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Vancouver man marks 50 years with Starr-Edwards heart valve

Marissa Harshman, Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 14th - 12:10am

Glenn Baker was just 32 years old when he underwent a relatively new surgical procedure in 1966 to replace a heart valve.

Edwards releases budget proposal without taxes, only cuts

Melinda Deslatte, Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 6:21pm

Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration presented its doomsday budget to lawmakers Saturday, showing the widespread cuts that would be levied across public colleges and health care services without new money for the state treasury.

The Latest: Rail bridge fire out, Amtrak service disrupted

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 5:40pm

The Latest on a railroad trestle fire west of New Orleans (all times local):

Train trestle fire near New Orleans doused, Amtrak route cut

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 5:40pm

Firefighters Saturday used helicopters and airboats to douse a blaze on a train trestle west of New Orleans, but some Amtrak and freight service remain disrupted.

Pierre hospital changing policy for mental health patients

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 4:51pm

Avera St. Mary's hospital in Pierre is changing how it treats patients with mental health issues after a person who needed further care walked away recently.

Thune tours Rosebud hospital, calls for accountability

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 4:41pm

U.S. Sen. John Thune says the problems facing an Indian Health Service hospital in Rosebud are "life and death issues."

Arkansas lawmaker proposes tax on some college properties

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 4:11pm

A Republican state lawmaker wants to levy property taxes on public colleges and universities for property they rent to commercial businesses or use for a "nonpublic purpose."

Greek farmers end blockade of central Athens in tax dispute

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 1:41pm

Greek farmers protesting planned tax hikes and pension changes have left a central Athens square where they had been camped out since Friday but are vowing to keep protesting until the government listens.

As FBI goes through evidence at refuge, town awaits normalcy

Rebecca Boone, Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 1:41pm

As the FBI focuses on its criminal investigation at the national wildlife refuge taken over by an armed group, land managers must get ready to reopen the 300-square-mile (780-square-kilometer) area, which draws birdwatchers, anglers and hunters and is a key economic engine of the surrounding area.

New University of Arkansas chancellor to examine budget

Marty Cook, Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 12:41pm

Joseph Steinmetz knows what he wants to do but hasn't figured out how he will do it.

Kingston library expands as book, Internet patrons grow

Bill Bowden-Gazette, Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 12:41pm

After the library closes in Kingston, a town of about 300 residents, people sit on the front porch or in vehicles out front with laptop computers so they can pick up the library's Wi-Fi signal.

Costco, Trader Joe's further divide regional shopping market

Samuel Hardiman, Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 12:40pm

Two national chains, Costco and Trader Joe's, are scheduled to bring more grocery options to Tulsa in the span of two months, and, when they do, high-end natural grocers and other wholesalers will face stiffer competition, national and local experts say.

Beckley students perform in 'High School Musical'

Wendy Holdren-Herald, Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 11:41am

Bright and early on the morning of Feb. 4 inside Stephen Wilson's classroom at Woodrow Wilson High School, more than a dozen students of all grade levels and all social cliques stood on a wooden platform dancing and singing, "We're All in This Together."

Head of BAFTA: Film industry not diverse enough

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 11:41am

The head of the British Academy Film and Television Awards says its annual ceremony does not feature more ethnic minority nominees because the film industry itself is not diverse enough.

1st year schools chief brings stability to Wyoming education

Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 11:31am

Order has been restored in Wyoming K-12 education during state schools Superintendent Jillian Balow's first year, officials involved with state education say.

Jennifer Lawrence donating $2 million to hometown hospital

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 10:00am

Actress Jennifer Lawrence is donating $2 million to a Kentucky hospital where she visited sick youngsters during a recent holiday trip home.

As FBI goes through evidence at refuge, town awaits normalcy

Rebecca Boone, Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 9:12am

As the FBI focuses on its criminal investigation at the national wildlife refuge taken over by an armed group, land managers must get ready to reopen the 300 square-mile area, which draws birdwatchers, anglers and hunters and is a key economic engine of the surrounding area.

Historic Kearsarge Peg Co. destroyed by fire after 121 years

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 8:40am

A historic mill in Bartlett, New Hampshire, was destroyed by fire Friday afternoon after more than a century in operation.

Feds: New traceability rules would cut down illegal seafood

Patrick Whittle, Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 13th - 8:31am

Federal authorities say they want feedback from the public about proposed rules they hope would take a bite out of illegal fishing imports that jeopardize the country's multibillion dollar commercial fishing industry.