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Please enter recipient valid email address. Four Minnesota college students are set to change the world...Of the 62 Truman Scholars announced last week, four are studying in Minnesota...The prestigious scholarship gives juniors up to $30,000 toward
Last week, CNN had to walk back its assumption that George Zimmerman uttered a racial slur in his 9-1-1 call, and now an affidavit from the prosecution in the case says no racist words were voiced. CNN first suggested on March 21, according to its "
Walter Fortson wasn't sure what to do when he caught the eye of a police officer at a public housing project in Atlantic City. His bright red Chevrolet Suburban, with its Pennsylvania tags and chrome modifications, "screamed, 'Arrest me!...Moments
The nine-term Delaware Republican, who lost two siblings to pulmonary fibrosis, tried for years to pass legislation to fight the disease. Now, a former political rival, Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware, is helping him. Coons and other
Senator Chris Coons, has landed a job in law enforcement in his native Utah. Provo City Mayor John Curtis announced Wednesday that he selected Gregory from among 60 applicants as the chief of police for the states third-largest city. Throughout the
A teen prodigy and University of Connecticut honors student has won a highly competitive national scholarship that pays $30,000 toward graduate studies. University officials say 14-year-old Colin Carlson of Coventry is only the fourth UConn student
The City College of New York is crowing after two of its undergraduates were chosen Thursday as Truman scholars, a prestigious recognition bestowed on just 60 college students nationwide. The public college, part of the City University of New York,
Sen. Chris Coons has taken two of his top aides in the New Castle County executive's office to his Senate office. Rick Gregory, who was Coons' chief administrative officer in county government, joined the Senate staff last month as state director.
Nogales International Published Monday, January 3, 2011 3:04 PM CST U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke, Marco Antonio Lopez Jr., and Luis Ramirez Thomas are the scheduled guest speakers at the City of Nogales inauguration ceremony on Monday. The event is set
Nogales International Published Thursday, December 30, 2010 6:42 PM CST Burke has more than 20 years of public service at both the federal and state levels. Burke was most recently a senior advisor to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet