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  • Measles is back. And more dangerous than you think.

    Measles is back. And more dangerous than you think.
    Measles is back. Again. An outbreak is percolating that was first documented in California and has spread to four other Western states and Mexico. An unknown person incubating a measles infection exposed an undetermined number of individuals at...
  • Why Black History Month?

    Why Black History Month?
    Every February, college professors like myself are tasked with reminding students and the general public of the significance of Black History Month. Undoubtedly, many people understand the potential value behind a designated month dedicated to this part...
  • KML Moves Into 10th Place All-Time In Scoring

    KML Moves Into 10th Place All-Time In Scoring
    CINCINNATI — Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, already UConn's most prolific three-pointer shooter, officially joined the pantheon of its greatest scorers Sunday at Cincinnati. Playing in just her 122nd game, Mosqueda-Lewis scored 19 points in 16 minutes to...
  • Brady Wins The Duel With Flacco

    Brady Wins The Duel With Flacco
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — In this wildly entertaining playoff game, the kind of night that makes the NFL king among North American sports, there was only one perfect quarterback. It was Julian Edelman. With 4:20 remaining in the third quarter, the...
  • Four Tabb field hockey players sign Division I scholarships; Phoebus hurdler Charles Graham poised to sign with Missouri

    Four Tabb field hockey players sign Division I scholarships; Phoebus hurdler Charles Graham poised to sign with Missouri
    The Bay Rivers District has faithfully delivered a high percentage of state field hockey championships over the years, so it's hardly surprising that the league has moved many into the Division I ranks. Even so, it was hard not to be impressed when 10...
  • Chapter Six: A New Building, And New Suburban Focus

    Chapter Six: A New Building, And New Suburban Focus
    With the end of World War II came profound changes in how Americans lived, reshaping the nation's landscape — and the fortunes of The Courant. Over the next two decades, as the population swelled and the economy flourished, thousands gave up city...
  • Ebola-infected nurse arrives at Atlanta's Emory hospital for treatment

    Ebola-infected nurse arrives at Atlanta's Emory hospital for treatment
    One of two Dallas nurses who tested positive for Ebola was transferred to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta for treatment late Wednesday, the hospital said.  Amber Vinson, 29, was among those who had treated Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan. She...
  • Health official allowed new Ebola patient on plane with slight fever: source

    Health official allowed new Ebola patient on plane with slight fever: source
    A second Texas nurse who has contracted Ebola told a U.S. health official she had a slight fever and was allowed to board a plane from Ohio to Texas, a federal source said on Wednesday, intensifying concerns about the U.S. response to the deadly virus....
  • As second nurse is infected with Ebola, her air travel heightens fears

    As second nurse is infected with Ebola, her air travel heightens fears
    Fears grew Wednesday that more medical workers may have been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus after a second Dallas nurse fell ill and health officials scrambled to alert scores of airline passengers who had been on a jet with her. After weeks of...
  • Second Nurse Falls Ill With Ebola

    DALLAS — Fears grew Wednesday that more medical workers might have been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus after a second Dallas nurse fell ill and health officials scrambled to alert scores of airline passengers who had been on a jet with her....
  • Ann P. Lundy, native plant advocate

    Ann P. Lundy, native plant advocate
    Ann Porter Lundy, a former president of the Maryland Orchid Society and founder of Baltimore's chapter of the Maryland Native Plant Society, died Sept. 28 of cancer at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. She was 70. "She taught a lot of people about...