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  • Jewish amputee sues hospital for cremating leg

    Jewish amputee sues hospital for cremating leg
    An Orthodox Jew is suing Skokie Hospital for cremating his amputated leg instead of preserving the limb to be buried next to him. Some Jewish traditions suggest the deceased should be buried whole in preparation for the afterlife. Hospital's...
  • Seminole County judicial race draws incumbent, two challengers

    Seminole County judicial race draws incumbent, two challengers
    In this year's one contested race for Seminole County judge, voters must decide between incumbent Jerri Collins and two candidates who have filed for bankruptcy, Alex Finch and Sandra I. Rivera. Collins, 52, has been on the bench eight years,...
  • Will same-sex marriages begin in Virginia this week?

    U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts has asked those involved in Virginia's same-sex marriage case to respond by Monday to a request to delay a federal judge's ruling tossing the state's ban on gay marriage. If the high court does not stay...
  • The Spirit Of Coventry's Caprilands Still Alive

    The Spirit Of Coventry's Caprilands Still Alive
    Even now, after decades of decline, nearly 20 years since its founder held forth on Caprilands Herb Farm, the 69-acre property breathes tranquillity and inspires an enlightened connection to nature. The question is whether Caprilands will ever regain its...
  • A Bleak View Of NCAA's Future

    A Bleak View Of NCAA's Future
    Walter Harrison, a serious man of letters, is not without that most important of qualities: A dry sense of humor. "So you want to check in with the wrong side of history," the University of Hartford president said after picking up the phone the other...
  • When a budget deficit hawk gets into debt

    When a budget deficit hawk gets into debt
    Gov. Bob McDonnell was blunt: The nation's debt, he told a radio audience back in 2010, was so large that it was "immoral and unsustainable." That year, the federal government's debt stood at $13.6 trillion, roughly six times its total annual income....
  • Minister is on a mission to save girls from prostitution

    Minister is on a mission to save girls from prostitution
    It was just after 3 p.m. in San Bernardino, 99 hellish degrees and counting, as two working girls walked along Baseline Street.They appeared to be somewhere between 16 and 19, about the same as the other females working the track in a city boxed in by...
  • Kathy Van Mullekom: Explore expected and unexpected beauty of new Richmond Garden Trail

    Richmond is rich in gardens. Some of those gardens are now connected into what is called the Richmond Garden Trail – eight sites that provide different garden experiences – large public garden, sculpture garden, an estate, classic Virginia...
  • Victim of nanny abuse shares her story

    Victim of nanny abuse shares her story
    When the news of her abusive nanny hit the media in Utah, Sarah Tueting tried to stay out of the public eye. It's not that she was shy or unaccustomed to the spotlight. She'd been making news since she was the only girl on the New Trier High School...
  • WNBA stars Brittney Griner, Glory Johnson announce they are engaged

    WNBA stars Brittney Griner, Glory Johnson announce they are engaged
    WNBA standouts Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson have announced they are engaged to be married. Griner proposed to Johnson on Thursday and posted a photo via Instagram on Friday showing her on one knee presenting a ring to Johnson. Griner, a star...
  • Number of jailed Baltimore juveniles on the decline

    Number of jailed Baltimore juveniles on the decline
    Malik Smallwood lounged in front of Baltimore's Juvenile Justice Center, puffing on a cigarette and his recalling his teenage years spent in and out of the facility — he called it "kiddie camp." Now 18, Smallwood said temptation loomed on the...