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State Fair shows California's youthful talent, but for how long?...One is in the fairgrounds' southeastern corner, where hundreds of youngsters from 4-H and Future Farmers clubs tend their livestock. Feeding, grooming and otherwise caring for cattle,
Dametrius Drake faced a lot of barriers before he enrolled in the Building Trades Technician program at the College for Technical Education in 2012. He was an ex-offender returning to an unwelcoming society from prison, with child support payments
Until now, all the attention has been paid to how hard and how often you get hit, said Thomas McAllister, a professor of clinical psychiatry at the Indiana University School of Medicine...But it's also becoming clear that's it's probably an
Bektic avoided a concussion this time, but the odds suggest this 23-year-old fighter will experience at least one head injury throughout his career. The odds are less certain if he will become the next professional athlete to suffer from the highly
The four-year Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics program at the Green Energy Academy is focused on energy generation and distribution, alternative energy, principles of sustainability, design and systems theory. Bloomfield Tech, an Essex
The disease that carves an insidious path through the brain seems to be doing the same through sports. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the degenerative brain disease associated with concussions, has been identified in both a soccer and a rugby
School district officials plan to hire an architect next month to provide options and costs for a career and technical education center, where students could prepare for vocations in such fields as culinary arts, computer maintenance and construction.
The Oregonian A drone helicopter to record marching band formations...Those are the kinds of projects that Sherwood High School students in Oregon are already churning out. With a $494,000 grant from the state, school officials plan to buy more
After thousands of hits to his head and confronted with troubling symptoms, NFL Hall of Famer Joe DeLamielleure is sure he has the devastating brain disease CTE even though the strongest scientific evidence says it can only be diagnosed in the dead.
The family of former San Diego Chargers star Junior Seau, who killed himself in 2012, raised objections on Friday to a $760 million proposal to settle a lawsuit brought by thousands of former professional football players charging that the National