit, Jason Bishop’s attorney, Daryl Washington, alleges Porter’s use of excessive... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Lloyd McK. Alston,longtime city educator, diesLloyd McK. Alston, a retired city public school assistant superintendent who la
Lloyd McK. Alston,longtime city educator, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
Lloyd McK. Alston, a retired city public school assistant superintendent who later became vice president of the Baltimore Urban League, died Jan. 31 of respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 83. "I knew him in the school... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Even Steve Spurrier wants Peyton Manning to go from Citrus Bowl MVP to Super Bowl MVPAs it relates to the Big 12 and the red-hot, renewed expansion talk in college
Even Steve Spurrier wants Peyton Manning to go from Citrus Bowl MVP to Super Bowl MVP
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 14 hours ago
As it relates to the Big 12 and the red-hot, renewed expansion talk in college football's most vulnerable and volatile Power Five conference, you would think the national media would be more educated about UCF. This isn't meant as a knock on anybody... Read more
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The Advocate
District Attorney says no criminal charges will be filed in death of handcuffed man shot in backseat of Iberia Parish deputy’s carSaying evidence is lacking to disprove the official account that Victor White I
District Attorney says no criminal charges will be filed in death of handcuffed man shot in backseat of Iberia Parish deputy’s car
The Advocate / Posted 14 hours ago
Saying evidence is lacking to disprove the official account that Victor White III shot and killed himself while handcuffed in the back of a police car, the 16th Judicial District Attorney’s Office announced Friday it will not file criminal charges in... Read more
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Variety
NAACP Image Awards: Winners List (Updating Live)The 47th annual NAACP Image Awards, hosted by Anthony Anderson, are currently u
NAACP Image Awards: Winners List (Updating Live)
Variety / Posted 15 hours ago
The 47th annual NAACP Image Awards, hosted by Anthony Anderson, are currently underway in Los Angeles. Updated list of winners: ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR • Michael B. Jordan • Misty Copeland • Pharrell Williams • Shonda Rhimes • Viola... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Hawaii bill seeks equal pay for women to close wage gapBy MARINA RIKER Associated Press HONOLULU (AP) - Data shows that Hawaii women
Hawaii bill seeks equal pay for women to close wage gap
Hawaii News Now / Posted 15 hours ago
By MARINA RIKER Associated Press HONOLULU (AP) - Data shows that Hawaii women make less than men in the same job, and state lawmakers have noticed. They're considering a bill to strengthen Hawaii's equal pay law and help close the wage gap. Right... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Lawsuit filed in SLT police officer shootingAfter months of threatening to sue the city of South Lake Tahoe, the parents of
Lawsuit filed in SLT police officer shooting
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 15 hours ago
After months of threatening to sue the city of South Lake Tahoe, the parents of the man who was fatally shot by a police officer have done so. Attorney Alan Laskin filed the wrongful death and civil rights lawsuit in federal court in Sacramento. His... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Even Steve Spurrier wants Peyton Manning to go from Citrus Bowl MVP to Super Bowl MVPAs it relates to the Big 12 and the red-hot, renewed expansion talk in college
Even Steve Spurrier wants Peyton Manning to go from Citrus Bowl MVP to Super Bowl MVP
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 16 hours ago
As it relates to the Big 12 and the red-hot, renewed expansion talk in college football's most vulnerable and volatile Power Five conference, you would think the national media would be more educated about UCF. This isn't meant as a knock on anybody... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Fairness in W.Va. Discussed at Wheeling Jesuit University PanelWheeling Jesuit University's Appalachian Institute hosted a panel discussion co
Fairness in W.Va. Discussed at Wheeling Jesuit University Panel
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 16 hours ago
Wheeling Jesuit University's Appalachian Institute hosted a panel discussion concerning lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues in West Virginia at the university's recital hall Thursday evening. The discussion was the first of the institute's... Read more
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Daily Mail
Should scientists stop thinking about race? 'Misleading' racial labels should be ignored in genetic research, say experts
Should scientists stop thinking about race?
Daily Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
'Misleading' racial labels should be ignored in genetic research, say experts Paper calls on experts to find better ways to divide people in genetics Claims race is a social construct that should be... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Owensboro agencies helping homeless keep warm1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie
Owensboro agencies helping homeless keep warm
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 16 hours ago
1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie Highway, near Pendleton Road, around 6:30 p.m. Friday. The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Orentlicher enters race for 8th district congressional seat1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie
Orentlicher enters race for 8th district congressional seat
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 16 hours ago
1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie Highway, near Pendleton Road, around 6:30 p.m. Friday. The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Reports of stolen/lost license plates on the rise1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie
Reports of stolen/lost license plates on the rise
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 16 hours ago
1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie Highway, near Pendleton Road, around 6:30 p.m. Friday. The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Lent preparations underway at Tin Fish1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie
Lent preparations underway at Tin Fish
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 16 hours ago
1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie Highway, near Pendleton Road, around 6:30 p.m. Friday. The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Free-standing Starbucks coming to Henderson1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie
Free-standing Starbucks coming to Henderson
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 16 hours ago
1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Dixie Highway The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie Highway, near Pendleton Road, around 6:30 p.m. Friday. The crash was reported in the 13000 block of Dixie... Read more
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