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Every job has its nagging aspects, and deciding whether or not to parole prisoners serving life sentences has long been a troublesome issue for governors across the country. They seldom win applause for it, and even seemingly sound decisions can come back...
Federal health regulators are limiting a key ingredient found in Vicodin, Percocet and other prescription painkillers that have been linked to thousands of cases of liver damage each year. The Food and Drug Administration said Thursday it will cap the...
The best news concerning the redevelopment of the old hospital building in southeast Hagerstown, as explained to the Washington County Commissioners on Tuesday, is that it might take a couple of years before we see any results. Or three. Or five. To...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOf those who weighed in at a public meeting Monday, the consensus was to demolish Bester Elementary School in Hagerstown and build a new school. Washington County Public Schools officials are figuring out what approach to take in opening a new school...
email@example.comChristian Keyes' favorite color was purple, but when it came to football, his colors were black and gold for his beloved Pittsburgh Steelers. He was able to attend the parade for the Steelers after their last Super Bowl win and went to a Steelers game...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County officials are calling for more consistency and objectivity in the county's acceptance of mitigation payments from developers who want to build in overcrowded school districts. With no official formula for the cost of each school seat,...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsAfter a wetter than normal spring, things are starting to dry out. And with heat and humidity comes bug season. Mosquitoes have been hidden away for longer than usual. But just in the last week, that’s changed, and quickly. Sedgwick County says...
In Virginia the most common tick bite comes from the Lone Star tick. "You'll pick up 50 to 100 Lone Stars for every one black-legged tick," said David Gaines, state entomologist. Yet Lyme Disease, carried exclusively by the immature black-legged, or...
WindsorA new office specializing in sinus disorders has recently opened in Windsor. Dr. Jeffrey Sawyer, an ear, nose and throat specialist who focuses on sinus disorders has been treating patients suffering from sinus problems for nearly thirty years. Every...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- After a wet spring, it's now hot. Mosquito weather is here -- and they're hungry to target you. Health experts say, however, you can prevent the bites. “We don't want to scare anyone but we want people to be aware,”...
Don’t forget your nose plugs when you head to the lake this summer. The Orange County Department of Health is reminding families across Central Florida to take precautions while swimming in warm fresh water due to the threat posed by the lethal...
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