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  • New back pain treatments keep patients on the move

    After he had battled lower back pain for three months with hot showers, analgesic heat rubs and heating pads, it finally happened. Chris Roth awoke one morning barely able to move. This was a huge problem for Roth. As owner of Steel City Ballroom in a...
  • Early diagnosis and intervention key with autism improvement

     Early diagnosis and intervention key with autism improvement
    The prevalence of autism in the U.S. has soared in recent decades. There is no single verifiable cause and no magic pill for treatment. But new research suggests earlier diagnosis is possible and, with that, hope for a better outcome. "The earlier we...
  • Humility, faith at core of Tony Bennett the man and coach

    Humility, faith at core of Tony Bennett the man and coach
    Tony Bennett was at peace. At first inclined to accept the University of Virginia's head basketball coaching position, he had elected to remain at Washington State, a program he had steered to new heights and a school he had come to embrace. But as...
  • Tirelessly working to make NCAA March Madness a success

    For six months leading up to the 2015 NCAA men's basketball tournament opening Thursday at Consol Energy Center, three mostly anonymous Duquesne University athletic officials did everything they could to consider all contingencies. With Duquesne as...
  • Curtis Gans dies at 77; liberal activist and journalist

    Curtis Gans dies at 77; liberal activist and journalist
    Curtis Gans, a liberal activist, journalist and recognized expert on voter turnout in the United States, has died. He was 77. Gans, a northern Virginia resident, died of lung cancer Sunday night at a hospital in Frederick, Md., said his son, Aaron Gans....
  • UNC helping homeless former football player Ryan Hoffman

    Ryan Hoffman once helped the University of North Carolina win football games and lift the Tar Heels into the national polls. Hoffman, a former offensive lineman who has been homeless and possibly battling the the impact of football-related head injuries,...
  • Colleges give Clinton an A � and campaign millions

    BERKELEY, Calif. In December, hundreds of volunteers signed up for Hillary Clinton at the University of California, Berkeley more than at any other campus in the nation when the Ready for Hillary bus rolled through town nearly two years before America...
  • UNC pays whistleblower Willingham $335,000 in settlement

    UNC-Chapel Hill is paying former learning specialist Mary Willingham $335,000 to settle her claim she had been retaliated against for blowing the whistle on the longest-running academic fraud in NCAA history. Willingham's attorney, Heydt Philbeck,...
  • North Carolina reportedly reaches settlement with fraud whistle-blower

    North Carolina reportedly reaches settlement with fraud whistle-blower
    The University of North Carolina has agreed to pay a settlement to a former employee who helped spark the NCAA's academic fraud investigation of the university's athletic program. According to the Raleigh News & Observer, North Carolina has agreed to...
  • Documentary looks to influence legislation, NFL draft

    WASHINGTON When a documentary comes around that might influence legislation in Congress, a few people might raise their eyebrows. But when a documentary comes around that might influence the NFL draft? That's how you get attention. Such is the...
  • Bethlehem Catholic grad Ziad Haddad has no regrets as wrestling career at Kutztown winds down

    Considering the Division I interest he drew coming out of Bethlehem Catholic as a PIAA wrestling champion, Ziad Haddad never imagined he'd be wearing the golden singlet of Kutztown University in his final collegiate wrestling match. However, given the...