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FOX40 NewsLike any adorable three-year-old, Tristan Vickerman tends to have a short attention span. But he displayed amazing focus and follow through when his grandpa got injured over the 4th of July weekend. Tristan was at his grandparents' Valley Springs home on...
email@example.comCLEVER, Mo. -- Law enforcement officers are out there every day, making the typical traffic stops and investigating crimes. Every now and then, however, a day comes up that they didn't see coming. It's on those days that they rely on their training...
It's a little weather-beaten and has suffered some minor vandalism, but a makeshift memorial to a man who died after being found bloody and unconcious in Westport in October will remain for a while longer. Brien Euston, 24, was out with friends when he...
Special to the TribuneAn Aurora man was sentenced today to 32 years in prison for the attempted murder of an Oak Park woman and the couple’s 6-week-old infant, who were severely beaten in 2008. The sentence was delivered after Anthony Murdix, 45, pleaded guilty to the...
After the surging ocean waters spawned by Japan's magnitude 8.9 earthquake receded from that country's northeast coast, the drowned were only the first victims to be counted. Over the next several days, physicians and public health officials in Japan can...
Tags: Head Injuries, Earthquakes, Broken Bones, Human Body, Cholera
A north Seattle elderly couple is recovering from a brutal attack Saturday. It happened in broad daylight at a condo building at the corner of 15th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 123rd St. Investigators described a horrific scene inside the small...
I read the article in your newspaper about the legislation passed in Frankfort to add an amendment to the state constitution. Sounds great to me, and I will vote for it if it’s on the ballot in 2012, and I’m still around. But before I do, I...
FOX 17 Weekend Assignment EditorTwo people were injured in a stabbing drama on Florence Street in Kalamazoo on Sunday morning. At 8:15 a.m. Sunday, Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety officers responded to a report of a man stabbed at the corner of North Westnedge Avenue and Florence...
Tags: Government, Injuries and Wounds, Theft, Health, Politics
Hiccups What they are: Involuntary, intermittent, spasmodic contractions of the diaphragm, followed by a sudden closure of the epiglottis (the cartilage protecting the vocal cords), which makes the hiccup sound. They have no known function, but they...
The debate between which plants should prevail in gardens, native plants or introduced plants, is a contentious one. Advocates of our native flora will point out such qualities as water conservation, wildlife opportunities, their limited need for...
Tribune staff reporterFor decades, American parents were on circumcision autopilot. Conventional wisdom held that the foreskin-free penis was healthier and cleaner. Everyone was doing it, so everyone had it done. Not so today. Rates of infant circumcision have declined...
Tags: Urinary System, HIV, Hospitals and Clinics, Sex, Family
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