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Northampton providing refuge for those without heat

NORTHAMPTON, Mass (WWLP) – Below-Zero Wind chills across Western Massachusetts. Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz opened a warming center to keep the homeless and residents without heat, safe from dangerously low temperatures. 257 more words


Vigil held for missing Lafayette teen

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – A Lafayette family hopes a vigil for their missing daughter will bring her home safely.

Fifteen-year-old Aleicia Bischoff has been missing since Feb. 124 more words


What does Cumberland Park mean to you?

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – What does Cumberland Park mean to you? That’s what The West Lafayette Public Arts Team wants to know.

The team is asking the public to submit ideas for a sculpture to mark the entrance of the park. 105 more words


Texas chief justice remembers "good friend" Antonin Scalia

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht was close friends with Antonin Scalia for the past quarter century, in fact Justice Scalia came to Texas to preside at Hecht’s swearing in for his most recent term. 222 more words


The Digital Age of Journalism is here, and the Audience has a Say

Evolution of Interaction

The innovators behind the advent of call-in radio in 1945 set an incredible precedent; suddenly, rather than through a strongly-written (and seldom replied to) letter to the editor, listeners with paricularly feverish opinions concerning any topic under the sun could voice their politcial ire easily and instantaneously, for the world to hear. 254 more words


Supreme Court faces logjam following Scalia death

WASHINGTON (MEDIA GENERAL) – The Supreme Court is set for a difficult administrative period following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

Senate Majority Leader Mitchel McConnell (R-Ky.) has already indicated that Republicans will not approve a replacement nominated by Pres.  458 more words


Rose-Hulman community honors Samuel Hulbert

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – The Rose-Hulman community came together Saturday to honor the life of a former President.

Samuel Hulbert died on January 29. 83 more words