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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon says expanding Medicaid eligibility in Missouri is both "the smart thing" and "the right thing to do." Nixon announced his support for the expansion on Thursday. He says it could provide health care coverage to an...
Memorial Day marks the beginning of the 100 deadliest days of the year on our nation's roads for teen drivers. Traditionally during the summer months, hundreds of teens are killed in car crashes and their families devastated. These deaths are...
Moscow-Pullman Daily NewsWhat started out as a senior project for Pullman High School senior Garrett Fletcher turned into a community effort to teach children about bicycle safety. The Pullman Community Bike Safety Fair was held Saturday in the northeast corner of the Walmart...
The first time they met, neither of the Far South Side school principals was sure what to expect. Taquia Hylton's school, West Pullman Elementary, is slated to be shut as part of the district's plan to close 54 schools in June. Its approximately 300...
KickingTiresUPDATE: Parents are often searching for the automotive holy grail: a car that's not a minivan and can fit three child-safety seats across the backseat. It's a short list. In the more than three years that Cars.com editors have been......
On Dec. 21, 2006, I lost my 16-year-old daughter, Kyleigh, in a horrible, preventable car crash. The newly licensed 17-year-old driver also died in the crash. I share my personal story in the hope of saving other parents the unbearable pain of losing a...
An Orlando infant's death from whooping cough last month is underscoring the county health department's push to get children and adults alike vaccinated and keep vaccines up to date. The six-week-old baby boy was too young to have gotten his first...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn December 2011, Mercer County mother Sandra Baker was called to school to retrieve her son, Christopher, after the school determined he was out of control. When she arrived, Baker told reporters later, she found her son in a large, green gym bag,...
KickingTiresLatch or seat belt? While to most the question is cryptic, to parents the choice is as familiar as "cloth or disposable?" When it comes to installing child-safety seats, the Latch system might seem easier, but what if I want......
Here are the poems submitted for the 2013 Daily Press Poetry Contest. Please read them and then vote for your favorite. There will be a Reader's Choice winner as well as winners chosen by the staff at the Daily Press. Click here www.dailypress.com/...
Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.Health department officials here are concerned that a proposed bill in the North Carolina House could increase sexually transmitted diseases and teen pregnancy by requiring parental consent when minors want services. Forsyth County Health Director...
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The Fresno BeeWith high school prom season in full swing -- Clovis West and Hoover have proms Saturday, and Clovis North, Edison, Bullard and Roosevelt are having their proms May 18 -- demand for limousines is high. But the limousine fire on the San Mateo-Hayward...
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