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  • Pay It Forward Person Of The Week 5/18: Jamie Purchase

    Pay It Forward Person Of The Week 5/18: Jamie Purchase
    Jamie Purchase doesn't take her birthdays for granted. At 29, she's beating the odds in her fight with cystic fibrosis. "Every birthday is really special to me," Purhase told FOX 17 News. "I celebrate them with a lot of gusto, because I've made it...
  • Purple corn turning heads around Central Indiana

    Purple corn turning heads around Central Indiana
    The corn crop is already coming in this year but instead of being the traditional green, many fields have turned a brilliant purple. It's left many farmers scratching their heads. “It seemed dramatic, in 24-36 hours we had noticed a little bit of...
  • Appreciating the family resemblance

    "You look just like your mother!" I've lost count of how many times I heard that as a child and even now. Apparently I talk like my mom, laugh like my mom and according to my sister, I swing a golf club like my mom. I personally don't see it. I feel...
  • Online Dish: A Sip of Semen a Day Will Keep The Nausea Away

    Online Dish: A Sip of Semen a Day Will Keep The Nausea Away
    Que the, "that's what he said jokes." A sip of semen a day can keep the morning sickness away. Say what?! All together now, baby daddies around the world rejoice! Turns out the old wives tale is a reality. According to Gordon Gallup, a Psychologist,...
  • Increase in New Swine Flu Strain Linked to County Fairs

    Increase in New Swine Flu Strain Linked to County Fairs
    LOS ANGELES -- Health officials have seen an uptick in cases of a new strain of swine flu in humans. According to the latest flu report published Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 16 people have been infected with a new strain...
  • Activists grill producers of modified corn

    Activists grill producers of modified corn
    As the Midwest crunches into sweet corn season, a new type will be appearing on grocery store shelves — even though shoppers have no way to recognize it. It's genetically modified sweet corn from the biotech giant Monsanto, engineered to resist a...
  • Long-serving police dog busy up to retirement

    Long-serving police dog busy up to retirement
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Twenty-five days from retirement, Ralph was needed by police. A Fort Wayne patrol officer had pulled over a black Pontiac Bonneville on the city's south side, and soon enough Ralph was there, circling the car with his nose...
  • Power walking falls between the ramble and the race

    Power walking falls between the ramble and the race
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - If watching the London Olympics has sparked an interest in race walking, with its singular hip-swinging, rolling gait, but the pace is not right, consider power walking, its more easygoing cousin. Whatever your fitness level, experts...
  • ToMAYto or ToMAHto?

    Whichever pronunciation you prefer, I have had a love/hate relationship with this fruit/vegetable since I was a little bitty boy. For example, I love every type of tomato sauce, and I pretty much mean every type from Bolognese sauce, a minced- or...
  • DNA evidence used to convict man of 1998 rape

    DNA evidence used to convict man of 1998 rape
    A man was convicted Monday of raping an elementary school teacher in Everett 14 years ago, based largely on DNA evidence. Snohomish County Superior Court Judge Bruce Weiss sentenced 31-year-old Michael McConnell to 13 years in prison for the assault at...
  • UCI study examines subjects with HSAM

    A small group of people who can remember what happened to them on just about any day during their lifetimes have fundamentally different brains, UC Irvine researchers have found. Using brain MRIs, and various behavioral and memory tests, researchers...
  • Remarkable Woman: Joan Creviston

    Remarkable Woman: Joan Creviston
    Endurance and enviable upper body strength seem like commendable, necessary even, traits in a fitness instructor. Joan Creviston would throw empathy in there too. "I understand everybody has their own challenges in life," says the 48-year-old Creviston,...