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Fifteen-year-old Amiya Alexander, a 2010 Black Enterprise Teenpreneur nominee, is striving to help her community thrive and to eradicate the costly disease of childhood obesity through her mobile dance academy.
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Terry Jacks had been a member of The Poppy Family, who hit big in 1970 with "Which Way You Goin' Billy?" .
VFW Post 10825 members Mooney Prosser, right, 89, and Lannie Lee, center, 93, talk with Commander Jerry McCarthy, left, 72. They remain active in the organization but acknowledge that it will fade away soon unless it attracts younger veterans.
Idaho these days may be more likely to have a truly competitive contest for its Supreme Court than for its major partisan offices - a complete reversal from a generation ago.
Here are some of the top crime stories from across Long Island over the past week: Cops: 42 Drunk Teens Caught on Coach Bus with Booze, Driver Charged A coach bus driver faces endangerment charges for driving 42 teens, laden with a large amount of alcohol, from Garden City to Montauk, State Police said.
The Friday box office, which was buoyed by most schools being out for the day, saw holdovers continue to dominate, while new film Heaven Is For Real surprised and Transcendence fell on its face.
A 27-year-old Grandview man has been charged in the recent series of highways shootings, Jackson County prosecutors said Friday.
South Carolina's unemployment rate continued a nearly yearlong decline last month, falling for the 10th month in a row, state officials said Friday.
The view that Michelle Kellenberger, her husband Mike, and their daughter Erika saw as they emerged from their basement on the afternoon of Nov. 17, 2013, will be forever ingrained in their minds.
Workforce conditions continue to improve. Payroll job growth of 8,000 over the year drove the unemployment rate to the lowest since September 2008 and the employment to population ratio to highest since November 2008.
On April 18, 2014, the representative of a few select celebrity impersonators stated that these "celebs" are helping Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment celebrate its 30th Anniversary.
William R. "Rusty" Miller, a real estate developer from Fairhope, Ala., was sentenced Thursday by U.S. District Judge Louis Guirola Jr. He pleaded guilty in December to one count of unpermitted filling of wetlands, after being indicted in November 2012 on 11 counts.
Former soldier Mark Dawson, of Glossop, who will be doing a charity sky dive next month for those suffering from post traumatic stress.