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The Post-Journal
Strong Spring ContinuesJohnson finished 1 for 5 with an additional sacrifice fly in Game 2 after going
Strong Spring Continues
The Post-Journal / Posted 31 minutes ago
Johnson finished 1 for 5 with an additional sacrifice fly in Game 2 after going 1 for 4 with an RBI in Game 1. Connor Grey (Frewsburg/Frewsburg) earned a no-decision, throwing six innings, allowing eight hits, three earned runs, three walks and two... Read more
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thebee
Georgia Poised To Allow Students To Carry GunsAmerica has a grim roll call of mass shootings in its academic institutions - a
Georgia Poised To Allow Students To Carry Guns
thebee / Posted an hour ago
America has a grim roll call of mass shootings in its academic institutions - and with every massacre, comes a soul-searching debate about how to prevent it happening again. But there has been an increasingly uniform response to the threat - a... Read more
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SKY News
Georgia Poised To Allow Students To Carry GunsBy Cordelia Lynch, US Correspondent America has a grim roll call of mass shoot
Georgia Poised To Allow Students To Carry Guns
SKY News / Posted 2 hours ago
By Cordelia Lynch, US Correspondent America has a grim roll call of mass shootings in its academic institutions - and with every massacre, comes a soul-searching debate about how to prevent it happening again. But there has been an increasingly... Read more
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SKY News
Should Georgia Students Take Guns Into College?By Cordelia Lynch, US Correspondent America has a grim roll call of mass shoot
Should Georgia Students Take Guns Into College?
SKY News / Posted 3 hours ago
By Cordelia Lynch, US Correspondent America has a grim roll call of mass shootings in its academic institutions - and with every massacre, comes a soul-searching debate about how to prevent it happening again. But there has been an increasingly... Read more
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USA Today
Ringling, audiences bid emotional farewell to performing elephantsWILKES-BARRE, Pa. — When the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus' perform
Ringling, audiences bid emotional farewell to performing elephants
USA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. — When the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus' performers spin, twirl, jump and sparkle in the colored spotlights, David Orr, 77, turns his attention elsewhere — to the mesmerized children who pack the stands, many waiting to... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Broadcast students hold documentary fundraiser for Bach-Collins family You may know Tawnya Bach as the KOAM morning and noon news anchor, but studen
Broadcast students hold documentary fundraiser for Bach-Collins family
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 6 hours ago
You may know Tawnya Bach as the KOAM morning and noon news anchor, but students at Pittsburg State know her... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Sports | The Mailbox: Heck with Vegas; reader says bring Raiders here Ray Stein is sports editor of The Dispatch. Ray Stein's Mailbox Ray: Mike Da
Sports | The Mailbox: Heck with Vegas; reader says bring Raiders here
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 18 hours ago
Ray Stein is sports editor of The Dispatch. Ray Stein's Mailbox Ray: Mike Davis and the Oakland Raiders are giving thought to moving the franchise to Las Vegas. Columbus boasts... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The South begins to mutterNEW YORK--Prince was right. Elevators are satanic and should be avoided. I try
The South begins to mutter
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 21 hours ago
NEW YORK--Prince was right. Elevators are satanic and should be avoided. I try, but sometimes I can't. Apparently the only way to get to the Filmmakers Lounge at the Tribeca Film Festival is to ride up to the sixth floor, then walk up to the... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Dr. Ralph E. “Jim” SnelsonHe was born May 13, 1935, in Warren, the son of the late Dr. Ralph "Snick" and
Dr. Ralph E. “Jim” Snelson
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 22 hours ago
He was born May 13, 1935, in Warren, the son of the late Dr. Ralph "Snick" and Anne Lewis Snelson. Jim, a local dentist with Snelson and Snelson, partnered first with his father, Dr. Ralph A. "Snick" Snelson, and later with his son, Dr. Lee Snelson,... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Baton passed to Howland grad"The greatest feeling in the world is when you hear the roar of the crowd when
Baton passed to Howland grad
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
"The greatest feeling in the world is when you hear the roar of the crowd when you're about to dot the 'I' (leading the band in 'Script Ohio') and you snap the baton onto the field," drum major John LaVange of Howland said from Columbus during a... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Ask Rufus: Earthquakes, volcanoes and fossilsA couple of days ago I was trying to decide what to write about in today's colu
Ask Rufus: Earthquakes, volcanoes and fossils
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted yesterday
A couple of days ago I was trying to decide what to write about in today's column when I received an email from Peter Imes asking if I had seen the new book on the Geology of Mississippi. A massive 751-page encyclopedic book, "The Geology of... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pittsburgh Marathon organizers focus on improving race’s quality, not sizePittsburgh Marathon organizers focus on improving race's quality, not size | Tr
Pittsburgh Marathon organizers focus on improving race’s quality, not size
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
Pittsburgh Marathon organizers focus on improving race's quality, not size | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Pittsburgh Marathon organizers focus on improving race's quality, not size To understand how far the Pittsburgh Marathon has come since its reboot,... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Youngstown news, Obituaries, Tributes, MICHAEL 'MIKE' NICHOLAS VARVERIS, Youngstown, Ohio– Michael “Mike” Nicholas Varveris, 91, passed away peacefully at his home on A
Youngstown news, Obituaries, Tributes, MICHAEL 'MIKE' NICHOLAS VARVERIS, Youngstown, Ohio
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted yesterday
– Michael “Mike” Nicholas Varveris, 91, passed away peacefully at his home on April 25, 2016. Mike was born July 26, 1924, in Youngstown, the son of the late Nicholas M. and Vassilia (Mavroudis) Varveris. Mike was a 1942 graduate of South High... Read more
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GoPSUsports.com
Nittany Lions Closeout Penn Relays in Winning FashionApril 30, 2016 RESULTSPHILADELPHIA, Pa. - The Nittany Lions capped a successfu
Nittany Lions Closeout Penn Relays in Winning Fashion
GoPSUsports.com / Posted yesterday
April 30, 2016 RESULTSPHILADELPHIA, Pa. - The Nittany Lions capped a successful 122nd Penn Relays snagging three more event wins on the weekend as well as setting a school record in the men's 4x200-meter relay Saturday afternoon at Franklin... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Repurpose Boutique opens new location, helps Art Feeds CarthageBoutique opens new location, helps Art Feeds Carthage Repurpose Boutique has m
Repurpose Boutique opens new location, helps Art Feeds Carthage
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted yesterday
Boutique opens new location, helps Art Feeds Carthage Repurpose Boutique has moved just down the road on Peach Tree Lane in Carthage, boasting a new store location that is two and a half times larger than their old location. They decided to... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Mobile toy library provides educational toys for renttoy library provides educational toys for rent United Way's "Success by 6" pro
Mobile toy library provides educational toys for rent
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted yesterday
toy library provides educational toys for rent United Way's "Success by 6" program has a new tool on wheels to help kids in the area. The Mobile Toy Library is coming to Pittsburg and Joplin on a bi-weekly basis. The mobile toy library offers a... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Webb City CARES fun walkWebb City CARES hosts a fun walk to raise money for continued programming throu
Webb City CARES fun walk
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted yesterday
Webb City CARES hosts a fun walk to raise money for continued programming throughout the school year. "So the money that's raised from the fun walk goes to every building every one of our schools gets that to spend on their students, then we also get... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
2016 All-State Academic Honorable MentionAndale High School: Victoria Orth, daughter Ted and Jamie Orth, Kansas State Un
2016 All-State Academic Honorable Mention
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted yesterday
Andale High School: Victoria Orth, daughter Ted and Jamie Orth, Kansas State University, electrical engineering Anderson County High School: Maci Rockers, daughter Robert and Denise Rockers, Kansas State University, food science and... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
WGH girls third at Penn RelaysThe Raiders' girls 4x100-meter relay team made sure the 6 1/2-hour drive back i
WGH girls third at Penn Relays
Tribune Chronicle / Posted yesterday
The Raiders' girls 4x100-meter relay team made sure the 6 1/2-hour drive back is much more upbeat after taking third Friday in the final of the high school girls large schools division at the Penn Relays at the University of Pennsylvania in... Read more
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The Times Leader
OUE honors graduating class of 2016represents a critical rite of passage for our students who have persevered thro
OUE honors graduating class of 2016
The Times Leader / Posted yesterday
represents a critical rite of passage for our students who have persevered through many hours of study, exams and paper writing to reach their goal of completing a degree," Abraham said. "It is a momentous and hard-to-reach accomplishment, which... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Margo Vorys HouseMarguerite (Margo) Ottilie Vorys was born on Aug. 1, 1928, in Columbus, Ohio, t
Margo Vorys House
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
Marguerite (Margo) Ottilie Vorys was born on Aug. 1, 1928, in Columbus, Ohio, the daughter of Webb Isaiah and Adeline Werner Vorys. She grew up in Columbus and Gahanna, Ohio, graduating from the Columbus School for Girls. She earned her BA in Art... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
15 MinutesResides: Marshalltown Hometown: Marshalltown FAMILY LIFE Family: Parents: Ke
15 Minutes
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 2 days ago
Resides: Marshalltown Hometown: Marshalltown FAMILY LIFE Family: Parents: Kevin and Janel Lageschulte of Marshalltown. A brother is Kraig Lageschulte of Marshalltown. A sister is Jill (Lageschulte) McDonnell, of Grimes. My husband is Thomas... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
3 seek family court seatThe winner of the nonpartisan election race will serve a term beginning Jan. 1.
3 seek family court seat
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
The winner of the nonpartisan election race will serve a term beginning Jan. 1. The three are challengers Wayne R. Mielke of 577 Bryden Lane, Weirton, and Michael Safscak of 3618 Orchard St., Weirton; and incumbent William F. Sinclair of 21... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Ohio University Eastern Honors Graduates in St. ClairsvilleMorgan Stalder, the keynote speaker, Kristen Kroflich and special guest John Ma
Ohio University Eastern Honors Graduates in St. Clairsville
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 2 days ago
Morgan Stalder, the keynote speaker, Kristen Kroflich and special guest John Mattox. Stalder, a member of the 2016 graduating class, earned a bachelor of science degree in exercise physiology and plans to attend medical school this fall. She... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Darton lights up the scoreboard, then the skyLaremy Tunsil admits taking money at Ole Miss after crazy draft nightLaremy Tun
Darton lights up the scoreboard, then the sky
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 2 days ago
Laremy Tunsil admits taking money at Ole Miss after crazy draft nightLaremy Tunsil admits taking money at Ole Miss after crazy draft night Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil's stock dropped during the NFL draft, and it ended with him saying... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
John Wesley Cup returns to Grand IslandLaremy Tunsil admits taking money at Ole Miss after crazy draft nightLaremy Tun
John Wesley Cup returns to Grand Island
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 2 days ago
Laremy Tunsil admits taking money at Ole Miss after crazy draft nightLaremy Tunsil admits taking money at Ole Miss after crazy draft night Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil's stock dropped during the NFL draft, and it ended with him saying... Read more
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The Transcript
V.P. for student engagement and success is announcedAreena Arora, Managing Editor In an email addressed to the Ohio Wesleyan commu
V.P. for student engagement and success is announced
The Transcript / Posted 2 days ago
Areena Arora, Managing Editor In an email addressed to the Ohio Wesleyan community on April 29, President Rock Jones announced Dwayne Todd has been hired as the new vice president for student engagement and success, beginning this... Read more
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MLive.com
Ohio State born and bred, new Detroit Lion Taylor Decker embraces move to MichiganALLEN PARK -- Taylor Decker is born and bred scarlet and gray. But the three-ye
Ohio State born and bred, new Detroit Lion Taylor Decker embraces move to Michigan
MLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
ALLEN PARK -- Taylor Decker is born and bred scarlet and gray. But the three-year Ohio State starter's new residence will be in enemy territory. And the first-round pick of the Detroit Lions is embracing the move to Michigan. "Yeah, I mean, playing... Read more
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Business Wire
Fitch Affirms Columbus (OH)'s GO Bonds at 'AAA'; Outlook StableNEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fitch Ratings has affirmed the city of Columbus, Ohi
Fitch Affirms Columbus (OH)'s GO Bonds at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fitch Ratings has affirmed the city of Columbus, Ohio's Long-Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'AAA'. In addition, Fitch has affirmed the ratings on the following outstanding debt at 'AAA': --$2.038 billion unlimited tax... Read more
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examiner.com
Despite risks, acid suppressing meds given to 1 in 4 babies in NICUsPrevious studies have shown that the use of acid suppressing medications in hos
Despite risks, acid suppressing meds given to 1 in 4 babies in NICUs
examiner.com / Posted 2 days ago
Previous studies have shown that the use of acid suppressing medications in hospitalized high-risk babies has been linked to infection, necrotizing enterocolitis (a disease in which intestinal tissues are damaged and die), and increased risk of... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
NFL draft winners and losers: Chicago, Big Ten, John Danks, Ohio StateLoser: The Big Ten. Six first-rounders was solid (and second to the SEC’s eight
NFL draft winners and losers: Chicago, Big Ten, John Danks, Ohio State
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
Loser: The Big Ten. Six first-rounders was solid (and second to the SEC’s eight), but the QB drought continues. The league hasn’t had a signal-caller taken in the first round since Penn State’s Kerry Collins … in 1995. Winner: Chicago.The draft... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Bone-marrow donor travels from Israel for wedding of transplant recipient Be the Match, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program, serves as the hu
Bone-marrow donor travels from Israel for wedding of transplant recipient
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
Be the Match, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program, serves as the hub of a global transplant network encompassing 488 leading centers worldwide. The organization also... Read more
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Akron Zips
Zips Close Spring Exhibition Campaign Versus FC CincinnatiAKRON, Ohio - The University of Akron men's soccer team will close out its spri
Zips Close Spring Exhibition Campaign Versus FC Cincinnati
Akron Zips / Posted 2 days ago
AKRON, Ohio - The University of Akron men's soccer team will close out its spring exhibition campaign with a 1 p.m. match at FC Cincinnati on Sunday, May 1. The Zips' scheduled contest with the Dayton Dynamo originally slated for 6 p.m. on Sunday,... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
More area communities adopting smoking bansArtesia will be officially smoke free in a week. The Lowndes County town's Boa
More area communities adopting smoking bans
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
Artesia will be officially smoke free in a week. The Lowndes County town's Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a smoke-free ordinance on April 5. The ordinance -- which prohibits smoking in all places of public accommodation -- takes effect on... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Kasich PAC's Web Ads Target Delegates With Vision Of VictoryCOLUMBUS, Ohio (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A super PAC backing John Kasich took its case
Kasich PAC's Web Ads Target Delegates With Vision Of Victory
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 2 days ago
COLUMBUS, Ohio (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A super PAC backing John Kasich took its case for his presidential nomination directly to delegates this week in an unusual web ad. New Day for America’s 60-second spot, entitled “Convention,” features footage of... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
OSU's new sophomore rule leaves landlords hunting for tenants Education databases Ordinarily, at this time of year, apartments around Ohio
OSU's new sophomore rule leaves landlords hunting for tenants
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
Education databases Ordinarily, at this time of year, apartments around Ohio State University’s campus are fully rented for fall semester. Not this year. OSU’s rule requiring... Read more
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The Times Leader
8 advance to interviews for Ohio's schools superintendentCOLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Superintendents, consultants, academics, administrators a
8 advance to interviews for Ohio's schools superintendent
The Times Leader / Posted 3 days ago
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Superintendents, consultants, academics, administrators and former education advisers to governors are among eight contenders chosen Thursday to advance to the interview stage in the search for a new leader for Ohio's public... Read more
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CBS Sports
Starting with Bosa, the Buckeyes have a banner dayCHICAGO -- It was a scarlet-letter day at the 2016 NFL Draft. Three Ohio State
Starting with Bosa, the Buckeyes have a banner day
CBS Sports / Posted 3 days ago
CHICAGO -- It was a scarlet-letter day at the 2016 NFL Draft. Three Ohio State prospects were selected in the top 10, halfway to the record for first-round picks by one program set in 2004 by the University of Miami (six). All three -- defensive end... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Group prays for city in anticipation of storm season David DuRall has known for awhile he wanted to have a non-denominational pray
Group prays for city in anticipation of storm season
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 3 days ago
David DuRall has known for awhile he wanted to have a non-denominational prayer vigil with area churches. Lindy Mahner has prayed for five years... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
CSU president balks at talking about new digsCLEVELAND - Some Cleveland State University students just don’t get it. They s
CSU president balks at talking about new digs
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 3 days ago
CLEVELAND - Some Cleveland State University students just don’t get it. They see their mounting loan debt. They see the rising tuition. And that $200 textbook. And then some see that new $800,000 house purchased for Cleveland State University... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Children's Advocacy Center gets new buildingNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression scre
Children's Advocacy Center gets new building
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
News 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a difference Depression affects about 16 million Americans, and contributes to more than 41,000 suicides each year. It also costs nearly $210 billion a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Luverne woman faces murder charge in fatal 2015 crashNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression scre
Luverne woman faces murder charge in fatal 2015 crash
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
News 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a difference Depression affects about 16 million Americans, and contributes to more than 41,000 suicides each year. It also costs nearly $210 billion a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Discussion halted on Birmingham Water Works Board billNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression scre
Discussion halted on Birmingham Water Works Board bill
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
News 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a difference Depression affects about 16 million Americans, and contributes to more than 41,000 suicides each year. It also costs nearly $210 billion a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Woman arrested for stealing $56,000 from youth soccer leagueNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression scre
Woman arrested for stealing $56,000 from youth soccer league
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
News 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a difference Depression affects about 16 million Americans, and contributes to more than 41,000 suicides each year. It also costs nearly $210 billion a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Missionary from Alabama discusses earthquake aftermath in EcuadorNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression scre
Missionary from Alabama discusses earthquake aftermath in Ecuador
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
News 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a difference Depression affects about 16 million Americans, and contributes to more than 41,000 suicides each year. It also costs nearly $210 billion a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
$12,000 reward offered for murder suspect in AL, FL crime spreeNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression scre
$12,000 reward offered for murder suspect in AL, FL crime spree
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
News 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a difference Depression affects about 16 million Americans, and contributes to more than 41,000 suicides each year. It also costs nearly $210 billion a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Exclusive: CPD body cam footage of alleged killer's arrestNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression scre
Exclusive: CPD body cam footage of alleged killer's arrest
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
News 9 MD: Depression screening can make a differenceNews 9 MD: Depression screening can make a difference Depression affects about 16 million Americans, and contributes to more than 41,000 suicides each year. It also costs nearly $210 billion a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
News 9 MD: Depression screening can make a difference Depression affects about 16 million Americans, and contributes to more than 4
News 9 MD: Depression screening can make a difference
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
Depression affects about 16 million Americans, and contributes to more than 41,000 suicides each year. It also costs nearly $210 billion a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Decatur City Schools BOE wraps up superintendent interviewsSPECIAL REPORT: Restaurant Report Card - Making the GradeSPECIAL REPORT: Restau
Decatur City Schools BOE wraps up superintendent interviews
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
SPECIAL REPORT: Restaurant Report Card - Making the GradeSPECIAL REPORT: Restaurant Report Card - Making the Grade Roslyn Giles reveals how inspectors check and rate restaurants.“Restaurant Report Card” Wednesday, May 4 at 10 p.m. EDT/9 p.m. CDT on... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
$10,000 reward offered for murder suspect in AL, FL crime spreeSPECIAL REPORT: Restaurant Report Card - Making the GradeSPECIAL REPORT: Restau
$10,000 reward offered for murder suspect in AL, FL crime spree
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
SPECIAL REPORT: Restaurant Report Card - Making the GradeSPECIAL REPORT: Restaurant Report Card - Making the Grade Roslyn Giles reveals how inspectors check and rate restaurants.“Restaurant Report Card” Wednesday, May 4 at 10 p.m. EDT/9 p.m. CDT on... Read more
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