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Sunday, Feb 19, 2017

Health & Lifestyles

Inmate suicide that led to firings now subject of lawsuit

A state prison inmate's suicide that led to the mass firing of corrections officers is now the subject of a lawsuit
Updated: 4 hours ago

North Dakota Legislature marches toward midsession break

North Dakota's Legislature is in its last week before its midseason break, and lawmakers are finishing up committee work and considering remaining bills in their respective chambers
Updated: 4 hours ago

Hawaii bills on welfare wages, driveway living die

After a major legislative deadline, the number of bills still alive in the Hawaii Legislature has dwindled
Updated: 5 hours ago

Kasich says phasing out Obamacare "makes no sense"

Ohio Gov. John Kasich says phasing out expanded Medicaid coverage is "very bad idea."
Updated: 5 hours ago

Former Phoenix fire captain dies nearly 8 years after crash

A former Phoenix fire captain who suffered serious injuries in an on-duty accident almost eight years ago has died
Updated: 6 hours ago
Doctor-lawmaker tries to restrict smoking in tobacco country

Doctor-lawmaker tries to restrict smoking in tobacco country

A medical doctor in the Kentucky Senate is leading the effort to restrict smoking in a state that leads the country in smoking rates
Updated: 9 hours ago

Doctor who identified NFL brain disease to speak at BC

The doctor who identified the brain disease CTE that's affecting many former NFL players is coming to Boston College
Updated: 10 hours ago
AP FACT CHECK: The audacity of hype

AP FACT CHECK: The audacity of hype

It was a week of problematic statements from President Donald Trump _perhaps none more striking than his contention that his new administration, beset by stumbles, is running like a "fine-tuned machine."
Updated: 10 hours ago

Ivan Koloff, wrestling's "Russian Bear," dies at 74

Ivan Koloff, the Canadian professional wrestler known as "The Russian Bear" in the ring, had died after fighting liver cancer
Published: 02/19/17
Montana officials alarmed as they fight surge in meth use

Montana officials alarmed as they fight surge in meth use

Panelists at a drug summit convened by the Montana Legislature say state resources are being strained because of an increase in methamphetamine use
Published: 02/19/17