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Salt Lake City Weekly
Utah Air Quality Lecture Face it. No one really understands why Utah can't figure out the bad-air equa
Utah Air Quality Lecture
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted yesterday
Face it. No one really understands why Utah can't figure out the bad-air equation. The Stegner Center Greenbag Series, "From Particles to People: Why Utah Struggles with Air Quality and How This Affects Human Health," tries... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Eviction Order ResistedThe Capitol Bye-Pass Community, one of the major communities in Monrovia, was a
Eviction Order Resisted
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
The Capitol Bye-Pass Community, one of the major communities in Monrovia, was at a standstill for most part of the morning hours on Saturday, February 6, 2016 when hundreds of aggrieved residents of the area staged a protest over attempt by a Sheriff... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Little Rock driver sentenced to 27 years in newlywed's deathA 20-year-old Little Rock man who ran over and killed a 22-year-old newlywed wh
Little Rock driver sentenced to 27 years in newlywed's death
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
A 20-year-old Little Rock man who ran over and killed a 22-year-old newlywed while fleeing police accepted a 27-year prison sentence for first-degree murder and related charges on Monday, a day before he was scheduled to stand trial. Heather... Read more
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The Chicago Maroon
the SketchIn homage to Louis Armstrong, The Promontory’s Satchmo Saturdays feature a new
the Sketch
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 7 days ago
In homage to Louis Armstrong, The Promontory’s Satchmo Saturdays feature a new jazz act every Saturday in January. This event runs in conjunction with the Court Theater’s play about Louis Armstrong, Satchmo at the Waldorf, and is a key component of... Read more
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Westchester Suburban Life
High school sports: National signing day sees dozens of athletes make college commitmentsSeveral standouts from the Suburban Life coverage area made their college commi
High school sports: National signing day sees dozens of athletes make college commitments
Westchester Suburban Life / Posted 7 days ago
Several standouts from the Suburban Life coverage area made their college commitments in several sports. Here's a list of some local college commits. Baseball • Jordan Coakley, Wheaton Warrenville South, Roosevelt University • Matt Garbacz,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Transit tax on ballot flops with MetroplanSupporters of a proposed tax dedicated to transit for Pulaski County that is on
Transit tax on ballot flops with Metroplan
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
Supporters of a proposed tax dedicated to transit for Pulaski County that is on the March 1 ballot have "more homework" to do. That was the message from Jacksonville Mayor Gary Fletcher, president of the Metroplan board of directors, after a... Read more
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FOX 16 Little Rock
LRPD Releases Photos of Suspect from Game Store RobberyLITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Police released photos on Wednesday of a suspect they say r
LRPD Releases Photos of Suspect from Game Store Robbery
FOX 16 Little Rock / Posted 15 days ago
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Police released photos on Wednesday of a suspect they say robbed a game store in Little Rock. The robbery took place on January 15 at the GameXChange at 3412 S. University Ave., and more than $300 worth of merchandise was stolen,... Read more
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Daily Mail
College graduate dies after overdosing on TCM to treat hair lossCollege graduate dies of liver failure after 'overdose on traditional Chinese m
College graduate dies after overdosing on TCM to treat hair loss
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
College graduate dies of liver failure after 'overdose on traditional Chinese medicine' in a bid to treat his hair loss for job search Cui Fei, 27, was given 'he shou wu' herb by his doctors to help hair growth He hoped the medicine could help him... Read more
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FOX News
Chinese man dies after taking traditional herbal supplementA 26-year-old Chinese man died in December after consuming excessive amounts of
Chinese man dies after taking traditional herbal supplement
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
A 26-year-old Chinese man died in December after consuming excessive amounts of an herbal supplement meant to cure hair loss. Central European News (CEN) reported that Cui Fei, from the eastern Chinese province Anhui, died of liver failure after... Read more
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Daily Mail
Colleague graduate dies after overdosing on TCM to treat hair lossColleague graduate dies of liver failure after 'overdose on traditional Chinese
Colleague graduate dies after overdosing on TCM to treat hair loss
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Colleague graduate dies of liver failure after 'overdose on traditional Chinese medicine' in a bid to treat his hair loss for job search Cui Fei, 27, was given 'he shou wu' herb by his doctors to help hair growth He hoped the medicine could help... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Thousand Hills, Kamonyi Start Season On a HighThousand Hills started off their league campaign with a hard fought win over Ki
Thousand Hills, Kamonyi Start Season On a High
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
Thousand Hills started off their league campaign with a hard fought win over Kigali Sharks at the Utexrwa ground, Gacuriro on Sunday. In a game marred by rain, Thousand Hills used their superior team cohesion to over-come a well-drilled but... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Push starts for transit tax riseAn organization formed to support a 0.25 percent increase in the Pulaski County
Push starts for transit tax rise
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
An organization formed to support a 0.25 percent increase in the Pulaski County sales tax to fund transit improvements formally kicked off its campaign Thursday. Campaign to Connect is headed by Jimmy Moses, the Little Rock developer who is a member... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
Local veteran pursues probate judge seatWith a degree in legal studies and law school aspirations, Desert Storm and Ira
Local veteran pursues probate judge seat
Statesboro Herald / Posted 21 days ago
With a degree in legal studies and law school aspirations, Desert Storm and Iraq war veteran Lonnie Ellis feels his Bulloch County roots and involvement in local civic matters will aid him in serving as Bulloch County’s probate judge, if... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Metroplan advisory panel backs tax measure on county's ballotIt didn't take much debate for a Metroplan advisory committee to support a prop
Metroplan advisory panel backs tax measure on county's ballot
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 21 days ago
It didn't take much debate for a Metroplan advisory committee to support a proposal on the March 1 primary election ballot that would establish a one-fourth percent Pulaski County sales tax dedicated to transit. The Regional Planning Advisory... Read more
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NBC San Diego
S. University City to Get SDFD Fast Response SquadA Fire-Rescue Fast Response Squad (FRS) should be in full operation in South Un
S. University City to Get SDFD Fast Response Squad
NBC San Diego / Posted 26 days ago
A Fire-Rescue Fast Response Squad (FRS) should be in full operation in South University City by the end of January. The two-person team will be located at 3034 Governor Drive. A Citygate Associates consultant report identified South University City... Read more
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MLive.com
M students jumped by 12 people didn't pursue case, records showWas the beating of two white University of Michigan students by a group of 12 b
M students jumped by 12 people didn't pursue case, records show
MLive.com / Posted 1 months ago
Was the beating of two white University of Michigan students by a group of 12 black males and females racially motivated? That might never be known. The case, according to records obtained via a Freedom of Information Act, is closed. The victims... Read more
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MLive.com
Future of The Village Apothecary in Ann Arbor unclear after business, property soldFaded merchandise still lines the display window of the store at 1112 South Uni
Future of The Village Apothecary in Ann Arbor unclear after business, property sold
MLive.com / Posted 1 months ago
Faded merchandise still lines the display window of the store at 1112 South University. When you walk by it seems as if the store is still open, but as you get closer it becomes more apparent something is off. The door is locked but just by peering... Read more

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