Coalition seeks community help on reducing youth drug, alcohol use
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Coalition seeks community help on reducing youth drug, alcohol use

The Adams County Substance Abuse Coalition's Triena Larsen says the statistics from the 2016 Illinois Youth Survey on youth drug and alcohol use are concerning for parents, educators and the wider community.

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Analysis: State would lose $1.7B in 1st year under GOP bill

Legislative budget analysts say a Republican health care bill would mean a first-year loss of $1.7 billion of funding for Arizona for the Medicaid eligibility expansion and the health exchange created under President Barack Obama's health law

Can brain disease explain Aaron Hernandez's behavior?
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Can brain disease explain Aaron Hernandez's behavior?

Aaron Hernandez brain disease diagnosis raises questions about his life troubles & suicide

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The Latest: Emotional ad asks GOP senators to reject bill

An emotional TV advertisement featuring the mother of a grown woman with cerebral palsy is set to air urging Senate Republicans not to vote for the GOP health care bill

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Clarification: Food-Deadline-Cream of Carrot Soup story

Clarification: Food-Deadline-Cream of Carrot Soup story

Face it, you need some pumpkin to really ring in the season
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Face it, you need some pumpkin to really ring in the season

For this Pumpkin Bread French Toast, we've reverse-engineered a pumpkin bread pudding, which is really just reverse-engineered French toast

Social services fair to be one-stop shop for those in need
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Social services fair to be one-stop shop for those in need

Vatterott College and the Salvation Army are teaming up to offer a one-stop shop for people in need. Services provided at the first Adams County Community Connection social services fair will run the gamut from legal assistance to haircuts.

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School districts to serve NY-sourced lunches

Five school districts in the Southern Tier have launched a new program to bring more locally sourced foods to students who get school lunches

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New Mexico insurance regulator opposes GOP health overhaul

New Mexico's top insurance regulator says a Republican drive to erase the Affordable Care Act would greatly cripple the state's efforts to provide health coverage to the poor

AP FACT CHECK: Trump and the fog over pre-existing maladies
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AP FACT CHECK: Trump and the fog over pre-existing maladies

AP FACT CHECK: Who's right about GOP health care bill, Trump and Cassidy, or Kimmel the TV guy?