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The new play Fall tells the story of playwright Arthur Miller’s son, Daniel, who was born with Down syndrome and was institutionalized as an infant. His parents never publicly acknowledged him.
One of Pruitt’s closest political allies in Congress said he would call for the EPA chief to step down if his ethical scandals don’t stop.
You can help prevent suicide, researchers say, by knowing the signs and reaching out. More boys and men in the U.S. take their own lives than women and girls, but that difference has narrowed.
The jury’s been out on whether low vitamin D blood levels increase the risk of colorectal cancer. Researchers say a new review involving more than 12,000 people strongly suggests the answer is yes.
The national Centers for Disease Control said illicit drug use is down among the nation’s high school students, but drug use is still a concern based on findings in its latest Youth Risk Behavior Survey. The CDC asked U.S. high school students if they’ve participated in activities that may negatively impact their well-being. When it… Read More
A member of the jury who recommended the death penalty for a convicted murderer in 1997 is now seeking mercy for that killer. They said they would’ve reached a different decision had the case been argued better. Ross Geiger told the parole board he doesn’t question if Raymond Tibbetts is guilty of murdering Fred Hicks and Judith Sue Crawford. But Geiger believes he… Read More
The soccer tournament kicks off in Moscow on Thursday. From new stars to controversial stadiums, here’s our guide on what to follow.
For the first time ever, Ohio University is providing an in-depth musical theater camp for high school students, June 17 through June 23, culminating in a performance of Cabaret. The camp is being offered as both a residential camp and a day camp, including meals, after class activities and much more. Classes will focus on… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s Democratic attorney general has filed a sixth lawsuit against a pharmaceutical company for deceptive marketing of opioid-based painkillers. Andy Beshear announced on Thursday that he has filed a lawsuit against Walgreens in Boone Circuit Court. Beshear says Deerfield, Illinois-based Walgreens excessively distributed and dispensed opioids in Kentucky and failed to… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Health officials in West Virginia say two more food service workers have been diagnosed with hepatitis A. The Kanawha-Charleston Health Department says in a news release one of them worked at a Taco Bell in Hurricane and the other at a Pizza Hut on MacCorkle Avenue in Charleston. The health department… Read More