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Wisconsin high school has 17 sets of twins

Wisconsin high school has 17 sets of twins

A Wisconsin high school of about 500 students has 17 sets of twins this school year
Published: 01/15/18

Recent Kansas editorials

Recent Kansas editorials
Updated one month ago

Fatality statistics suggest Iowa roads were safer last year

State statistics on traffic-related deaths suggest Iowa roads were safer last year than in 2016
Updated one month ago

North Dakota health officials set new vaccine requirements

North Dakota health officials have unveiled new immunization requirements for children in schools and child care facilities
Updated one month ago

New Mexico utility wants regulators to reconsider rates

New Mexico's largest electric provider wants state regulators to reconsider a recent decision that allows a rate increase for customers but limits the amount of money the utility can recoup on upgrades at a coal-fired power plant
Updated one month ago

Sophia and Noah are top names for New Mexico babies in 2017

Sophia has overtaken Mia as the top name for baby girls in New Mexico, and Noah is the favorite for boys
Updated one month ago

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the U.S. and abroad
Updated one month ago

Recent editorials from Texas newspapers

Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
Updated one month ago

Report: Black babies at higher risk of death in Kansas

A new report from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment is raising concerns about the mortality rate for African-American babies
Updated one month ago

Workplace fatalities: Grisly death at a Klamath Falls mill

Workplace fatalities have declined over time because of advances in job safety, but deaths _ some of them grisly _ still occur
Updated one month ago