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A buffalo soldier's long journey to peace

A buffalo soldier's long journey to peace
Written by Mark Robinson on 2015-05-24


Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club members Charles "Chaz" Jackson, left, and Gene Hester with a photo of Medal of Honor recipient Isaiah Mays in Phoenix on Thursday, May 21, 2015.(Photo: Michael Schennum / The Republic)Chaz Jackson sits within reach of dusty papers and old photos as he considers the legacy of a fellow soldier whose spirit haunted him.Jackson is 74. He chuckles when he says...(Read More)

Family mourns U. of Texas-Arlington student who died on graduation day

Family mourns U. of Texas-Arlington student who died on graduation day
Written by Mark Robinson on 2015-05-22


ARLINGTON – Walking on the graduation stage is one of life’s happiest moments. It should have been Aminah’s happy moment on Friday.“We watched her walk, and I shouted at the top of my lungs for her,” said cousin Shahina Ahmed.On Friday, Aminah Jennifa Ahmed got degrees in biology and business from the University of Texas at Arlington. Family members and friends say she was...(Read More)

'I'm going to stay right here.' Lives lost in Mount St. Helens eruption

'I'm going to stay right here.' Lives lost in Mount St. Helens eruption
Written by Mark Robinson on 2015-05-17


May 18, 2015 marks the 35th anniversary of the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980. Here are some of the striking images. VPCThis is an aerial view of the eruption of Mount Saint Helens on May 18, 1980.(Photo: f United States Geological Survey via Earth Science World Image Bank)Fifty-seven people died when Mount St. Helens erupted in Washington on May 18, 1980 at 8:32 a.m.Autopsies showed...(Read More)

Judge: Pot believed to have pesticide can be seized

Judge: Pot believed to have pesticide can be seized
Written by Mark Robinson on 2015-05-15


A Colorado courtroom dispute has the potential to dramatically alter how marijuana is grown across the state. Health inspectors are trying to clamp down on pesticide use in pot production. VPCLegal marijuana appears purple under intense grow lights inside a Denver warehouse set up to help hobbyists grow their own crops without pesticides. Warehouses like this one could receive a boost in...(Read More)

Amtrak passenger deaths are rare despite concerns over infrastructure

Amtrak passenger deaths are rare despite concerns over infrastructure
Written by Mark Robinson on 2015-05-13


Emergency personnel gather near the scene of a deadly train derailment May 13, 2015, in Philadelphia.(Photo: Mel Evans, AP)Passenger deaths and train derailments are extremely rare on Amtrak despite major concern about aging infrastructure in the the rail system's busy Northeast Corridor, federal records and reports show.Just 158 Amtrak passengers have been killed since 1975, according to Federal...(Read More)

Tropical storm likely in Southeast by week's end

Tropical storm likely in Southeast by week's end
Written by Mark Robinson on 2015-05-06


A subtropical or tropical depression could form off the Southeast coast and lead to a tropical system later in the week. VPCThe center of what's now a disorganized cluster of showers and thunderstorms (orange x) is given a 60% chance of spinning up into a tropical or subtropical storm by the end of the week.(Photo: National Hurricane Center)A subtropical or tropical storm is expected...(Read More)

Contrary to goals, ER visits rise under Obamacare

Contrary to goals, ER visits rise under Obamacare
Written by Mark Robinson on 2015-05-04


Despite expectations, emergency room visits have increased under Obamacare.(Photo: Matt Goins for USA TODAY)Three-quarters of emergency physicians say they've seen ER patient visits surge since Obamacare took effect — just the opposite of what many Americans expected would happen.A poll released today by the American College of Emergency Physicians shows that 28% of 2,099 doctors surveyed nationally...(Read More)

May Day's meaning: How it unfolded in Seattle

May Day's meaning: How it unfolded in Seattle
Written by Mark Robinson on 2015-05-02


Images from May Day protests in Seattle, May 1, 2015, after police and protesters began clashing. Some police officers were injured and several people were arrested.(Photo: KING 5 News)SEATTLE — Police say black-clad May Day marchers hurled wrenches and rocks at officers and hit police with sticks as a Friday night march through a Seattle neighborhood turned violent and injured three officers."This...(Read More)

Thousands march in Baltimore, NYC over death of Freddie Gray

Thousands march in Baltimore, NYC over death of Freddie Gray
Written by Mark Robinson on 2015-04-29


Thousands marched in protest in Baltimore Wednesday, April 29, 2015 in protest over the death of a man injured in police custody. via InstagramA woman takes part in a Solidarity With City Of Baltimore rally at Union Square on April 29, 2015 in New York City.(Photo: Kena Betancur, Getty Images)BALTIMORE — Thousands massed outside City Hall on Wednesday in protest over the death of a man...(Read More)





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