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Archive: February 3, 2012

ST. PAUL, Minn. – You'll likely notice that red is a common color choice for clothing in towns across Minnesota today. It is National Wear Red Day, an annual effort by the American Heart Association to raise awareness that the most likely cause of death for a woman is heart disease. On averag ...Read More

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FRISCO, Colo. - Coloradans were on Capitol Hill this week, offering options on how the government can preserve and protect the Colorado River's water resources for future generations - and preserve Colorado businesses as well. The Colorado River snakes more than 1,400 miles through the West, from i ...Read More

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A coalition of businesses along the Colorado River took its concerns about water supply-and-demand issues to Washington this week. Members of the group "Protect the Flows" shared potential solutions with the Interior Department and members of Congress. Recreation and tourism are ...Read More

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PHOENIX - Small-business people who depend on the Colorado River to support tourism- and recreation-related jobs traveled to Washington this week, promoting ideas to fix the imbalance between water supply and demand in the seven-state basin. The 370-member "Protect the Flows" coalition wants to ens ...Read More

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Mothers who suffer from depression often pass it on to their children. A grant just awarded to a New Haven consortium - one of 10 awards nationwide - promises to address the mental-health needs of both mothers and children. MOMS - Mental Health Outreach for Mothers - received the ...Read More

CONCORD, N.H. - He is perhaps best known as a self-proclaimed citizen journalist who secretly videotaped himself and an associate posing as a pimp and prostitute at A.C.O.R.N. offices around the country. Now, James O'Keefe has come under fire for another event that took place last month in the Grani ...Read More

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Women are being asked to tell stories from - and about - their hearts, and one of them could become a national spokesperson. Officials from the American Heart Association of South Dakota will hold a Go Red Connect! event Saturday at Empire Mall in Sioux Falls. Spokeswoman Chriss ...Read More

LAKEVIEW, Ore. - Southern Oregon's Lake County is getting a cash infusion of $3.5 million through the Forest Service. The Lakeview Stewardship Project is one of 23 selected nationwide for federal funding announced on Thursday by Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, and will receive the largest of the ...Read More

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