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Archive: December 1, 2008

Springfield, MO - Childcare providers in Missouri will learn new research this week about the suspected link between violence and brain development in children. Experts say domestic violence is on the rise in Missouri, which advocates believe may be due, in part, to the struggling economy. Many fear ...Read More

Chicago, IL – The State of Illinois isn't paying its bills on time, and one of its largest caregivers says that's got to change. At issue is reimbursement to the community-based organizations that deliver social services to families on the state's behalf. Lutheran Social Services of Illinois ...Read More

Tucson, AZ – World AIDS Day 2008 finds great progress in awareness and treatment for HIV and AIDS. Because of major advances in treatment the past 20 years, AIDS is no longer considered a terminal illness. But activists say progress is tempered by the continuing lack of prevention efforts outs ...Read More

Richmond, VA - The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that in the next 20 years, Virginia's elder population will increase by 130 percent, and this month, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine is scheduled to review a possible raise for personal care assistants to help those aged Virginians. It's a job that keeps ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV – A Nevada tribe is offering to help the new administration keep watch over public lands. The Reno Sparks Indian Colony is offering President-elect Obama its help in providing security on Indian and other federally owned public lands. The tribe criticizes Bush Administration budg ...Read More

New York, NY — As more cities in New York state go "green" with new quiet-running, cleaner-technology hybrid buses, there is an unintended consequence — danger to pedestrians. The new buses, as well as other hybrid vehicles, in use in Albany, Rochester and Manhattan are so quiet that som ...Read More

New York, NY — As police investigators review surveillance tapes to determine who trampled a Long Island Wal-Mart worker to death — New York mental health advocates say shopping frenzy is a sign of a larger problem. While the Long Island Black Friday stampede was the only one to claim a ...Read More

Port Angeles, WA – Exactly one year ago, the incredible wind and rainstorms now known as the "Great Coastal Gale of 2007" hit Washington and Oregon, causing widespread floods, power outages and deaths. Seven Washington counties were declared federal disaster areas. Even today, the cleanup co ...Read More

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