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  • A Degree In HPV

    A Degree In HPV
    If you’re like me, you worry about any medicine you give your child let alone inject into their little  body – whether it’s been around for a 100 years or it’s the latest cure all.  I’m always leery.  So, I certainly...
  • Can You Pronounce Hydrochlorothiazide?

    You get a bunch of baby boomers together and inevitably the conversation turns to aches and pains. This, of course, is a topic to which everyone can relate. The only baby boomers who don't have something to moan and groan about at this stage are the ones...
  • For L.A. Dependency Court, a first: the press

    For L.A. Dependency Court, a first: the press
    I have been attending trials in Los Angeles for 20 years. I've covered torture and murder, drug smuggling and bank robberies. I covered the trial of the officers who beat Rodney G. King and the rioters who beat Reginald O. Denny. I covered the murder...
  • Prosecutor files motion to test second vial of David Bisard's blood

    Prosecutor files motion to test second vial of David Bisard's blood
    The Marion County Prosecutor's Office has filed a motion asking for the second vial of blood evidence to be tested in the reckless homicide case against suspended IMPD Officer David Bisard. Bisard is accused of crashing his squad car into a group of...
  • Bill to strengthen synthetic drug ban passes House committee

    Bill to strengthen synthetic drug ban passes House committee
    A bill to strengthen Indiana's ban on synthetic drugs designed to mimic the effects of marijuana and cocaine could soon head for a full vote in the Indiana House. The Senate initiative unanimously passed the House Committee on Courts and Criminal Code...
  • Plant Doctor: Advice for growing blueberries in your yard

    Q. I am planning to grow blueberries in my yard and around my house. What is your advice and can I find good plants locally? A. Start this fruit production project by having your soil tested at your local University of Florida Extension office. Take...
  • Tom MacCubbin's March gardening calendar

    Average temperature High 79 Low 56 Rainfall 3.54 inches Spring arrives: March 20 1. Moon phases Full moon March 8 Last quarter March 14 New moon March 22 First quarter March 30 2. Moon sign planting dates Above ground crops: 2, 3, 4, 7, 25, 26,...
  • Lauren Ritchie: 'Tech Effect' let Casey Anthony win

    Lauren Ritchie: 'Tech Effect' let Casey Anthony win
    If Casey Anthony had been tried 30 years ago in that same Orange County courtroom, she probably would be facing a death sentence today instead of the few measly years she spent awaiting trial. The 25-year-old mother who last week slipped out of a...
  • 'Curb' comic's stand-up blends sweetness and acid

    'Curb' comic's stand-up blends sweetness and acid
    Only Jeff Garlin could get away with doing an entire show about his giving up sweet stuff — even titling the show "No Sugar Tonight" — while swigging from a bottle of Gatorade. The thematic disconnect was particularly egregious because, by...
  • Rick Scott's work group must show zero tolerance for neglecting the elderly

    Rick Scott's work group must show zero tolerance for neglecting the elderly
    Next week,Florida leaders take a closer look at the state's assisted-living facilities. They can start by looking at the body count. In recent years, neglected and abused residents have been found beaten, burned and starved. The body of a 75-year-old...
  • The death penalty: A dead end in Florida

    The death penalty: A dead end in Florida
    Executing inmates is getting harder, more expensive and a lot loonier in Florida. But kill them we must, and so the follies continue. This year state officials added a new drug to their lethal-injection cocktail. The Florida Supreme Court blocked its...