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  • Retired Smithfield police officer cured of hepatitis C

    Retired Smithfield police officer cured of hepatitis C
    The cure has taken 25 years for retired Smithfield police officer, Kurt Beach. In his first week on the job, in January 1988, Beach used mouth-to-mouth resuscitation in an attempt to save the life of a baby with a bloody breathing tube. He tears up as...
  • George B. Rathmann dies at 84; co-founder of biotech giant Amgen

    George B. Rathmann dies at 84; co-founder of biotech giant Amgen
    George B. Rathmann, a far-sighted entrepreneur whose small team of talented scientists created two blockbuster drugs that helped turn his upstart Thousand Oaks firm, Amgen Inc., into the world's most successful biotech company, died Sundayat his Palo Alto...
  • Big protests arise in Hong Kong over Chinese 'national education'

     
    As the school year begins in Hong Kong, protesters in the former British colony are rallying against new classes soon to be required by China, deriding them as “brainwashing.”...
  • 83-year-old who killed 94-year-old roommate gets lifetime probation

     
    An 83-year-old man who murdered his 94-year-old roommate while both were recovering from surgery at a Laguna Woods rehabiliation center was sentenced Friday to lifetime probation with a suspended sentence of 16 years....
  • Should she tell her boyfriend that she's inexperienced?

    Should she tell her boyfriend that she's inexperienced?
    Q: I'm 23 years old, female and primarily heterosexual. I've never even been in a relationship. I'm starting to date a man who is a bit older and far more experienced than I am. I am very smitten and want to have sex with him, but I'm terrified that he'll...
  • Jailed former South African police chief Selebi gets medical parole

     
    A disgraced former police chief of South Africa and Interpol boss serving a 15-year prison sentence for corruption was released Friday on medical parole, with officials insisting he didn’t get preferential treatment. Correctional Services Minister...
  • Illegal immigrants should have health coverage, foundation says

     
    The California Endowment is launching a campaign to extend medical coverage to all uninsured state residents, including undocumented immigrants. An estimated 3 million to 4 million Californians, or about 10% of the state’s population, could remain...
  • Orleans Parish

    September 4, 2012 6:08 PM EINSTEIN CHARTER SCHOOL TO RE-OPEN TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 Please announce: Students should report for school at Einstein Elementary Charter School tomorrow, Wednesday, September 5 by 8am.   --------------------...
  • Terrebonne Parish

    September 3, 2012 4:17 PM Consolidated Waterworks District  # 1 Terrebonne Parish has been given authority by The Department of Health and Hospitals, State of Louisiana, to lift the Boil Water Advisory on all of the area south of Dulac Water Tank, 7618...
  • Old Alaska friends meet by chance: One is now giving a kidney to save the other

    Old Alaska friends meet by chance: One is now giving a kidney to save the other
    All of us at one time or another have given a gift to a friend. But two lifelong friends from Alaska are showing how the bond of friendship can save a life. Judie Wolfe is donating one of her kidneys to her friend Terri Teas. “Everybody should...
  • Showing kindness to strangers

    Do you remember the scene in “A Streetcar Named Desire” when Blanch says, “I've always depended on the kindness of strangers?” If you are familiar with the story, you know that it didn't really work out for her. I'd like to think...
  • Third chance for one kidney

    Third chance for one kidney
    By the time Ray Fearing was first diagnosed with a rare kidney disease back in 2000, the damage that had already been done was such that a transplant would eventually be his only option. "By then, they (the doctors) had noticed there was a lot of...