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NC Woman: Dog show reserved handicapped spaces for judgesA disabled North Carolina woman says more than 20 handicapped parking spots near the Raleigh Kennel Club Dog Show were reserved for judges, forcing her to walk over a quarter mile
The Associated Press6 hours ago
Military academies begin to follow military transgender banThe academies that educate officers for the nation's armed forces have begun to implement the Trump administration's ban on transgender service members
The Associated Press11 hours ago
FILE - In this Tuesday, June 25, 2013 file photo, Jeffrey Beard, secretary of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, looks over a dialysis machine while touring the new California Correctional Health Care Facility during dedication day festivities. Officials say Legionnaires' disease bacteria that killed one inmate and sickened another is more widespread than expected in a California prison. They said Wednesday, April 17, 2019, that preliminary tests found the bacteria in the water supply at a prison medical facility in Stockton and at two neighboring youth correctional facilities. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)
Legionnaires' disease found in adjacent California prisonsOfficials say tests show Legionnaires' disease bacteria that killed one inmate and sickened another is more widespread than expected in a California state prison
The Associated Press11 hours ago
FILE - In this undated file photo provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a blacklegged tick, also known as a deer tick, rests on a plant. Non-native ticks, including some with significant veterinary and medical importance, are showing up in Alaska and health officials fear a warmer climate may allow them to become established. A collaborative project between the University of Alaska and state wildlife and veterinary officials is working to understand the risk of non-native ticks such as blacklegged ticks and pathogens they could carry. (CDC via AP, File)
Tick, tick, tick: Alaska braces for invading parasitesAlaska health and wildlife officials are taking steps to track undesirable parasites showing up in the state
The Associated Press14 hours ago
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