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Education

Syracuse Arts Academy named Outstanding Charter School of the Year

Syracuse Arts Academy Charter School of the Year Award

Since 2006, Syracuse Arts Academy has been fostering arts integration.


Military

Final six F-16s leave Hill Air Force Base for the last time

F-16s leave Hill

The F-16 era is officially and permanently over at Hill Air Force Base.


Local

Riverdale neighborhood putting lives back together a year after tornado hit

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A year after a tornado touched down in parts of Weber County, members of a Riverdale neighborhood are rebuilding and recovering from trauma caused by the storm.


Local

After tornado hit their home, Utah family grows stronger, is forever changed

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It took three minutes for a twister to destroy Paul and Gaelynn Sewell’s home — and change their lives forever.


Government

Sunday Hours: Obamacare Website To Be Shut Down For Portion of Most Weekends

The Trump administration plans to shut down the federal health insurance exchange for 12 hours during all but one Sunday in the upcoming open enrollment season. The shutdown will occur from 12 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET on every Sunday except Dec. 10. The Department of Health and Human Services will also...


Government

A Tale Of Two States: California, Texas And The Latest ACA Repeal Bid

The GOP’s latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act wobbled on Friday as Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said he could not support it. But the bill known as Graham-Cassidy isn’t dead yet. And whatever its fate, the long-held Republican goal it embodies — to fundamentally change how the government...


Government

Money-Saving Offer For Medicare’s Late Enrollees Is Expiring. Can They Buy Time?

Many older Americans who have Affordable Care Act insurance policies are going to miss a Sept. 30 deadline to enroll in Medicare, and they need more time to make the change, advocates say. A lifetime of late enrollment penalties typically await people who don’t sign up for Medicare Part B — which...


Government

Uncertainty Over Health Care’s Future Hobbles Entrepreneurs

Stinson Dean is used to taking risks. The entrepreneur from Independence, Mo., says coping with the ups and downs of the market is an inevitable part of his business. But when he started his company about a year and a half ago, he laid down a firm rule. “One of the things I wasn’t willing to risk...


Government

To Wage War On Superbugs, FDA Clears Way For Scope With A Disposable Piece

Seeking to prevent superbug outbreaks, federal health officials said they have approved the first gastrointestinal medical scope with a disposable cap for use in the U.S. The Food and Drug Administration said that the design of the new duodenoscope by Japanese device maker Pentax should make it...


Government

High On Drugs? Anthem Cites Soaring Drug Costs To Justify 35% Rate Hike in California

Health insurance giant Anthem predicts Californians will pop a lot more pills next year. To make the case for a hefty premium hike in the state’s individual insurance market, Anthem Blue Cross has forecast a 30 percent jump in prescription drug costs for 2018. Such a sharp increase is nearly double...


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