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Deutsche Bank is reported to have flagged transactions by entities controlled by President Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner for potential money laundering. Also on our Monday rundown: Disability-rights advocates sue New York’s transit authority over accessibility. Plus, we'll let you know why the Capitol could go dark for the Boise Pride Festival.

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Archive: October 31, 2008

Cleveland, OH - From farms to locker rooms, antibiotic-resistant staph infections are plaguing more athletes in Ohio, including the Cleveland Browns' Kellen Winslow. Some studies have shown the increase of infections could be due to the overuse of antibiotics in farm animals that end up as regular ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV – Healthcare access is the top concern of many Native Americans in Nevada, just as it is with other groups. And, with only days until the election, Nevada is one of many states now mulling over the idea of lowering its state contributions to the federal Medicaid program, as a way ...Read More

Blacksburg, VA - It takes seeing, and heeding, some "red flags" in order to identify and prevent unhealthy relationships that can lead to sexual abuse and violence. The Red Flag Campaign is underway on Virginia college campuses, to raise students' awareness of the warning signs that indicate somethi ...Read More

Vancouver, BC – Chickens and pigs eat six times more seafood than people in the United States, because they're fed pellets made from forage fish, the small fish that are the ocean food source for larger fish, mammals and seabirds. A nine-year study just released by the University of British Co ...Read More

Eagle Point, OR – If Oregon teenagers could vote, the "change" politicians are touting in their speeches and ads would soon be a reality. More than 50,000 Oregon teens from 300 schools voted in a national mock election this week. Democrat Barack Obama would be president if they had their say, ...Read More

Cheyenne, WY – Some say a ghost haunts Seat 107 in the auditorium; others are sure she can be found backstage. It's a story that has been passed down through generations at Natrona County High School, a rumor about a young girl who supposedly died falling off the stage in the 1940s. The myste ...Read More

Cheyenne, WY – Winter heating bills are expected to be 40 to 80 percent higher this season, according to Wyoming Family Services. However, it looks like more people in the state will be able to get help paying them. The state has raised the income limits for qualifying families for its Low In ...Read More

Vancouver, BC – The oceans are being stripped of a major food source – not only for oceangoing fish and birds, but for people - according to a nine-year study from the University of British Columbia (UBC). It calls the trend "alarming," that more than one-third of the fish caught in the ...Read More

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