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Pounds lost via Weigh & Win in Brush exceeds 1,000
Colorado
The amount of weight lost at Brush’s Weigh and Win kiosk since last January has now surpassed 1,000 pounds as people continue to enroll in the program via the kiosk located in the lobby area of the East Morgan  County Hospital clinic.
November 21 2014
Guilty verdict in 2008 DWI accident that killed a man
Alabama
Female driver was also in charge of caring for the victim
November 21 2014
Jury finds suspect in deadly police-involved shooting not guilty
Cincinnati, Ohio
A jury found a man not guilty that left one dead in an officer involved shooting in November of 2012. Jurors found Gerry Branner, 24, not guilty of murder and involuntary manslaughter in an incident that led to a Cincinnati Police officer shooting and killing Dontez O'Neal, 19, on Nov. 21, 2012.
November 21 2014
Shell Nigeria denies it lied to Dutch court
Colorado
A Fort Carson soldier has been charged with murder in the death of another soldier while they were deployed to Jordan in May.
November 21 2014
GOP vows to pass Keystone _ later if not now
Colorado
A Fort Carson soldier has been charged with murder in the death of another soldier while they were deployed to Jordan in May.
November 21 2014
Man shot and killed in west Birmingham
Enterprise, Alabama
Police are conducting a homicide investigation in west Birmingham after a man died of gunshot wounds at Princeton Hospital.
November 21 2014
William Potts dies dies in Worthington
South Dakota
William Merrill Potts, 90, died on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, at South Shore Care Center in Worthington, Minn. He was born on May 27, 1924, to William Merrill Potts Sr. and Angeline B. Crowner Potts in Mobridge. He began college at the University of South Dakota, but his education was interrupted by serving in Europe […]
November 21 2014
SDSMA supports Medicaid expansion to help thousands: Group’s president says ‘How can we sit by?
South Dakota
HURON — South Dakota should join the other states that have expanded Medicaid because it would greatly improve health care access to thousands of the working poor, the president of the South Dakota State Medical Association said.
November 21 2014
UPDATE: Former UK Football Player Recovering At Cardinal Hill After Stadium Fall
Kentucky
Former UK Head Football Coach Rich Brooks visited one of his former players on Thursday, who is recovering from a life-threatening fall at Commonwealth Stadium. Brooks tweeted out a picture of former Wildcat Brad Durham at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital in Lexington, where Durham is recovering from a 35-foot fall at the stadium during the South Carolina game on October 4, 2014. Durham was ...
November 21 2014
Alamance officials monitoring 5 for possible Ebola symptoms
North Carolina
Alamance County Health Department officials said Wednesday that they are monitoring five people who recently traveled to West Africa for possible symptoms of Ebola.
November 21 2014
Guilford, Alamance monitoring 7 for possible Ebola symptoms
North Carolina
Health officials in both Alamance and Guilford counties said Wednesday they are monitoring seven people who recently traveled to West Africa for possible symptoms of Ebola.
November 21 2014
Dealing With Dementia: An African American Son Tells His Story
Tennessee
  Photo: Todd Shurn and his mother, Alice Shurn, at her Delta Sigma Theta Sorority convention in 2013. (Courtesy of Todd Shurn) WASHINGTON, D.C.--Todd Shurn braced his mother from behind, allowing her arms to rest on his as they shuffled...
November 21 2014
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