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ReutersAn independent forensic report Wednesday discredited police evidence used to help convict American student Amanda Knox of the murder of her British housemate, in a major victory for her defence. Knox, 23, and her former Italian boyfriend Raffaele...
Tags: Prisons, Crimes, Meredith Kercher, Sports, Fencing
WASHINGTON — One day monitoring a patient’s vital signs like temperature and heart rate could be a simple as sticking on a tiny, wireless patch, sort of like a temporary tattoo. Eliminating the bulky wiring and electrodes used in current...
Tags: Electronics, Human Body, Science and Technology, Skin
You may not notice it right away. As you visit Dallas or Idaho or Corona, something slowly tightens in your stomach, or your throat thickens like a small spring allergy. Some describe it as claustrophobia; others say it's like a mild panic attack. You...
Tags: Philosophy, Mountains, Thalia, Health, Colorado
Daily American Staff WriterSally Trimpey was ecstatic when she won a brand new motorcycle at a firemen’s bash two weeks ago. “I cheered ‘woo-hoo’ when I saw that I had won,” the Markleton resident said of pulling a winning ticket at the event in...
Births A daughter, Isabella Grace Maneke, was born to Ryan and Judy Maneke of Harbor Springs Aug. 15, 2011, at Charlevoix Area Hospital. Isabella weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces at birth. She has a sister, Cadance, and a brother, Carsen. A daughter, Place...
Los Angeles TimesMissed appointments for the apocalypse, like the one in May, do more than give nonbelievers a chance to crack a joke. They create doubts in some of the faithful; after all, the world didn't end — but is there really somebody out there? The same can...
There is something very special about raising an orphaned puppy or kitten before they are able to eat or drink on their own. You develop a very unique bond with the orphaned pet that will likely last for many years. It is an extremely rewarding experience...
Daily American Sunday EditorThe Flight 93 Memorial Chapel in Stonycreek Township is a tiny white building resembling an old country church or one-room school sitting at a crossroads. Directly across from the front entrance to the church and Stutzmantown Road is a field filled...
A warning from state health officials about a possible measles exposure on a train that stopped in Lynchburg. Officials say a person, possibly with measles, was on Amtrak's Northeast Regional Train number 171. The train made several stops on the east...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsWichita Mayor Carl Brewer was released from the hospital Friday afternoon. He was admitted Tuesday after experiencing chest pains. “I want to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers and well-wishes,” Brewer said. “I feel fine and...
Press ReleaseThe Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health are advising the public of exposure to a case of measles in Lancaster and Philadelphia counties. An international traveler visiting Pennsylvania has been diagnosed...
Blood-red chaos — "a city on fire" — is as crucial to any production of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's "Sweeney Todd" as those silver razers are to the famously vengeful barber whose inhospitable tonsorial parlor lies at the core of...
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