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Death of Baker County infant linked to co-sleeping
BAKER CITY, Ore. (AP) - Baker County authorities are investigating the death of a 5-week-old boy who died of asphyxiation caused by co-sleeping. The Baker City Herald reports (https://is.gd/WLeOv4 ) the baby had been sleeping with his mother when he died last weekend. The baby's father was also home at ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Death Newspaper Autopsy Infant bed Washington Infant The Washington Times
West Metro firefighters rescue 5-year-old girl hiding in closet during blaze
West Metro firefighters rescued a 5-year-old girl who hid in a closet after a fire broke out in a Lakewood home early Friday morning, according to firefighters.
211 points by The Denver Post | Utah Newspaper English-language films Salt Lake City Associated Press Colorado City Arizona
Study reports $603M impact by USM in Mississippi
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) - A new study says that the University of Southern Mississippi has a $603 million impact on the state. The Hattiesburg American (http://hatne.ws/2ceTFxD ) details the findings which were released Thursday. The newspaper reports that this was the first independent study of the Hattiesburg-based university's impact on ...
1 points by The Washington Times | University of Southern Mississippi Oak Ridge Associated Universities Hattiesburg Mississippi Clyde Kennard Washington D.C. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities Newspaper
Breezy, sunny and mild in Denver before roller coaster of weekend weather
Temperatures will fall short of 80 degrees Friday as a wind shift in the afternoon will bring cooler weather from the northeast into the Denver metro area.
6 points by The Denver Post | Weather Week-day names Wind Rain Meteorology Newspaper Monsoon Utah
Authorities investigating after 5 people shot in Hot Springs
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) - Authorities in Hot Springs are questioning witnesses after five people were shot Thursday night. Hot Springs police Cpl. Kirk Zaner tells The Sentinel-Record (http://bit.ly/2cKM90t ) that persons of interest have been detained, but no arrests have been announced. Zaner says police received the initial call ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | People Arkansas Person Newspaper Little Rock Arkansas Hot Springs Arkansas Lynn A. Davis Shooting
Lawyer hired by Trump and Ailes to threaten the media once defended it
Charles Harder says he is still protecting the First Amendment — just in a different way.
10 points by The Washington Post | Roger Ailes The New York Times First Amendment to the United States Constitution Fox News Channel Newspaper Melania Trump News Corporation Hulk Hogan
C.J. Anderson stars in season-opening win, climbs Broncos’ record books
The eyes were on the quarterback, and later on the defense. But it was C.J. Anderson who starred for the Broncos in a thrilling season-opening win over the Panthers on Thursday.
3055 points by The Denver Post | American football Super Bowl Editing Newspaper North Carolina Quarterback National Football League Woody Paige
Laura Elder named new Galveston County managing editor
GALVESTON, Texas (AP) - Laura Elder, business editor of The Galveston County Daily News, has been named the daily's new managing editor. She succeeds Scott E. Williams, who died of a heart attack Aug. 17. The Daily News (http://bit.ly/2cG7V1z) reports Elder will continue to edit the newspaper's business pages, as ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Editing Newspaper Galveston County Texas Greater Houston Galveston Texas The Times League City Texas Galveston Bay Area
Susan Pape named publisher of San Antonio Express-News
SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Texas Hill Country native Susan Lynch Pape, who has risen through the leadership ranks at the San Antonio Express-News over the past decade, has been promoted to publisher of the daily newspaper. The Express-News (http://bit.ly/2cmjNJA) reports the Boerne (BUR'-nee), Texas, native will also continue as its ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Hearst Corporation Newspaper San Antonio Express-News Houston Chronicle Broadsheet Seattle Post-Intelligencer Austin Texas Newspaper companies of the United States
Obama on ‘Terrifying’ Threat of Climate Change
In an exclusive interview on his legacy, President Obama speaks to The Times’s Mark Landler and Coral Davenport on climate change while visiting Marine Corps Base Hawaii.
4311 points by The New York Times | United States Democratic Party Barack Obama Newspaper Hawaii President of the United States Broadsheet Illinois
Abducted Montana woman who called family from car trunk died of gunshot wound

365 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | Family Federal Bureau of Investigation English-language films Great Falls Montana Newspaper Wife Marriage Death
Man formally charged with vehicular homicide in death of Denver Post reporter
A 23-year-old Denver man has been charged with two counts of vehicular homicide while driving recklessly and drunken driving in the death of Denver Post reporter Colleen O'Connor, according to a news release by Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey's office.
7 points by The Denver Post | Newspaper Associated Press U.S. state Alcoholic beverage Utah Salt Lake City Medicine Crime
Covering 9/11: 'The page isn't big enough'
Communicating the magnitude of the attacks in print seemed an impossible task.       
4070 points by USA Today | September 11 attacks Iraq War The Pentagon Al-Qaeda Osama bin Laden Newspaper Washington D.C. Virginia
Man dies after construction accident at Gwinnett park

-1 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | Gwinnett County Georgia Newspaper Sugar Hill Georgia
Airport tax cut brings planes, but revenue yet to take off
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) - A city's steep tax cut has succeeded in getting more planes to park at the local airport. But officials are still waiting for tax revenues to grow. The Daily Press newspaper on Tuesday reported (http://bit.ly/2bR5wie) that city officials in Newport News expect proceeds to increase ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Taxation Virginia Hampton Roads Newspaper Public finance Public transport Time Airport
Caregiver accused of stealing $100K in artwork, jewelry from elderly Wheat Ridge artist’s home
Investigators began looking into the case when the family of the artist reported that more than 600 pieces of Southwestern art had been taken from her home.
72 points by The Denver Post | Police Colorado Front Range Urban Corridor Prison Crime Jefferson County Colorado Newspaper Theft
Armed robber leaves Colorado Springs restaurant without loot
A masked robber fled a Colorado Springs restaurant without any spoils Wednesday night after an employee opened a cash register and showed the criminal it was empty.
3 points by The Denver Post | Utah Crime Newspaper Associated Press Salt Lake City U.S. state English-language films Police
Margaret E. Dougherty, former editor of Maryland Magazine, dies
Margaret E. Dougherty, former editor of Maryland Magazine who sought to highlight the beauty, diversity and history of the Free State, died of a stroke Tuesday at College Manor Nursing Home in Lutherville.The former longtime Federal Hill resident was 96.The daughter of Joseph F. Dougherty, head...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Maryland The Wire Baltimore Spiro Agnew Newspaper Academic degree Baltimore Police Department Baltimore County Maryland
“Serial” creator/host will speak at opening of Point Park’s Center for Media Innovation
Here’s the mystery of “Serial,” season three: Sarah Koenig says they haven’t picked a subject yet.
58 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Newspaper Mass media Journalism National Public Radio News media Criminal justice Public Radio International Media
Point Park University to unveil new Center for Media Innovation
Point Park University’s Center for Media Innovation officially opens Tuesday, but the spirit behind it is as old as journalism itself.
-1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Journalism Broadcasting Mass media Newspaper Paul Jabara Broadcast engineering Point Park University Television studio
1 person killed and second seriously hurt in a Denver auto-pedestrian crash
One person was killed and a second was struck and seriously injured early Thursday morning in an auto-pedestrian accident involving two cars, according to Denver police.
1052 points by The Denver Post | Newspaper Associated Press U.S. state Utah Salt Lake City Colorado Denver International Airport Crime
Friday
Generally sunny despite a few afternoon clouds. High 89F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph.
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Monday
Mainly sunny. High 74F. Winds NNE at 10 to 15 mph.
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Friday Night
Partly cloudy. Low 66F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph.
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Sunday Night
A mostly clear sky. Low 62F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
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Sunday
Cloudy in the morning, then off and on rain showers during the afternoon hours. Thunder possible. High 81F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
-1 points by Boston Herald | Boston Herald WEEI Newspaper Dave Wedge Massachusetts Web feed RSS The Boston Journal
Tuesday Night
Cloudy this evening with showers after midnight. Low near 65F. Winds NE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 50%.
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Saturday Night
Partly cloudy with isolated thunderstorms developing overnight. Low 71F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 30%.
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Saturday
Sunny skies. High 78F. Winds E at 10 to 20 mph.
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Tuesday
Mainly sunny. High around 80F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph.
-1 points by Boston Herald | Boston Herald WEEI Newspaper Dave Wedge Massachusetts Web feed RSS The Boston Journal
Thursday
Rain showers early with some sunshine later in the day. High around 80F. Winds NE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 50%.
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Wednesday
Sunshine and clouds mixed. High 74F. Winds ENE at 10 to 20 mph.
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Monday Night
Clear skies. Low 62F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.
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Wednesday Night
A mostly clear sky. Low 64F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph.
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Thursday Night
A few clouds from time to time. Low 72F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph.
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Jack Higgins’ Perspective for Sept. 8, 2016

2 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Chicago Chicago Sun-Times Chicago Daily News Chicago Tribune Mike Royko Sun-Times Media Group Trump International Hotel and Tower Newspaper
India: Street kids publish newspaper to raise awareness
Balaknama newspaper, run and produced by street children in Delhi, tells stories of injustice kids suffer daily.
5419 points by Al Jazeera English | The Streets Newspaper Drug addiction Addiction Street Publication Publishing Domestic worker
Chicago teen apparently raped on Facebook Live relocated
CHICAGO (AP) — The 15-year-old Chicago girl who authorities say was raped while around 40 people viewed it live on Facebook has been relocated with her family.
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Chicago Cook County Illinois Chicago Sun-Times Chicago Tribune Newspaper Worth Bingham Prize recipients Associated Press Trump International Hotel and Tower
Japan suicides costing country $4.1 billion annually
Japan's high suicide rate is costing the country.
-1 points by UPI | Suicide United Press International Suicide in Japan Newspaper 2016 Japan 2015 Suicide in South Korea
Register for spring classes with LINEC
Spring LINEC classes for seniors and older adults are accepting registrations now for courses that will begin April 3 on the campus of New England College in Henniker. Open classes include: How the Earth Works; The Power of Art in Healing; From Age-ing to Sage-ing; The Taming of the Shrew; Math Musi...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | New Hampshire Concord New Hampshire Newspaper Advertising Yonder Mountain String Band
Speaker visits TRIP center
The TRIP Senior Center in Franklin celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8 with guest speaker Betty Hovey. An interior designer, Hovey spoke about attending Hesser College for design and opening her own design firm. 
-2 points by Concord Monitor | New Hampshire Concord New Hampshire Trip Newspaper Advertising Yonder Mountain String Band
PHOTOS: Hindu prayer at the New Hampshire House
Veeramani Ranganathan of the Hindu Temple of New Hampshire in Nashua gave the opening prayer in front of the House of Representatives session Thursday. And State Rep. Latha Mangipudi of Nashua became the first legislator to wear an Indian sari during a session. Ranganathan spoke the prayer first in...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | New Hampshire United States House of Representatives Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Concord New Hampshire Bill Clinton Newspaper United States Constitution Virginia
'Town That Garbage Built' for sale in Pennsylvania for $1.5M
REDUCTION, Pa. (AP) - "The Town That Garbage Built" is up for sale.
-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | The Philadelphia Inquirer Headline Subscription business model Single-family detached home Town Property Risk Newspaper
Granite State Stories: Civil War soldiers riot in Concord
Violence erupted Aug. 8, 1861, after soldiers of the First New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment, just back in Concord after a rather uneventful three-month stint in the South, attacked and destroyed the office of the anti-war newspaper, the Democratic Standard.The paper had been castigating Republicans...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | Printing Southern United States Vermont 2003 invasion of Iraq Newspaper Massachusetts Paper Virginia
Dozens of Us Weekly staffers booted amid $100M sale
The soon-to-be owners of Us Weekly are sharpening the ax . On Thursday, 38 editorial people, including Us Weekly Editor-in-Chief Michael Steele, were told they are getting the old heave- ho, sources tell Media Ink. But they have to keep working for the next few weeks until the deal officially closes and American Media Inc....
-1 points by New York Post | Editing Jann Wenner The National Enquirer Us Weekly Newspaper Publishing Film American Media
'Town That Garbage Built' for sale in Pennsylvania
REDUCTION, Pa. — “The Town That Garbage Built” is up for sale.
-1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Real estate Family Property Town Newspaper Youghiogheny River Milk Ownership
Defense Secretary Mattis breaks with Trump on declaring that media are 'enemy of the American people'
Trump attacks the media at campaign rally a month into his term Feb. 19, 2017, 8:56 a.m. A look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington: Trump: Media is a " big part of the problem" Trump says he wants to bring back coal. This soon-to-be closed Arizona plant could be his...
33 points by Los Angeles Times | President of the United States Federal government of the United States United States Department of Defense Newspaper Military of the United States Classified information Washington D.C. Executive Office of the President of the United States
The media's Worst Week in Washington
Yep. We "won."
1 points by The Washington Post | Mass media President of the United States Public relations Press Steven Tyler Journalist White House Newspaper
John McCain stands up for the press
Arizona Sen. John McCain said President Trump is wrong to tweet the press is an “enemy of the American people” — a label a “dictator” might use. “If you want to preserve democracy as we know it, you have to have a free and at many times adversarial press,” McCain told Meet The Press’s Chuck...
3 points by New York Post | Democratic Party NBC Arizona Republican Party Newspaper Want Barack Obama Television
Obituary: Andrew Jay Schneider / Investigative reporter won 2 Pulitzer Prizes in Pittsburgh
Investigative reporter Andrew Jay Schneider, who spent seven years in Pittsburgh working for the Pittsburgh Press, helping to win back-to-back Pulitzer Prizes for the newspaper in 1986 and 1987, died of heart failure early Saturday morning in a hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he was being treated for pulmonary disease. He was 74.
134 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | E. W. Scripps Company Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Organ transplant Newspaper Seattle Post-Intelligencer Pittsburgh Press Associated Press A Story