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Nittany LinesPenn State released a statement Tuesday night refuting a Sports Illustrated story about the football team's medical operations. The story, which will be on newsstands Wednesday, is promoted on the cover with the headline, "Do Athletics Still Have Too...
Safe cycling This is in response to Tribune columnist John Kass' "I hate to say it, cyclists, but the other bike shoe has just dropped" (News, May 9). City-wide faded bike lanes are a concern for riders and motorists alike. If "Civilian Little Bike...
Chris Tellez sat in class, his stomach grinding. The 15-year-old felt fine in his first class two weeks ago at Animo Locke Charter High School 2 in Watts, but by second period he could wait no longer. "I had to use the restroom," he said. "But the...
As a mother, Howard Community College student Sonia Halboni believes she always has her children's best interests at heart, yet she can remember once when her peers didn't concur. When her daughter, Daliah, graduated from Marriotts Ridge High School two...
For the first time, scientists have created human embryos that are genetic copies of living people and used them to make stem cells — a feat that paves the way for treating a range of diseases with personalized body tissues but also ignites fears of...
ReutersNFL Team Report - Kansas City Chiefs - INSIDE SLANT They've got to crawl before they can walk and walk before they run. That's true for children, and it's true for NFL rookies. It was especially true for the group of 63 bodies that took part in the...
ReutersThe Sports Xchange Chiefs rookie minicamp not a thing of beauty Kansas City head coach Andy Reid has a new and personal perspective on the saying, "A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step." After wincing through the team's rookie minicamp...
Tags: Andy Reid, Branden Albert, Sports, Football, Free Agency
BOYNE FALLS — The search for a possible gunman has been called off today, Friday, because of a lack of leads, said a police spokesperson. "The search has been officially called off after three K-9 teams found no evidence," said Michigan State...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Students
READER SUBMITTED: Carter Mario Injury Lawyers Awards Eighth Annual 'Arrive Alive' $20,000 ScholarshipMilfordConnecticut's injury law firm, Carter Mario Injury Lawyers, is pleased to announce the winning students in their eight annual "Arrive Alive" Scholarship Program. The law firm focuses the program on teen distracted and drunk driving prevention, and this...
TALLAHASSEE – Florida TaxWatch, the business-backed group that calls itself a fiscal watchdog, has targeted $106.8 million worth of budget projects that it says Gov. Rick Scott should veto. Road projects, public safety initiatives and money for...
There has been quite a bit of media coverage regarding changes to Kutztown University's weapons policy. Since the story broke last week, the university unintentionally placed itself at the center of the firearms debate. There has been quite a bit of...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A major Indiana hospital system is starting to remove all sugary drinks from cafeterias, vending machines and gift shops. Indiana University Health implemented the change this week at its downtown Indianapolis and Fishers...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics
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