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Mueller reported to give Barr three weeks' heads-up that he would not make a conclusion on Trump obstruction of justice. Also on the Tuesday rundown: Poverty figures into student literacy. Plus, natural-gas waste is higher than average on Navajo lands.

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Archive: September 17, 2014

PHOTO: Taking the pulse of Kentucky's health-care system, experts gathered Tuesday to share ideas on ways to reshape the delivery of care. Photo by Greg Stotelmyer.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - In the midst of sweeping health-care reform in Kentucky, hundreds of people gathered in Louisville on Tuesday to explore how to "do care differently." Dave Bolt, deputy director of the Kentucky Primary Care Association, said it's time to move away from what he calls a "treat 'em a ...Read More

PHOTO: Judge Mark Smith of Hendricks County meets with students as part of the Indiana Supreme Court's Constitution Day program. Photo courtesy of Indiana Supreme Court.

INDIANAPOLIS - Dozens of judges will step out from behind the bench today and into Indiana classrooms. They'll hold discussions with students in observance of Constitution Day, a celebration of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787. Judge Kathleen Lang of the Superior Court of LaPo ...Read More

PHOTO: Taking a walk in the fall in Wisconsin can be a beautiful experience for both you and your heart. The American Heart Association is sponsoring fall walks at locations all around the state. Photo credit Friends of WI State Parks.

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - A good brisk walk in the fall in Wisconsin can be really good for your heart health. Jay Matz, communications director of the American Heart Association in Wisconsin, said that's one of the reasons they sponsor fall Heart Walks all around the state. "They're very fun, family-frie ...Read More

PHOTO: The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota is warning consumers about payday lenders, saying itís important to research them thoroughly before agreeing to any loan. Photo credit: Taber Andrew Bain/Flickr.

MINNEAPOLIS - With many in the state still struggling in the wake of the recession, caution is being advised for those considering a payday lender. According to the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota, the payday-loan industry continues to be problematic, whether it's brick-and-mortar - or online, ...Read More

PHOTO: Baltimore is encouraging citizens, groups and businesses to be creative with proposals to turn vacant lots into spaces that benefit neighborhoods, and the environment. Photo courtesy Chesapeake Bay Trust

BALTIMORE - Taking an eyesore and turning it into neighborhood "eye candy." Winners are sharing nearly $300,000 in funding in the Growing Green Design Competition: Vacant Lots Transformed. Their projects will improve neighborhoods and include environmental benefits, such as reducing stormwater runo ...Read More

PHOTO: Colorado immigrants and faith groups are working together to form the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition, to help offer respite to people facing deportation. Photo courtesy of American Friends Service Committee.

DENVER - Places of worship are known as places to find comfort in faith, and a group of Denver faith leaders also wants to offer relief from the threat of deportation to members of the immigrant community. This week, five congregations announced the formation of the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition ...Read More

PHOTO: North Carolina ranked third in the nation in 2013 for solar installations, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). Graphic courtesy SEIA.

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - North Carolina could come closer to living up to its solar-power potential with a $500 million investment from Duke Energy. The corporation said this week it will construct three solar farms to generate 128 megawatts of electricity - in Elm City, Fayetteville and Warsaw. John ...Read More

PHOTO: A metro Detroit woman hopes Detroit will soon be known as the Little Free Library capital of the world, as she works to raise money to place the community book boxes throughout the city. Photo courtesy of Detroit Little Free Library Campaign.

DETROIT - Over the years, Detroit has held many titles and nicknames, many of them negative - which is why, as the city works to reinvent itself, one local woman is on a mission to crown it the "Little Free Library capital of the world." Kim Kozlowski wants to raise enough money over the next 12 mo ...Read More

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