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KCEN-TV
Off-Duty Officer Shoots 'Combative' Patient in St Joseph Medical CenterAunt From Drowning at Ocean City Water Park Jenny Mama could've had much worse
Off-Duty Officer Shoots 'Combative' Patient in St Joseph Medical Center
KCEN-TV / Posted 10 hours ago
Aunt From Drowning at Ocean City Water Park Jenny Mama could've had much worse than a broken neck if her 7-year-old nephew Mason Farr didn't come to her rescue.More >> Jenny Mama could've had much worse than a broken neck if her 7-year-old nephew... Read more
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KCEN-TV
Brawl Breaks Out at Sentencing in Detroit Courtroom for Girl's DeathAunt From Drowning at Ocean City Water Park Jenny Mama could've had much worse
Brawl Breaks Out at Sentencing in Detroit Courtroom for Girl's Death
KCEN-TV / Posted 10 hours ago
Aunt From Drowning at Ocean City Water Park Jenny Mama could've had much worse than a broken neck if her 7-year-old nephew Mason Farr didn't come to her rescue.More >> Jenny Mama could've had much worse than a broken neck if her 7-year-old nephew... Read more
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KCEN-TV
Texas A&M Issues Code Maroon for Gas LeakAunt From Drowning at Ocean City Water Park Jenny Mama could've had much worse
Texas A&M Issues Code Maroon for Gas Leak
KCEN-TV / Posted 10 hours ago
Aunt From Drowning at Ocean City Water Park Jenny Mama could've had much worse than a broken neck if her 7-year-old nephew Mason Farr didn't come to her rescue.More >> Jenny Mama could've had much worse than a broken neck if her 7-year-old nephew... Read more
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Slate
Home Schooling Is Shockingly Underregulated. This Small but Fierce Lobbying Group Is Why.This story was reported through the nonprofit investigative news organization P
Home Schooling Is Shockingly Underregulated. This Small but Fierce Lobbying Group Is Why.
Slate / Posted 23 hours ago
This story was reported through the nonprofit investigative news organization ProPublica. The Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University provided support for this project. In the fall of 2003, police in New Jersey received a... Read more
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Washington Post
On Love: Sabrina Ali & Leonid Gaiazovthey reached the front of the line and entered the amphitheater. Not wanting th
On Love: Sabrina Ali & Leonid Gaiazov
Washington Post / Posted 4 days ago
they reached the front of the line and entered the amphitheater. Not wanting the conversation to end, they beelined to the center stage and managed to sneak into the front floor area before it reached capacity and was closed. After dancing... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
Symposium examines big data’s role in transportationgas mileage. Safer roads. Those are just a few benefits of transportation info
Symposium examines big data’s role in transportation
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 14 days ago
gas mileage. Safer roads. Those are just a few benefits of transportation informatics, a growing field of research that centers on analyzing massive amounts of information, or big data, to address critical transportation issues. Leaders in this... Read more
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Everett Herald
Seahawks' RB Turbin healthy after offseason surgery on both hipsdescribed today as “an elite running back” — had a touchdown as the No. 1 rushe
Seahawks' RB Turbin healthy after offseason surgery on both hips
Everett Herald / Posted 19 days ago
described today as “an elite running back” — had a touchdown as the No. 1 rusher in the Seahawks' scrimmage Saturday at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. He said following the scrimmage that he had double-hip surgery this offseason outside the... Read more
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Everett Herald
Seahawks' DT Williams continues miraculous returnis ready — and able — to resume practicing. A little more than two months ago s
Seahawks' DT Williams continues miraculous return
Everett Herald / Posted 20 days ago
is ready — and able — to resume practicing. A little more than two months ago surgeons at the University of Washington Medical Center removed his cancerous kidney. Thursday morning, the third-year pro was in shoulder pads going through position... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Seating the TigersMetal, Jeremy Metheny, Kings Run Engineering (Jamie Rossi), Dudley Bosserman Su
Seating the Tigers
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 22 days ago
Metal, Jeremy Metheny, Kings Run Engineering (Jamie Rossi), Dudley Bosserman Surveying, Dave Harper, Master Piece Rent-A-Center, Jay Parsons, Kevin Lewis, Bob Sponaugle, John Monk, Jimmy Phillips, Todd Schoonover, Jacob Schoonover, Todd Price,... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Teens caught breaking into Rink’s indictedCounty Prosecutor Kevin Rings. "Instead she was grabbed, and she took it and sw
Teens caught breaking into Rink’s indicted
The Marietta Times / Posted 23 days ago
County Prosecutor Kevin Rings. "Instead she was grabbed, and she took it and swallowed it." Dunn allegedly refused medical treatment to extract the item, but upon its discovery, officers found the baggie containing heroin that was less than... Read more
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South Maryland News
Community mulls future of Pomonkey’s pastcounty’s Department of Planning and Growth Management had heard that in the ear
Community mulls future of Pomonkey’s past
South Maryland News / Posted 23 days ago
county’s Department of Planning and Growth Management had heard that in the early 1900s, Pomonkey was an important business center for the black community, where civic, community and business organizations thrived. Thompson said she was at the... Read more
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KOMO Seattle
Consumer Reports: How safe is your hospital?York City. Here in the Puget Sound region, with scores rated from 1 to 100, Co
Consumer Reports: How safe is your hospital?
KOMO Seattle / Posted 29 days ago
York City. Here in the Puget Sound region, with scores rated from 1 to 100, Consumer Reports found the highest ratings at Virginia Mason in Seattle (65), Valley General in Monroe (65), St. Elizabeth in Enumclaw (64), St. Joseph in Bellingham (64),... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
MARY STEINPresident of quality improvement. She was dedicated to providing the very best
MARY STEIN
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 30 days ago
President of quality improvement. She was dedicated to providing the very best services to children and families of West Virginia and with her guidance Crittenton has been able to bring much needed change to thousands of people. Because of her... Read more
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The Huntington Herald-Dispatch
Personnelhas been selected as the July 2015 Resident of the Month, according to Dr. Paul
Personnel
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch / Posted 1 months ago
has been selected as the July 2015 Resident of the Month, according to Dr. Paulette S. Wehner, vice dean for graduate medical education at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. Steele was officially recognized at the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Kiln builder’s skill in demand across U.S.and family,” said his daughter, Lisa Rich of Latrobe. Richard F. Rich died Sun
Kiln builder’s skill in demand across U.S.
TribLIVE / Posted 1 months ago
and family,” said his daughter, Lisa Rich of Latrobe. Richard F. Rich died Sunday, July 19, 2015, in Greensburg Care Center in Hempfield. He was 80. Mr. Rich was born Feb. 3, 1935, in Latrobe, a son of the late Henry Anthony Rich Sr. and... Read more
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The Fairfax County Times
People & PlacesUniversity Symphonic Orchestra and Landon School Symphonette. Her solo recitals
People & Places
The Fairfax County Times / Posted 1 months ago
University Symphonic Orchestra and Landon School Symphonette. Her solo recitals include two performances in George Mason University’s “Meet the Artist” concert series and the dedication concert for the Estonia Grand Piano at Providence... Read more

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