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Archive: March 20, 2012

FARGO, N.D. - A longtime dentist in the Red River Valley says the teeth of young children there are in the worst condition he's ever seen. Dr. William Savage, dental director of the Family HealthCare Center in Fargo, says it's no longer unusual for kids to have cavities before they start kindergarte ...Read More

SANFORD, N.C. - A meeting today in Sanford marks the North Carolina public's first chance to hear from state officials about the controversial process of fracking, where natural gas is extracted from the ground with horizontal drillings, after rock formations deep underground are fractured with chem ...Read More

SALEM, Ore. - AARP is asking Oregonians to stand up and share their opinions about the futures of Social Security and Medicare, in a new campaign called "You've Earned a Say." The group says Congress is treating Social Security and Medicare as line items in the federal budget debate, rather than as ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Hundreds of faith leaders, religious advocates and faithful citizens will converge on the State Capitol in St. Paul today. The effort is part of the Joint Religious Legislative Coalition's Day on the Hill. Executive director Brian Rusche says one of their focuses will be to prote ...Read More

BALTIMORE - Maryland families putting together child-care budgets can get a good idea how much it will cost, thanks to new research from the Maryland Family Network. The prices vary widely around the state. Care for two children, an infant and a preschooler, would cost a family about $9600 a year ...Read More

WALDEN, Colo. - It's a ritual that's as much a part of Colorado's landscape as 14ers or windswept plains. Each spring the male Greater Sage Grouse "dances" to attract a mate, attracting tourists to the area as well. Soren Jespersen, Northern Colorado Wildlands Coordinator for The Wilderness Societ ...Read More

ALBANY, N.Y. - Spring came in at 1:14 this morning in New York, and for those who make a custom of doing spring cleaning, the dangerous chemicals in some household cleaners could turn this vernal quarter into a sad season. Twenty-one groups have sent a letter to New York's top environmental watchdog ...Read More

PHOENIX - Skies over several National Parks will be clearer and people in the Four Corners region will be healthier if a federal lawsuit filed Monday is successful. The National Parks Conservation Association and the Navajo environmental group Diné CARE are suing the EPA to speed up the retrofi ...Read More

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