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Participate in Relay for Life of Rahway, June 3rd


The American Cancer Society is grateful to the City of Rahway and Union County Department of Parks & Recreation for hosting Relay For Life at this brand new location. Now she walks for her Grandma Wanda Kleinsasser of Acampo, a two-time cancer survivor. "Take a look around you at your friends and family", she said. Read More »

S. Korea's new president willing to visit rival North

Moon's more liberal approach could fuel tensions, as happened under a liberal South Korean government in the 2000s. In that sense, it's notable that Trump has invited Moon to have a candid conversation with him. Looking at the transcript of the phone call, Moon's comments sound as if Seoul is willing to relinquish its defense posture against the North if Pyongyang refrains from further provocations. Read More »

Man says he helped girl kill herself, filmed it


The Utah County Sheriff's Office said Monday that turkey hunters found the victim dead, hanging from a tree Saturday morning near a wooded campground in Payson Canyon , south of Provo. They talked about it, ' reiterated Cannon via the Desert News . 'He knew what she meant to do. On Saturday morning, the 16-year-old girl was found hanging in Maple Lake , Utah , with a receipt for rope purchased by Pryzbycien nearby. Read More »

Say cheese! Health risks from dairy, even full-fat, debunked in study


A recent study conducted by researchers at Wageningen University in the Netherlands and Copenhagen University in Denmark shows the consumption of fat dairy products does not boost the risk for such health issues. However, concerns about dairy and saturated fats can be damaging, according to Givens. In fact, the studies including 938,465 participants suggest fermented dairy products may even potentially slightly lower the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Read More »

Ignoring your mental health can be risky business


Some days will be tougher than others. "Mental health affects about a third of the adult population to some extent, either with depression and anxiety substance use disorder or psychosis ", he said. I nearly didn't - couldn't - because I was depressed. There are strong links between physical and mental health problems. However, up there in the football hotbed of the North-East England we feel a sense of community and togetherness about our football teams. Read More »

Local hospitals celebrate National Nurses Week with a walk


Nurses from HSHS Sacred Heart and Saint Joseph's Hospitals gathered Wednesday night for the free event at Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls. Why did she choose nursing to begin with?, "I had had a lot of illness in my family as a child, not myself, but family members, and I knew what it was like, and I wanted to make a difference in people's lives the way my family had a difference made for them". Read More »

Blaney takes Kansas pole

Starting just behind Blaney are three other Ford drivers in the top six - outside pole-sitter Joey Logano , Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kurt Busch. After several short track events and a wild trip to Talladega Superspeedway, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series gets back to its bread and butter this weekend with a trip to Kansas Speedway. Read More »

Mexico Is Called World's Second Most Violent Country


Almost 23,000 people were killed in Mexico in 2016 as the turf wars among drug cartels continued. The number of fatalities in Mexico, which is riven by a war between drug cartels, grew to 23,000 in 2016, compared with 17,000 in Afghanistan and 16,000 in Iraq, according to the report. Read More »

Valeant Pharmaceuticals (VRX) Stock: Skyrockets On Strong Earnings


Here's the logic: a company's enterprise valuation is the combination of the value of the company's debt and the company's equity valuation, or its market capitalization on the stock market. Valeant's shares were up 20.6 percent at $11.71 in NY. Academy Capital Management Inc decreased Valeant Pharmaceuticals ( VRX ) stake by 17.4% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. Read More »

3 children killed in house fire north of Houston


Majority were sleeping on the second floor. Three children are missing and six other members of the same family are injured, three critically, after a burning house collapsed north of Houston. The children's father, a pastor, was out town on business, Williams said. Montgomery County Fire Marshal Jimmy Williams said two Shenandoah police officers were the first to arrive and helped members of the extended family escape. Read More »

More than 100 arrested in Paris after Macron win

Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, the president of the Conference of European Rabbis, said in a statement that while Macron's election is "extremely encouraging", his group is "concerned that a third of the French population voted for a risky political leader". Read More »

China and US reach agreement on beef, poultry, natural gas


The US and China have reached a 10-point trade deal that opens the Chinese market to US credit rating agencies and credit card companies. The United States in recent months has also launched a series of studies and investigations into foreign trade abuses and the impact of certain exports on specific USA industries, several of which are directed at Chinese actions. Read More »

UK: Vijay Mallya's extradition hearing deferred to June 13


India's top court on Tuesday found wanted tycoon Vijay Mallya guilty of disobeying its order barring him from transferring $40 million to his children. The Supreme Court in its ruling Tuesday acted on a plea by Indian banks, who said Mallya received $40 million from the British firm Diageo and transferred it to his son and two daughters illegally. Read More »

Despite funding concerns, School Board approves new behavioral plan


Greenberg boasted that the district, which includes 34,000 students, surpasses the state's average in English and math test scores and its graduation rate. The districts that belong to Clarke's cooperative - Stevenson High School District 125 and two of its feeder elementary school districts, Kildeer Countryside School District 96 and Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103 - try to be "very collaborative" with its parents, she said. Read More »

French government resigns in post-election formality

They include the man who led the elite French police unit that took down an Islamic State group cell, a computer whizz who started working at age 16 and a farmer. Party if he wants to run under its banner in June's parliamentary elections. Valls' overture received a non-committal response from Macron's party. Read More »

What is Cinco de Mayo anyway? The history of a holiday


He also described the Battle of Puebla - the Mexican victory over the French which the holiday celebrates - as "a day defined by courage and sacrifice in the defense of freedom". "This one day, Mexico won the battle", he said. There are many cities that offer many different types Cinco de Mayo celebrations. Others worry that parties could take a cruel spin, with revelers, emboldened by Trump's crackdown, mocking and even attacking Mexicans. Read More »

Join Local 4 News in the fight against cancer


The next year, the Tacoma Relay for Life committee (who had heard about what a handsome experience the candles had produced) and a few other Relay committees included a luminaria ceremony, honoring cancer survivors and remembering those who had lost the battle. Read More »

CDC: Hepatitis C infections almost tripled from 2010 to 2015


Because HCV infections have few symptoms, almost half of people living with the virus don't know they are infected, and most new infections go undiagnosed, the CDC says. Furthermore, "infections are growing among women of childbearing age-putting the youngest generation of Americans at risk". "Anyone born between 1945-1965, or who has ever used IV drugs, or is otherwise anxious about hepatitis infection, is encouraged to discuss with their clinicians whether testing may be appropriate for them". Read More »

UK Hospitals Slammed by Massive Cyberattack

Mid-Essex Clinical Commissioning Group, which runs hospitals and ambulances in an area east of London , said on Twitter that it had "an IT issue affecting some NHS computer systems", adding "Please do not attend Accident And Emergency unless it's an emergency!" "The Trust has been advised by I.T. Read More »

3 dead, including former West Memphis police officer, in Arkansas


Sessions directs federal prosecutors to pursue the most serious charges possible against the vast majority of suspects, a reversal of Obama-era policies. For the past five years, he worked for the Yell County Sheriff's Office. Mainhart had reportedly pulled over a vehicle he believed to be associated with a disturbance call when he was shot and killed. Read More »

Ireland draw World Cup inspiration


The Springboks will have their work cut out for them if they hope to progress to the knockout stages at the 2019 IRB Rugby World Cup. England face arguably the toughest World Cup pool for the second tournament in succession, having been drawn alongside France and Argentina in Pool C for the 2019 competition in Japan. Read More »

Trump to Meet French President-Elect Emmanuel Macron on May 25

Welcoming Macron, Chair of United Kingdom based Sikh Federation Amrik Singh said: "We have been in regular contact with Sikhs in France and understand his political position on many issues could result in improvements for the small minority Sikh community in France in terms of religious freedoms". Read More »

Macron's Election Win Cheered by Scientists

Macron's precocious achievement erases a record held since 1848 by Louis Napoleon Bonaparte - Napoleon's nephew. "France is America's close ally & good friend", tweeted Senator Marco Rubio, who ran for the Republican presidential nomination previous year against Trump. Read More »

Vermont's legislature just voted to legalize marijuana


The vote came after an hour of debate. This legislative session, Texas discussed marijuana-reform more than ever. Opponents of the law, including anti-marijuana group Smart Approaches to Marijuana, were disappointed by legislators' approval of the bill and encouraged Scott to veto the measure . Read More »

Trial Begins for White Cop Who Killed Terence Crutcher


The alternates are one black man and one white woman. Shelby is now on unpaid leave and is facing between four years and life in prison if convicted. "This was a rush to file charges", McMurray said. Referring to the dash and helicopter footage that captured the event, Grey told the jury, "You will see what it looks like from a police officer's perspective". Read More »

Facebook Tweaks News Feed In Effort To Reduce "Low-Quality" Links


After digging through all the linked webpages, the company then applied artificial intelligence to try to understand whether any new links shared on its social network have characteristics that are similar to those it found to fall within the purview of what they're trying to take action against. Read More »

UK hospitals turn away patients after ransomware attack

Early reports on the blog of a United Kingdom cybersecurity firm suggest the attack has spread based on a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows that featured in a leak of exploits used by the US National Security Agency that was published by the hacking group Shadow Brokers. Read More »