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  • Bus crash: Impact threw some victims onto roadway, officials say

    ORLAND, Calif. -- The National Transportation Safety Board said some of the victims killed in Thursday's Northern California tour bus crash were thrown from the coach when a FedEx truck slammed into it. The search for the cause of the crash continued as...
  • California bus crash: Report of fire in FedEx truck adds to mystery

    California bus crash: Report of fire in FedEx truck adds to mystery
    Investigators probing the collision of a FedEx freight truck and a charter bus that killed 10 were dealing with disparate clues, including reports that the truck was on fire before the crash as well as evidence that its driver appeared not to brake. A...
  • Conflicting accounts of moments before FedEx truck, tour bus crash

    Conflicting accounts of moments before FedEx truck, tour bus crash
    ORLAND, Calif. — Two conflicting eyewitness accounts emerged Saturday as investigators delved deeper into the cause of the horrific collision between a truck and a charter bus that killed 10 and cast a pall over a college-acceptance trip to Humboldt...
  • For some stellar CPS students, hard work pays off — literally

    For some stellar CPS students, hard work pays off — literally
    Jessica Winters is happy. The graduating valedictorian of Kenwood Academy High School on Chicago's South Side held up a sign saying so in a cheery video made recently by fellow students to the soundtrack of Pharrell Williams' "Happy," along with the...
  • William H. Adolph, chiropractor

    William H. Adolph, chiropractor
    Dr. William Howard Adolph, a retired Randallstown-area chiropractor and decorated World War II veteran, died of cancer March 27 at his Owings Mills home. He was 92. Born in Philadelphia and raised in the Idlewylde section of Baltimore County, he was the...
  • 50 percent fewer students to receive Bright Futures

    50 percent fewer students to receive Bright Futures
    Tougher new requirements mean Florida is likely to offer only half as many Bright Futures scholarships this fall compared to last year, according to a new report. About 21,340 students are expected to be eligible for the merit-based scholarship this...
  • Gov. Rick Scott talks about college costs with students, parents

    Gov. Rick Scott talks about college costs with students, parents
    Gov. Rick Scott visited Colonial High School on Tuesday to talk to families about their struggle to afford college. The governor reiterated that he supports reducing college costs, including lowering tuition for undocumented students who grew up in...
  • Felon goes from prison to Valencia honor student

     Felon goes from prison to Valencia honor student
    When Valencia College President Sandy Shugart discovered one of his school's most promising students was living in an Orlando homeless shelter and spending hours each day riding the public bus system to take classes on three campuses, he offered the young...
  • Banquet to honor longtime educator Helen Mosteller

    A banquet to honor longtime Lake County educator Helen Mosteller is 6:30 p.m. April 25 at the Eustis Community Center, 601 Northshore Drive. Former students, colleagues and friends are welcome. Mosteller, a physical education coach and counselor, taught...
  • College athletes union places workplace issues in new light

    A National Labor Relations Board decision that classified Northwestern football players as university employees could have a lasting impact on the future of amateur sports. It also could complicate matters for athletes and universities alike. After all,...
  • College athletes aren't alone in struggling to define work status

    What do exotic dancers, Sleepy's mattress delivery men, graduate assistants, FedEx drivers, cleaning contractors, student interns, carpenters and college football players have in common? They are all struggling, in some legal way, to determine whether...