Some of you are probably wondering why The Daily News’ print edition nameplate — normally printed in black ink — is pink today. If so, then we’re already raising awareness about National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
LA MARQUE — Police Chief Randall Aragon, a finalist for the Fairbanks police chief job, traveled north to Alaska to answer questions from residents in a public interview this week.
LEAGUE CITY — Clear Falls scored a sweep of fellow District 24-6A playoff contender Clear Springs on the road Tuesday.
Today begins what many anglers agree is the best month of the year for fishing the bays.
The announcement that authorities may not pursue charges against two Santa Fe men who live at a house where more than 140 animals were seized requires an explanation.
Reading the Declaration of Independence takes less than 10 minutes. It is about the length of two op-ed essays yet forms the foundation of our republic.
HOUSTON (AP) — The highest criminal court in Texas has refused to reinstate two money-laundering convictions of former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay.
DALLAS (AP) — Three members of the ambulance crew that transported a man diagnosed with Ebola to a Dallas hospital have tested negative for the virus and are restricted to their homes as health officials monitor their conditions.
Anna Young, left, and Ellie Morales sample healthy dishes during a holiday meal for members, family and support staff of the University of Texas Medical Branch colorectal and GI cancer support group.
Members of a new support group for cancer patients Dolly McCarley, from left, Lisa Greif, a nurse at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Robert Webster and Pam Powers, also a nurse, had a holiday meal during a recent meeting that featured some of the foods they have found helpful with some of the eating-related side effects of their cancer treatments.
Banana pudding trifle and a fruit tray with a yogurt dip were served at a holiday meal for members, family and support staff of the University of Texas Medical Branch colorectal and GI cancer support group.
A spinach dip with organic whole grain crackers were served at a holiday meal for members, family and support staff of the University of Texas Medical Branch colorectal and GI cancer support group.
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