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Haitian communities vow to fight Trump moves to terminate legal status; also on the rundown; an update on the trial of an activist who shut down a pipeline; a new poll shows Americans want to talk turkey not politics, on Thanksgiving; and just ahead of Black Friday - Cyber Security an emerging toy-safety concern.

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Archive: May 31, 2016

Ohio has one of the highest rates of students attending charter and online schools who don't graduate. (Pixabay)

COLUMBUS, Ohio – It's high school graduation time across Ohio, but a new report suggests the state's graduation rate may not be something to celebrate. The 2016 "Building a Grad Nation" report shows the national graduation rate hit a record high of 82.3 in 2014. Lead author Jennifer DePaol ...Read More

The stroke rate is too high in Missouri, but health experts say those numbers can come down if more people get their blood pressure under control. (Virginia Carter)

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - This is the final day of American Stroke Month, but stroke is an ongoing concern in Missouri, where it's the fourth-leading cause of death. State health experts cite smoking, physical inactivity and obesity as just a few of the health problems Missourians have at higher rate ...Read More

This multi-family housing unit in Cashmere, Wash., was developed by the Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing to serve farmworkers' families. (Marty Miller/ORFH)

YAKIMA, Wash. – As grocery stores and farmers markets stock the fresh cherry crop for which Washington is famous, one organization is focused on the people who pick those cherries – and their need for safe living conditions. The Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing (ORFH) in Yakima h ...Read More

A new report calls for restricting the use of antibiotics in factory-farmed animals to curb the global spread of infections. (MercyforAnimals/Wikimedia Commons)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – A new report calls for banning or restricting the use of antibiotics in farm animals to curb the global spread of infections. Cameron Harsh, senior manager for organic and animal policy with the environmental advocacy group Center for Food Safety, explains continuously dosin ...Read More

A UW-Health study shows that upwards of 25 percent of all sleep apnea patients cannot tolerate CPAP therapy because they can't stand wearing a mask all night. (Yelena Rodriquez/iStockPhoto.com)

MADISON, Wis. – Sleep apnea is one of the most common sleep-related breathing disorders and affects about 7 percent of the U.S. adult population. But it is a very treatable problem, commonly with CPAP therapy. Claudia Korcarz, who manages the University of Wisconsin Atherosclerosis Imaging ...Read More

Farmworker Housing Development Corp. builds housing, such as the building above, for farmworkers and their families. (FHDC)

PORTLAND, Ore. – As fresh cherries go on display in Oregon's grocery stores, one organization is thinking about the workers who pick the fruit – and their need for safe living conditions. The Farmworker Housing Development Corporation (FHDC) in Woodburn has been developing housing for ...Read More

Children's advocates hope more families will take in the growing number of kids in foster care in Indiana. (Virginia Carter)

INDIANAPOLIS - Advocates for foster children say now is the time for people who may be considering becoming foster parents to step up - in Indiana, good homes for these kids are desperately needed. The Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) cites a big jump in the number of kids being removed ...Read More

Starting this week, many vendors at Iowa farmers markets will accept vouchers from seniors and low-income families. (IAFarmersMarkets.org)

DES MOINES, Iowa - Iowa farmers markets are in full swing starting this week at almost 200 locations across the state. Beginning tomorrow, vouchers for the Women, Infants and Children or WIC program, issued by the Iowa Department of Public Health, can be used to shop at farmers markets, as well as ...Read More

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