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Archive: October 17, 2011

SEATTLE - People who work in schools, local government and after-school programs in 21 states are in Seattle today for what is called the "Bridge Conference" - bridging the gap between what kids do inside and outside of the classroom. More than 600 people are attending workshops that range from boos ...Read More

MADISON, Wis. - Americans rely on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for protection from unsafe drugs, but an expert on the topic says the FDA isn't doing its job. Now the Wisconsin State Legislature is considering a bill which would prevent Wisconsin residents from filing lawsuits if they' ...Read More

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Few things in life are guaranteed, but many Florida parents can ensure a college education for their children by participating in the state's prepaid college plan. The annual sign-up period begins today. The Florida Prepaid College Plan allows parents to lock in college tuition ...Read More

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Crying economic foul, thousands of protesters - part of the Occupy movement, born in the shadows of Wall Street - have taken to the streets in cities across Florida. Occupy Tallahassee activists surrounded the historic Capitol dome. They are of all ages and backgrounds. One is re ...Read More

CHICAGO - It's tough to find homes for pets in Illinois these days. When 79-year-old Evanston resident Allen Wilbourn's longtime companion cat "Joffrey" died a year ago, Wilbourn became lethargic. Although he's been a lifelong cat owner, Wilbourn wouldn't adopt another one because he has been in and ...Read More

INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana has an excess of unwanted horses. Horse rescue facilities are 'maxed out,' people say they can't afford to feed them, and the animals grow old or become ill. Dr. Tim Bartlett, director of equine programs for the Indiana Board of Animal Health, says several equine organizatio ...Read More

MORGANTON, N.C. - Animal rescue organizations in North Carolina don't often turn people away who want to offer a loving home to an animal, but this month, many are choosing not to offer adoptions of black cats. Halloween is the reason, with organizations fearing the possibility of animal cruelty aga ...Read More

BOISE, Idaho - There is new leadership at the Idaho Education Association (IEA), and it comes at a time of ongoing intense debate about reform and funding. President Penni Cyr took office two months ago. Since then, she has traveled the state to talk to legislators and others about what the future o ...Read More

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