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48 min ago | WSET-TV Lynchburg
From Apple's new smartwatch that tracks heartbeats to contact lenses that measure blood sugar - Silicon Valley is pouring billions into gadgets and apps designed to transform health care. But the tech giants... From Apple's new smartwatch that tracks heartbeats to contact lenses that measure blood sugar - Silicon Valley is pouring billions into gadgets and apps designed to transform health care.
4 hrs ago | USA Today
'The Imitation Game' wins at Toronto film festival Toronto film fest recap and audience awards Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1tRZsJA USA TODAY's Andrea Mandell , just back from the Toronto International Film Festival, recaps the highlights and surprises from the annual event: which upcoming films and actors are getting the most Oscar buzz, how audiences responded and the oh-so-important audience award winner, announced Sunday. For many, the festival is all about selling passion projects, and boy, did they.
9 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen
ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, SEPT. 15, 2014, AND THEREAFTER- In a July 16, 2014 photo, Minneapolis police officer Mike Kirchen, right, chats with Mascud Abdi, 13, left, and Mahad Ahmed, 10, while on patrol in the Cedar Riverside neighborhood in Minneapolis.
13 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
News organizations are not exactly known as mall tenants, like Orange Julius or Forever 21. The nation's largest mall developer, Simon Property Group, for example, has never had a media tenant like The Star among its more than 100 enclosed shopping malls. Moving to the Centre: Star will be 'integrated and engaged' with the community News organizations are not exactly known as mall tenants, like Orange Julius or Forever 21. The nation's largest mall developer, Simon Property Group, for example, has never had a media tenant like The Star among its more than 100 enclosed shopping malls.
Students would get the chance in a lifetime to have one of LaGuardia High School's most famous graduates to speak to their student body, but the new principal declined the offer. While Minaj is known for her shocking performances, it is not anything that most of these kids haven't seen already! According to the New York Daily News on Sept.
Natalie Schirmer of New Fairfield, Conn., with her mom, Amy Schirmer, holds up her number so she can move into the dorms at Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y., on Aug. 24, 2014. / Carucha L. Meuse, The Journal News WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Good academics and far from home.
The parents of a college freshman are desperate to find their 18-year-old daughter who was last seen nearly two weeks ago.Anna Marie Smith, a student at Appal... -- U.S. military forces continued airstrikes in Iraq this week, targeting ISIS forces near the Mosul Dam.
Law enforcement agencies from three states are searching for the gunman or gunmen who ambushed two state troopers outside a barracks in a rural area of northeastern Pennsylvania, killing one and wounding the other. The shooting happened outside the State Police Barracks in Blooming Grove, about 35 miles east of Scranton, just before 11 p.m. Friday, State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan told ABC News.
The doctor who performed Joan Rivers' final throat procedure at Yorkville Endoscopy in New York has been fired, according to news reports. The veteran star was undergoing a routine operation at the medical facility on Aug. 28 when she suffered a cardiac and respiratory arrest.
His father sat in the Southern California courtroom during the hearing. If Indio, 21, completes the program, his case will be dismissed, according to the New York Daily News.
Nearly two decades after its New York debut, "This is Our Youth," Kenneth Lonergan's play about privileged, aimless youth, opened on Broadway on Thursday with critics praising its young actors for their funny, spot-on performances. The play, set in a Manhattan apartment in 1982, chronicles 48 hours in the lives of three friends on the cusp of adulthood, coping with life, parents and each other.
Television executives say they want minimize replays of the video showing NFL player Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee with a punch. In practice, it's harder to resist.
Digital First Media, the operator of the Monterey Herald, Santa Cruz Sentinel, San Jose Mercury News and many other newspapers and websites, announced Friday that it will "evaluate and consider strategic alternatives" that could lead to the sale of some or all of the company. CEO John Paton said the company has retained UBS Securities to review a full range of alternatives - including selling the entire company, selling regional clusters or doing nothing.
Newspaper company Digital First Media said Friday that it is exploring its strategic options, which could include a sale of the company or parts of it. The privately held company is the nation's second biggest U.S. newspaper company by circulation.
A 45-year-old western New York man has been sentenced to more than 100 years in prison for molesting five boys under age 13. The Daily News of Batavia reports that Sean Vickers was sentenced Thursday in Genesee County Court to 107 years behind bars. Vickers was convicted July 31 of sexually abusing two boys more than a decade ago and three others more recently.
Health officials in Seattle secured a court order telling a man who has infected at least eight people with HIV to stop spreading the virus that causes Aids. The King County Superior Court order issued September 4 orders the man to follow a health department cease and desist order and to show up for counselling and treatment appointments, The Seattle Times reported .
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