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Daily American Staff WriterCuts to Medicaid would endanger the lives of hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians, according to a report released on Tuesday. The congressional “super committee” may consider cuts to Medicaid to help balance the federal budget. President...
With more than a million miles on the road, Armand Patella's 19-year-old Ford 9000 truck has seen better days. But he's hung onto it, because new trucks aren't cheap. Patella, the head of Picorp trucking service on East Lombard Street, still uses the...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Did the Environmental Protection Agency fail to protect residents in Los Angeles from dangerous levels of smog? Some environmental and public health groups say they did and they're suing the E.P.A.. The suit claims the E.P.A. didn't...
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Baltimore Sun reporterImogene B. Johnston, long active in Harford County Republican Party politics and a community activist, died Oct. 26 at Senator Bob Hooper Hospice in Forest Hill of complications from a fall. She was 89. A daughter of a coal-mine supervisor and a...
The Obama administration, facing withering criticism from business that onerous environmental rules are behind the stalled economy, looks poised to miss another key deadline for new standards to clean up smog, according to lobbyists and environmentalists....
Donald Atlee Grimm, 81, of 143 S. Main St., Apt. 16, Boonsboro, Md., went to be with the Lord, surrounded by his family, Monday, Sept. 26, 2011, at his home. Born Monday, Oct. 14, 1929, in Hagerstown, Md., he was the son of the late Nelson Grimm and Mary...
Doris Alexander, 84, formerly of Danville, died Monday at Pattie A. Clay Medical Center in Richmond. Born Dec. 24, 1926, in Lancaster, she was the daughter of the late Ottis Ray Bogie and Inez Land Wilson. She was the widow of W.O. Alexander. She had...
In a decision that outraged public health experts and environmentalists Friday, President Barack Obama announced that he had directed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency not to do anything further to lower smog in the air until 2013 — after...
The 1,500 runners who will begin their leg of the Bourbon Chase in Stanford Friday night have an ominous task ahead of them; the course description describes the route as a “monster of a leg (that) runs on narrow country roads in serious darkness.&...
Daily American Staff WriterOne day Shanksville senior Emily St. Clair hopes to be on the sidelines for National Football League games interviewing quarterbacks and coaches. But for now the 17-year-old Lake Stonycreek resident can be seen on WVIK, the school news channel, and in...
email@example.comIt might not be the subject of fundraisers and walk-a-thons. But make no mistake, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Like cancer, AIDS, heart disease and a host of other medical maladies, influenza can be a killer. On average, flu...
Tags: Symptoms, Chemical Industry, Pneumonia, Asthma, Flu
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