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Archive: July 12, 2011

SEATTLE - President Obama isn't the only person sounding off about the nation's budget crisis. Washingtonians over age 50 are packing into meetings being held around the state by AARP to discuss the budget/deficit situation. The organization says its members will not accept any cuts to Social Securi ...Read More

OLYMPIA, Wash. - One measure likely to be on the Washington ballot in November looks a lot like another one that voters already approved in 2008. It increases mandatory training hours and requires criminal background checks for home-care workers who work with seniors and people with disabilities. Th ...Read More

SOUTH BEND, Ind. - The heat wave over much of Indiana has sparked an advisory from the National Weather Service, reminding residents about health risks of high heat for the very young and those over 65. Leah Schrock, health education coordinator with the Area 2 Agency on Aging in South Bend, says ...Read More

NEW YORK - Urban radio markets are about to play catch-up with rural areas. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to issue new rules today for Low-Power FM (LPFM) stations to operate in big cities like New York, the nation's number-one media market. Cheryl Leanza, an attorney and ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - In West Virginia, one-third of all murders have been linked to domestic violence, and studies show a strong connection between domestic violence and other crimes. By one count, four-fifths of female prisoners across the country have been victims of some kind of abuse. A federal ...Read More

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