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Summer Is Here! Kind of.

Featured Photo: The tree outside our window on May 21st. So green!

From Elder Ellis:

Hey everyone! This week has been so awesome! There is a lot that has gone on and I want to tell you it all! 971 more words


Prosecutors: Colorado sees increase in homicides motivated by marijuana

DENVER — Some prosecutors in Colorado say they’re noticing a new trend: An increase in murders motivated by marijuana.

In Aurora, the last 10 of 15 drug-related homicide cases were connected to marijuana. 256 more words


DPS students post video of beatings on Facebook

DENVER — The FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers are getting inundated with emails and phone calls from parents who say their children are getting beaten up — just so the “bully” can post it on Facebook. 580 more words


Health Care Confusion Continues in North Texas… Despite New Transparency Law

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NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – When you’re sick, you want help fast. You might miss the fine print that says how much that help will cost. 639 more words



Featured Photo: Mai, Bao, and Emmaus surprising Elder Ellis with a visit!

From Elder Ellis:

Hello everyone! This week has been awesome! So much has happened and I just can’t formulate words to tell you all the miracles. 1,158 more words


"There's no way I can fight this myself:" Combat vet battling Uncle Sam over government error

JEFFERSON — The federal government made a big mistake and now, a disabled Wisconsin veteran is paying the price. An error in the federal Workers’ Compensation Program could force the father of four to sell his home. 1,119 more words


Most Wisconsin schools and daycares don't test drinking water for lead

MILWAUKEE — Most schools and daycares in Wisconsin are not testing their drinking water for lead, despite the Environmental Protection Agency strongly recommending that they should be. 2,088 more words