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  • Students, administrators rush to protect others during campus tragedy

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. When a knife-wielding, black-clad student stormed out of a classroom in the science wing of Franklin Regional High School Wednesday, instincts kicked in. In sophomore Brett Hurt's case, according to his friend Gracey Evans, the...
  • Knife attack at Pa. high school wounds 21 students; 16 year-old is arraigned

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. They prepared for guns but faced knives instead. In the era of Newtown and Virginia Tech and Columbine, danger and bloodshed came Wednesday to Franklin Regional Senior High School not at the end of a barrel but rather at the points of...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Gaylord Hospital Recognized By People's Action For Clean Energy

    Gaylord Hospital, in Wallingford, will be recognized on April 29 by People's Action for Clean Energy (PACE) with the 2014 Environmental Energy Leadership Award as the first Connecticut hospital operating with a solar thermal heating system. "We would...
  • Pennsylvania school stabbing: Authorities try to pin down a motive

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. — It took only a few minutes, what the governor would call “one horrific five-minute period,” for a 16-year-old high school student wielding two kitchen-size knives to attack 21 people at Franklin Regional Senior High...
  • Newborn baby found dead in dumpster in Corona

    Corona Police found a deceased newborn girl wrapped in plastic bags inside a trash dumpster Tuesday, officials said. Authorities said they were led to the dumpster by the mother, who told police she thought the baby was stillborn at the time of the...
  • Hopkins workers strike over wages

    Hopkins workers strike over wages
    As striking service workers rallied Wednesday on Orleans Street in front of John Hopkins Hospital, a hospital official said that the East Baltimore medical institution can't raise wages too much without eliminating other jobs. "A key concern is making...
  • 79-year-old church deacon killed in Newport News shooting

    79-year-old church deacon killed in Newport News shooting
    NEWPORT NEWS — Clinton Stonewall Jackson Sr. stood before the congregation of Goodwill Baptist Church Sunday and thanked God that he was about to celebrate his 80th birthday. "He testified that he was going to turn 80 in a few weeks," said Rev....
  • Coast Guard helps get man from ship to hospital

    The Coast Guard on Wednesday took a man having a medical issue off a cruise ship, so that he could be taken to a hospital. The agency was notified about 3 a.m. that a 44-year-old man aboard the Carnival Sensation, off the coast of Pompano Beach, was...
  • VA's response to congressional inquiries about patient deaths called 'ridiculous'

    WASHINGTON A House of Representatives committee blasted the Department of Veterans Affairs on Wednesday over a lack of progress and accountability in the aftermath of at least 23 preventable veteran deaths that were the result of delays in treatment at VA...
  • Pennsylvania school stabbing: Doctor struck by size of deep wounds

    Pennsylvania school stabbing: Doctor struck by size of deep wounds
    Dr. Chris Kaufmann, on duty Wednesday morning when injured students in the Pennsylvania high school stabbing were rushed into his trauma unit, said he struck by the size of the knife wounds. “The stab wounds were large in my experience,”...
  • 20 injured in knife attack at Pa. high school

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. Twenty people were injured three critically when a teenager wielding two 8-inch kitchen knives Wednesday morning attacked students at Franklin Regional Senior High School in Murrysville. All of the injured were students with the exception...