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Monday September 14, 2015    04:36 PM
Story "When people walk in the door, their pace always seems to slow," says Sheri Moretz, official historian of the original, circa 1883 Mast General Store in tiny Valle Crucis, North Carolina. Tucked in rural hamlets and along country roads, the American general store was a central part of daily life long before the arrival of the automobile. Farmers and locals gathered to load up on dry goods and s ...

Thursday September 10, 2015    02:33 PM
Story A Wisconsin woman adopted a large orange cat and within hours of bringing him home the feline rescued her from an insulin seizure. Amy Jung, who was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 4, went to an animal shelter just to play with cats, not to bring one home. Luckily, she changed her mind. Amy Jung and her son Ethan stopped into The Humane Society near their home in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsi ...

Thursday September 10, 2015    02:32 PM
Story A high school senior’s simple idea is making nighttime less lonely for dozens of foster kids in California’s Central Valley. 17-year-old Conner Johnson decided to collect twin bed sheets for children in foster care — fun, colorful sheets sets, with stripes, superheroes and flowers, the kind that kids love. And in just over 7 weeks, he gathered $3,600 worth of bedding kindnesssmiling-police-offi ...

Thursday September 10, 2015    02:30 PM
Story Graffiti artists are so often viewed as hooligans and rabble-rousers who vandalize property and cause trouble for respectable members of society. But perhaps their expressive spark can be put to good use? The Mexican government asked an alternative art group specializing in murals and graffiti known as Germen Crew to paint a village of 209 houses. The result is an entire town covered from st ...

Sunday September 6, 2015    09:25 PM
Story I'M from Aleppo", her Facebook message begins. "I live here with my brothers, dad and mom in the middle of all this destruction and madness. We've tried many times to think about escaping and leaving this hell but there is no safe way. Nobody give us the pass and the protection right. I want to travel but the death and drowning way is not the road which I want to walk on. I don't want to fac ...

Sunday September 6, 2015    09:19 PM
Story A teenage girl attending a sleepover with her soccer teammates was found dead Saturday morning at a southern New Jersey home, authorities said. Fourteen-year-old Kara Lemanowicz, of Voorheesl, apparently died in her sleep, authorities said. She and her teammates had spent the night outside in a tent, and the teen was unresponsive when her friends tried to wake her. ...

Sunday September 6, 2015    09:13 PM
Story LONG BEACH, California - Use 'wearables' with GPS tracking to keep track of wandering dogs. Others help you track animals' physical activity. "We know the dog is eating or drinking, sitting, standing, lying on its right or left side, we know everything they do. If any condition is developing it will send an alert to the owner in real time, it also informs the veterinarian," Veterinarian Dr. As ...

Sunday September 6, 2015    09:11 PM
Story Music superstars have come together to stress the importance of protecting our environment. A group of artists, including Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi and Sheryl Crow recorded "Love Song to the Earth" -- a new song dedicated to rallying people to climate action and supporting the U.N.'s efforts to get nations to agree on a universal climaThe song was released on iTunes and Apple Music on Septe ...

Sunday September 6, 2015    08:56 PM
Story Sharing is caring, and no one knows that better than these young twins. When 5-year-old Bradley Godish required a stem cell transplant to help eliminate his leukemia, his twin sister, Charlotte “Charlie,” was the first to step up to the plate as the donor, WGN-TV reported. With Bradley’s cancer now in remission, the duo is back in the swing of things, with a friendship even more special than be ...

Wednesday September 2, 2015    12:03 PM
Story They are calling this a once in a lifetime event, however. Wind data for most Oregon coast towns does not go back much beyond 15 years, said NWS meteorologist Colby Neuman. But one thing is for sure: this weekend's wild wind storm did break the record in Astoria for August with a gust of 62. Portland also broke an August record with a gust of 41 mph at the airport. Other reports were unheard ...


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