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The year was 1975. Mary Tyler Moore was starring in one of America's most watched situation comedies. After a year of knocking on doors in Hollywood and trying to land any kind of job, I was hired at CBS-Television City and sent into a windowless...
Multi-Media JournalistA Warwick Township family is at odds with the school district. It's all over their son's eligibility play football for the district, while attending a special private school for his dyslexia. About two years ago, after years of struggling in school,...
Tags: Football, High School Sports
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, the fourth publisher of the New York Times, who made history with his decision to publish the Pentagon Papers and revived the "Good Gray Lady" of print journalism with a radical redesign that set a new standard, has died. He was...
I'm a lesbian who's been in a committed relationship with the same woman for four years. We've recently been talking about marriage and starting a family. My one concern—she hasn't told her family about our relationship. She came out to her...
Tags: Rosie O'Donnell
August 15 Goodbye They say all good things must come to an end. With that, I'm leaving WDBJ and the news business. I've accepted a position as the community relations coordinator for Roanoke City Schools. There are several reasons why I'm switching...
A special gift was delivered to Central Indiana students with learning disabilities Wednesday. Amazon presented 75 Kindle e-readers to The Hutson School which an Indianapolis-based school specializing in the education of children with dyslexia and other...
Tags: Amazon Kindle, Learning Disability
San Francisco chef Chris Cosentino is perhaps best known for his passion for offal — he could be called the poster child of the "nose-to-tail" cooking movement. But his new (and his first) cookbook, "Beginnings: My Way to Start a Meal," barely...
Tags: Grapes, Restaurants, French Toast, Festive Events, Book
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA 70 year-old bicyclist takes on a 3,000 mile bike ride to raise money for a special education program. Bicyclist Larry Emigh will be riding from Los Angeles to Boston, and made a stop in Abilene today. Emigh's goal is to raise $250,000 for a program...
Tags: Atlantic Ocean
ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Bill Cecil and his son were out hunting wild turkey in the rain in 2010 when he got a call that the president would be at the family homestead in a half-hour. Barack Obama was not the first chief executive to visit the place on the...
Q13 Fox News Online and Los Angeles TimesHenry Hill, the infamous mob informant whose life of crime was chronicled in the film classic "GoodFellas," has died. He and his family lived for a while in Redmond and Seattle under the U.S. Marshals Witness Protection Program. He was 69 and had lived...
Henry Hill, the infamous mob informant whose life of crime was chronicled in the film classic "GoodFellas," was the first to admit that he did "a lot of bad things back then." "I shot at people. I busted a lot of heads, and I buried a lot of bodies,"...
Q13 FOX News anchorWhile most high school kids are gearing up for finals and thinking about summer plans, one local teenager has been fighting for his life. But following a cancer diagnosis and other challenges, Ballard High School senior Mikael Perla is defying the odds....
Tags: Graduation, Leukemia, Health Treatments, Cancer, Chemotherapy
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