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Fans Should Lockout the NHL

Fans Should Lockout the NHL
Written by Katie Luce on 2012-12-04


As most hockey fans probably agree, the NHL lockout is absolutely ridiculous. Two sides arguing about money and not able to come to an agreement over a few thousand in the big picture of millions is just absurd. I don't care whose side fans were on back in August, but now many fans seem to be on their own side and against both the players and the owners.
Although fair deals could have been agreed...(Read More)

Affordable Health Care for America

Affordable Health Care for America
Written by Katie Luce on 2012-03-09


The Affordable Care Act was passed by President Obama on March 23, 2010 and in my opinion it was a huge step in the right direction in providing health care to all Americans. A cornerstone American belief is that the all people have the rights to life, liberty and property. I take this a step further and believe affordable health care falls right into those basic rights. Not only should people have...(Read More)

What a Way to End 2011 and Start 2012!

What a Way to End 2011 and Start 2012!
Written by Katie Luce on 2012-01-01


If it isn't enough to have one bundle of joy, think about having two babies - twins. Twins are special enough as it is, but for one Buffalo family, they got quite the surprise.
Brighid and Thomas Rosputni spent their New Year's Eve welcoming twins into the world, but their twins were not born on the same day as most are. In fact, the little baby boys were born in different years, which is obviously...(Read More)

Top News Stories of 2011

Top News Stories of 2011
Written by Katie Luce on 2011-12-28


Every year it seems that all the news programs come out with a report on the top stories of the year, so I decided to have my own report for 2011.
I chose what I think are the top 10 stories of the year. These are in order by date.

1. January 8: Gabrielle Giffords and 17 others were shot at a public political event in Arizona. Giffords survived and six died, among those a nine year old girl.
2....(Read More)

Sixth Grade Phenom Excels in High School Hoops

Sixth Grade Phenom Excels in High School Hoops
Written by Katie Luce on 2011-12-28


It's not every day that a 5'4" sixth grader is talented enough to play a sport at the high school level, but for Damon Harge his talent found him a spot on one North Carolina High School's basketball team.
The point guard averaged 35 points last year and was playing against kids three years older than him. Now he is a player for Creedmor Christian Faith Center High School at only twelve years old...(Read More)

Miracle Babies

Miracle Babies
Written by Katie Luce on 2011-12-15


Melinda Star Guido was born on August 30, 16 weeks before her December 15 due date. Her mother had a serious pregnancy complication called preeclampsia, which causes very high blood pressure and excessive, rapid weight gain after the 20th week of pregnancy. This condition is very dangerous for both the mother and baby.
In Melinda's mother's case, she had to deliver by emergency C-section in her 24th...(Read More)

Cry it out

Cry it out
Written by Katie Luce on 2011-12-15


For years parents have been using the "cry it out" technique when their baby cries but now, new research puts that widely used technique into question, claiming it can be harmful to your baby.
Parents use the technique for many reasons, but most often it is so that parents can get a goodnight's sleep and so that they "teach" their babies "good sleep habits". Also called self-soothing, this method...(Read More)

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I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas
Written by Katie Luce on 2011-12-13


One big question that is on many people's minds is whether it will be a white Christmas. For the past few years the traditional Christmas snowfall has been lacking in Buffalo, disappointing many. Even those that hate snow seem to like the glistening coating on the trees, ground and rooftops on Christmas.
Based on statistics from 1961-1990, the New York state has a 56% chance of having a "white...(Read More)

What

What's in a Name
Written by Katie Luce on 2011-12-12


When I was in grammer school, there were three Katie's in the class. I was one of them. In high school, there were even more Katie's, Kate's, etc. Now, there are seven people in my class with some version of the name Katherine. In 1987, Katherine was 28th in popularity. People often asked if I hated having the same name as everyone else.
The truth is, I never minded having a common name; even...(Read More)





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