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This year's July 4th had COVID-19, ongoing protests about systemic racism, and a presidential visit to Mt. Rushmore. Plus, Trump signed an order to plan a new statue park.

Archive: January 30, 2012

ARRINGTON, Va. - Advocates for dental health will be in Richmond on Tuesday to ask state lawmakers to keep funding in place for dental clinics. If a person has good teeth, chances are he or she also has good overall health, and Virginia health-care providers want to make sure legislators understan ...Read More

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida real estate developers were selling houses as fast as they could build them until the bottom fell out of the market. Now, hundreds of new homes and condos stand empty, threatened with decay and vandalism. What can property owners do to preserve their investment until a h ...Read More

MEREDITH, N.Y. - President Obama got bipartisan applause during his State of the Union address when he called for an all-out clean-energy initiative. But a new film serves as a cautionary tale. Like many of her neighbors in Meredith, a small town near Oneonta, filmmaker Laura Israel was thrilled to ...Read More

MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin has the nation's second-highest growth rate for outdoor wood-fired boilers (OWBs), which burn wood to heat water which is then pumped into the home to provide heat. Once used mainly in rural areas, OWBs now are being used in urban areas by homeowners trying to combat the r ...Read More

BOSTON - Groups which advocate for people with disabilities across the Bay State say the more than $32 billion state budget plan Gov. Deval Patrick released last week could carry a great human cost if enacted. The budget would slash spending that supports thousands of persons with disabilities and ...Read More

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - The first hearing under the state's Racial Justice Act is to begin today in a Fayetteville courtroom. The act allows North Carolina inmates sentenced to death to argue that race was a factor in their sentencing, and to convert their sentences to life in prison. Today's hearing ...Read More

RALEIGH, N.C. - Tax season is on the minds of many in North Carolina, and not everyone is up to the task without some expert help. AARP's Tax Aide program begins statewide today, with free preparation of income-tax returns for people with low to moderate income. Almost 80,000 people received help i ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Perhaps partly because the problem has not been visible in West Virginia, it is one of only two states without a specific law against human trafficking, where people are forced into prostitution or hard labor against their will. A bill now before the State Legislature would chang ...Read More

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