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Bail set for Wisconsin man charged in student’s death
-The Seattle Times - Thu Apr 20 15:03:10 EDT 2017
This undated photo provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Economics shows graduate student Wenxin Huai. Huai, a 24-year-old University of Wisconsin graduate ...
Grad student from Beijing identified as pedestrian killed in Wisconsin
-The Seattle Times - Mon Apr 17 14:07:16 EDT 2017
MADISON, Wis. — A 24-year-old University of Wisconsin graduate student who was to receive her master’s degree next month has been identified as the pedestrian killed when a car lef...
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is the latest university to announce it is starting a new program to provide free feminine hygiene products in women’s — and men’s — restrooms. ...
'Pokemon Go' Players are Happier and Friendlier, Study Shows
-Nature World News - Mon Apr 17 08:06:14 EDT 2017
The 'Pokemon Go' craze swept over the world in an overwhelming fashion, but a new study by researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison revealed that it might have left a t...
Scientists wants this CRISPR pill to one day replace antibiotics
-Digital Trends - Tue Apr 18 06:03:39 EDT 2017
Antibiotic resistance is a huge problem in hospitals. By targeting specific bacteria -- instead of all of them -- this CRISPR pill may eliminate antibiotic resistance. Scientists f...
Backdrop for Trump’s speech: The social disaster in Kenosha, Wisconsin
-World Socialist Web Site - Tue Apr 18 23:15:18 EDT 2017
President Trump chose Kenosha, Wisconsin for the location Tuesday to sign his “Buy American, Hire American” executive order, which restricts temporary visas for workers from other ...
New ‘CRISPR Pill’ Could Replace Antibiotics
-Wall Street Pit - Wed Apr 19 05:03:38 EDT 2017
CRISPR (short for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeat) can’t seem to stop being in the news as each day brings new developments that expand CRISPR’s capabiliti...
Welisek, Betty A.
-Northwest Herald - Wed Apr 19 05:00:46 EDT 2017
Betty A. Welisek Born: September 11, 1927; in Chicago, IL Died: April 16, 2017; in Barrington, IL Betty A. Welisek, age 89 of Fox River Grove passed away April 16, 2017 at Good She...
Mali Punk Group Songhoy Blues Tap Iggy Pop for New Album
-Rolling Stone - Fri Apr 21 05:02:36 EDT 2017
Mali blues-punk outfit Songhoy Blues unveiled an incisive new song "Bamako" from their upcoming second album, Résistance, which arrives June 16th via Fat Possum/Transgressive Recor...
David Klein, who worked at CAA for 12 years as a music agent with some top talent, has joined UTA to become a member of the music leadership team and will expand the agency’s busin...
Hobart and William Smith name Gregory Vincent as president
-Syracuse - Thu Apr 20 14:12:53 EDT 2017
Geneva, N.Y. --Hobart and William Smith Colleges Thursday named Gregory Vincent, a college's alum and a vice president at The University of Texas at Austin, as its 27th president. ...
A college professor in Pennsylvania says black people are “screwed” because “white people are in charge.” Dr. Shanara Reid-Brinkley, assistant professor at the University of Pittsb...
Carrie Coon makes the journey from Copley to 'Fargo'
-Cleveland.com - Sat Apr 22 05:01:28 EDT 2017
Mary Elizabeth Winstead, left, as Nikki Swango, and Carrie Coon, who grew up in Copley, as Gloria Burgle in the third season of FX's "Fargo."Chris Large/FX  CLEVELAND, Ohio - ...
At least global warming may get Americans off the couch more
-Stat News - Mon Apr 24 08:15:15 EDT 2017
W ASHINGTON — Global warming’s milder winters will likely nudge Americans off the couch more in the future, a rare, small benefit of climate change, a new study finds. With less ch...
At least global warming may get Americans off the couch more
-The Seattle Times - Mon Apr 24 08:07:02 EDT 2017
WASHINGTON (AP) — Global warming’s milder winters will likely nudge Americans off the couch more in the future, a rare, small benefit of climate change, a new study finds. With les...
At least global warming may get Americans off the couch more
-News-Sentinel.com - Mon Apr 24 08:00:31 EDT 2017
WASHINGTON - Global warming's milder winters will likely nudge Americans off the couch more in the future, a rare, small benefit of climate change, a new study finds. With less chi...
‘Fargo’ role another strong one for Chicago’s Carrie Coon
-Sun-Times - Mon Apr 17 17:07:12 EDT 2017
Carrie Coon knows exactly what she wants when it comes to choosing her stage and screen roles. She gravitates toward strong, smart women, she says, because at their core, they remi...
Walter Cronkite journalism award going to Woodruff, Ifill
-Times Union - Tue Apr 18 11:11:28 EDT 2017
FILE - In this Feb. 11, 2016 file photo, moderators Judy Woodruff, left, and Gwen Ifill appear before a Democratic presidential primary debate at the University of Wisconsin-Milwau...
Rep Sheet Roundup: CBS TV Studios Head Joins Verve as Agent
-The Hollywood Reporter - Mon Apr 24 08:02:06 EDT 2017
Who got signed, promoted, hired or fired? The Hollywood Reporter’s Rep Sheet rounds up the week in representation news. To submit announcements for consideration, contact rebecca.s...
UW grad student killed by suspected drunk driver
-Wisconsin Radio Network - Tue Apr 18 08:03:31 EDT 2017
The Dane County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified 24 year-old Wenxin Huai as the student killed while walking in downtown Madison Saturday night. An autopsy confirmed s...
Liz Weston: Allowances Don’t Teach Kids About Money – You Do
-The Seattle Times - Mon Apr 24 08:07:02 EDT 2017
Many parents tell me they feel guilty about allowances. They aren’t consistent about when and how they give their kids money. They wonder if allowances should be tied to chores. Ev...
Liz Weston: Allowances don't teach kids about money - you do
-Boston Herald - Mon Apr 24 08:06:21 EDT 2017
Many parents tell me they feel guilty about allowances. They aren't consistent about when and how they give their kids money. They wonder if allowances should be tied to chores. Ev...
Many parents tell me they feel guilty about allowances. They aren't consistent about when and how they give their kids money. They wonder if allowances should be tied to chores. Ev...
Liz Weston: Allowances Don't Teach Kids About Money - You Do
-seattle pi - Mon Apr 24 08:06:27 EDT 2017
FILE - This file photo provided by NerdWallet shows Liz Weston, a columnist for personal finance website NerdWallet.com. (Dylan Entelis/NerdWallet via AP, File) FILE - This file ph...
Of course adults sneer at Millennials: Christian Schneider
-USA Today - Fri Apr 21 05:55:49 EDT 2017
A new U.S. Census Bureau report analyzing changes in trends among American adults between the ages of 18 and 34 reveals that millennials differ fro other generations in almost ever...
In the twilight of his political career, Theodore Roosevelt took his legacy into his own hands. If any Americans had doubts as to whether the former president regretted decisions m...
10 Illinois Green Tech Startups to Watch
-Streetwise - Fri Apr 21 05:03:32 EDT 2017
An ecosystem flourishes when good ideas, money to fund those ideas, and talent to fill those jobs all exist in the same place at the same time. In Chicago, the seeds for a clean en...
“I wasn’t expecting the ending that we got, but it was immensely satisfying to me,” says Carrie Coon, who plays Nora Durst on The Leftovers, the Peabody Award-winning series about ...
ST. PETERSBURG — Principal Christine Hoffman emailed her staff at Campbell Park Elementary a detailed set of instructions on what classroom rosters should look like in the coming s...
2017 NFL Draft Position Preview:...
-WKYC.com - Thu Apr 20 14:01:02 EDT 2017
The 2017 NFL Draft is one week away, and as top players and organizational leaders get ready to travel to Philadelphia for the annual selection meeting, WKYC.com takes a look at th...
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