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April Update -The Story of Us

The Story of Us:

As the year continues to hurtle along at a pretty fast pace; I can’t believe another lot of school holidays are over. 257 more words


LAPD Remembers: All Is Not What It Seems

By Ron Ray, retired LAPD

Around 1980-81 my partner and I are working a T-car (traffic) and looking for dui drivers. We are in Hollywood Division driving west on Santa Monica Boulevard west of Cahuenga Boulevard. 555 more words

Law Enforcement

The Heather Diary (5) *NEW*

As my foot became septic and in need of removing before the rest of my body shut down, I had no idea what my life would be like. 344 more words


A Time For Heroes - Chapter 6

The next morning dawned bright and warm. And it matched Ginny’s mood perfectly! She had had a lovely steak dinner with her dad the night before, and they had talked at length about the new tech he had mentioned to Steve. 4,838 more words

Captain America

Just One Second, This Second

I have felt this grief before, I have felt this deep longing this deep deep ache that seeps down all the way to the pit of my soul. 751 more words


Show Your Mettle Day

April is Limb Loss Awareness Month, and today is Show Your Mettle Day! The Amputee Coalition of America has created this day for amputees to show their mettle (strength and resilience) by showing their metal (prosthetics, assistive devices, etc…or simply their missing limbs.) 612 more words


Photographer's View of Young Nepal Quake Victims' Friendship

Photos by Niranjan Shrestha

Associated Press photographer Niranjan Shrestha chronicled the lives of two young Nepal earthquake victims for several months after the April 25, 2015, disaster. 2,049 more words

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