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5 spooky health effects of a good scare
An intense scare can do more than elicit a good
; it can physically affect the body as the neurological system releases intense chemicals in response to a threat. For most, the response to a...
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Technology and data analytics should transform mu...
Rarely is the term "city hall" considered synonymous with the words "innovation" or "efficiency." Too often, the public image of municipal government is of a static bureaucracy staffed with...
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Cape Town - An elderly woman is fighting for her life in hospital after being attacked outside her Observatory home. Monica Terblanche, 74, was mugged in Trill Road on Tuesday night after returning...
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Famed Songwriter Paul Craft Dies
Tim Hauser, the founder and singer of the Grammy-winning vocal troupe The Manhattan Transfer, died on Oct. 16, 2014. He was 72. Elizabeth Pena, the versatile actress who shifted between dramatic...
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DPD accused of pepper spraying kids at Zombie Cra...
DENVER - This weekend's Zombie Crawl turned into a real life nightmare for several people Saturday night after they said a Denver Police officer unjustly pepper sprayed them. "You can see where I had...
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Cindy Crawford enjoys roller coaster ride with da...
Letting loose! Cindy Crawford enjoys a thrilling roller coaster ride and eats sugary snacks with daughter Kaia at Disneyland She's 48-years-old, but that means nothing to Cindy Crawford who, on...
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Many people go around talking about separation of church and state, but I only had a vague idea of what the Constitution said about it. Mr. Goldsmith seems like one of those really passionate,...
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Learning the rules of the road
This year's theme, "At my stop, you stop," reminds parents and students to watch for school buses stopped to load and unload children. Nancy Craig, MCSD coordinator of transportation, said the county...
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How to control kids on a plane
Here are some survival tips for when your little darling turns into a monster at 30,000 feet. Forget fingernails scraping on a blackboard; there is nothing more annoying than a baby crying on a...
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Northern Daily Leader
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Marc Andreessen on Why Optimism Is Always the Saf...
The Netscape creator turned Silicon Valley sage on why optimism is always the safest bet. It’s not hard to coax an opinion out of Marc Andreessen. The tall, bald, spring-loaded venture capitalist,...
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‘Mindful’ commuters say deep breaths, clear mind ...
Denise Keyes, left, meditates during her morning commute to work on Metro’s Red Line in Washington on Oct. 15. Keyes says that the practice has helped to lower her blood pressure. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The...
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SANCTUARY 'The Year The Sun Died'
The Year The Sun Died Century Media Back in 1987, I remember hearing about this band named SANCTUARY whose first release was being produced by none other than Dave Mustaine, frontman for MEGADETH....
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Alice in Chains
Home-showing safety: better to lose a sale than y...
The recent murder of Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter highlights the dangers of showing houses to strangers — not just to realty pros, but to homeowners themselves. As crime victims go,...
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U.S. Department of Labor
Signed languages can do so many things spoken lan...
When people notice my daughter and me signing in the street, they often stop and comment: “You know,” they say, “there’s this thing called the cochlear implant.” As if the mother of a deaf child...
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GRANT RANT: Don't panic over Ebola
Look, I get it. Ebola is scary. I mean, it’s not regular old scary, like a mayoral candidate coming to your door. Or even make you
scary, like being tied to a chair and forced to watch Howard...
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Niagara Falls Review
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Howard the Duck
County singer Dustin Lynch hit with beer can at F...
County singer Dustin Lynch hit with beer can at Fla. showCounty singer Dustin Lynch hit with beer can at Fla. show Lynch finished the concert with a cut below one of his eyes. When country music...
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University of Virginia
UK ‘clueless about art’
MORE than one in five Brits have never set foot inside an art gallery, according to a new survey. 23 per cent of people have never set foot in an art gallery [GETTY] Perhaps then it's no surprise...
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It’s Nice Having Conversation - The weather is go...
The weather is going to be changing soon. It’s going to get cold and I am happy. Not because I like cold weather but it a great small talk topic. I hate going places and not having a small talk topic...
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Woman arrested for possession of drugs following ...
BENTON -- A domestic dispute involving an infant led to the arrest of the child's mother on drug charges. Michelle Marshall, 18, of Sikeston is charged with the felony of possession of a controlled...
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Scott County Sheriff's Office
Diary offers glimpse into mind of a murderer
She's serving 25 years for murdering her husband James in his sleep, and a glimpse into the diary of Jennifer Nibbe brings back the days and months leading up to the Aug. 2010 murder that shocked the...
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