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Reuters reporterThe number of obese U.S. adults rose in 16 states in the last year, helping to push obesity rates in a dozen states above 30 percent, according to a report released on Thursday. By that measure, Mississippi is the fattest state in the union with an adult...
ST. LOUIS — Police and sheriff's departments in states that produce much of the nation's methamphetamine have made a sudden retreat in the war on meth, at times virtually abandoning pursuit of the drug because they can no longer afford to clean up...
Well, here we are in the throes of another spectacular summer, and just days after the Fourth of July — a holiday that has put Surf City on the map with the "largest parade west of the Mississippi." Another recent big event on the south side of...
Editor’s note: This is the seventh and final part in a series on cold cases involving wildlife poaching. Forensic science is one of the best tools in an investigator’s toolbox when it comes to solving crimes against wildlife. Forensic is the...
Tags: Science, Technology, Laws, Crimes, Black Hills Corporation
RedEye movie critic“The Help” marks the third Emma Stone movie released in four weeks, following “Friends with Benefits” and “Crazy Stupid Love.” Isn’t she worried about, uh, Stone-verkill? “Stone-verkill! Yes! Coined a word,...
KIAHTexas is making strides yet again. Unfortunately, in the wrong direction! We've moved up in the list of fattest states from number 13 to 12. Findings in the annual report "f is for fat" compiled by the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood...
Tags: Alabama, African Americans, Weight, Texas, Healthy Diet
Anchor/ReporterRemember the Smurfs? Those blue-colored cartoon characters? Now drug dealers who make methamphetamine, have adopted a process called "smurfing" to circumvent laws which are supposed to regulate the sales of the legal, over-the-counter drug used as the...
They call him Sarge. He and some of his relatives live on the same block in the part of New Orleans called Uptown, although the way New Orleanians reckon uptown and downtown is different from the way they do it in most cities. In the Big Easy, "uptown"...
Beverly H. Nixon, 60, husband of Norma Tipton Nixon, passed away at 1:05 p.m. Monday, July 11, 2011 at the Clark Regional Medical Center. A native of Aberdeen, Md., he was the son of the late Dan H. and Geneva Owens Nixon. Bev was a retired Osram...
email@example.com"Building Blocks of Success," a half-day conference held Wednesday, focused on early childhood educational experiences at home, in day care and pre-school that lead to success or failure in school. About 100 people — education, community,...
Tags: West Virginia, Schools, Oklahoma, Preschools, Florida
South Florida Sun-SentinelHow low can some people go? Lower than you thought. Jeremy Wayne Manieri, 31, was on his way to Disney World with his ex-wife and their two children when he was nabbed Tuesday by Polk County sheriff's deputies a motel near Davenport, reports The...
The recent announcement of President Obama’s White House Rural Council shows renewed federal government recognition of the importance of investment in rural areas. As we continue to move forward in this digital age, we must also recognize that...
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