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  1. Doug Robinson: Horrific crimes show the thin line between good and evilRead the original story

    Yesterday | Deseret News

    It's an old question: How well do we ever know anyone? How do you think you know someone so well and consider someone so "normal" that you ask him/her to babysit your children and then it turns out he or she has a murderous dark side? Before seven dead babies were found in her garage, before she became the subject of a murder investigation, before ... (more)


  2. Boston Marathon 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNN

    It was a sunny day and everyone seemed excited outside. I was very nervous to go and watch the marathon because of the bombing at the finished line last year.


  3. Thousands run first Boston Marathon since bombingsRead the original story

    Monday | SeacoastOnline

    With security tight along the 26.2-mile course, nearly 36,000 runners set out from the Boston Marathon starting line Monday in a "Boston Strong" show of resilience a year after the bombing that turned the race into a scene of carnage.


  4. Montana uses grant to buy grizzly bear habitatRead the original story

    Monday | Newsday

    The Montana Land Board on Monday approved a $345,000 purchase of 320 acres of threatened grizzly bear habitat to add to the Blackleaf Wildlife Management Area in Teton County.


  5. You can run Boston Marathon 2014 with this app 10,000 or bust: Thata s ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | NewsNet5

    Over 100 runners from Maryland have signed up to participate in the hopes of giving back and remembering what happened a year ago.


  6. Conservation Officer Gives Boating Safety TipsRead the original story

    Monday | KWQC-TV Davenport

    The Iowa DNR says it expects more boaters to be out on the water earlier this year than last and is reminding people to practice boating safety this season.


  7. Sandra Woolman (left) and friend Andrea Eisenberg pick up their...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Lathrup Village Eccentric

    Sandra Woolman and friend Andrea Eisenberg pick up their running packets at last year's Boston Marathon expo.


  8. San Diego Man Wins Boston MarathonRead the original story

    Monday | KOGO-AM San Diego

    San Diegan Meb Keflezighi, who will be 39 years old on May 5th, won the Boston Marathon men's race on Monday.


  9. Listen: Sully Caught Up with Meb Keflezighi and Talked About his Win at the Boston MarathonRead the original story

    Monday | KOGO-AM San Diego

    The man behind the man. Meb's coach is Hall of Fame field and track coach Bob Larsen.


  10. From Tosca Reno, advice on starting dietRead the original story

    Monday | San Jose Mercury News

    When she was 40, Tosca Reno says she was nearly 80 pounds overweight, depressed and clinging to a bad marriage because she feared she couldn't raise her three young daughters alone.


  11. Bedfordshire Wildlife Rescue celebrates 10 yearsRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 20 | Luton Today

    The charity was set up by Samantha Bedford in 2004 and is run by a team of volunteers and funded by public donations.


  12. Boston Marathon: Determined field heads back to HopkintonRead the original story

    Friday Apr 18 | SeacoastOnline

    A dozen residents of Hampton, Hampton Falls and North Hampton will be lining up in Hopkinton, Mass., on Monday for the 118th running of the Boston Marathon.


  13. From Our ReadersRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Valley Advocate

    Gannon's House of Cards O n the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing and lockdown, the ACLU has filed a lawsuit against the FBI demanding the release of documents and facts surrounding the FBI's involvement before and after the tragedy. Specifically, the ACLU is attempting...


  14. One Year After Marathon Bombings, Runners Return To BostonRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 13 | MyFoxPhilly

    For years, state and local officials have conducted a "tabletop exercise" before the Boston Marathon, a meeting that allows them to study a map of the 26.2-mile course from Hopkinton to Boston's Copley Square... Some ran to honor the dead and wounded.


  15. Warming climate has consequences for Michigan's forestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 | Science Daily

    The vulnerability of forest ecosystems within a 16.6-million-acre area in Michigan's eastern Upper Peninsula and northern Lower Peninsula, about 70 percent of the state's forested land cover, has been assessed by researchers.


  16. Want to raft? Better do so rapidlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 10 | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

    Basics: Flowing water is rated Class I-II to Class VI . Guides and outfitters can teach you about proper clothing and equipment, how to read and judge the water, and how to avoid and cope with hazards.


  17. Vermont joins the war on womenRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 9 | The Brattleboro Reformer

    For the past few years, misogyny and antagonism toward women has been breaking out across our country like a rash of festering boils.


  18. New climate pragmatism framework prioritizes energy access to drive innovation and developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 9 | Science Daily

    Expanding access to reliable energy offers better route to address global challenges, climate and energy scholars say in new report.


  19. Lead continues to be a serious threat to California condor populationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 9 | Science Daily

    The California condor was one of the first species to be listed under the Endangered Species Preservation Act in 1966 when the population was reduced to a handful of birds.


  20. Minocqua, WiscRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 30 | Lakeland Times

    In response to annual tribal walleye harvest declarations from the Chippewa tribes for waters in the Ceded Territory covering the northern third of Wisconsin, DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp has issued the following statement: The single specific rule change proposal, on trolling, and new deer hunting rules were among the topics that interested attendees ... (more)