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Walking is as simple as putting one foot in front of the other, but you can make some missteps. Find out how to avoid common walking mistakes.

The Center for Environmental Health in California found that the brands Penafiel, owned by Keurig Dr Pepper, and Starkey, owned by Whole Foods, contain levels of arsenic that are higher than tap water and violate California guidelines, USA Today reported.

Officer was responding to a bad check complaint at a food market near St. Louis.

Shooting and fire began during an argument at a California pitch-and-putt course

CHARLESTOWN — The lone suspect in the fatal shooting Saturday of an East Providence woman in a North Attleboro parking lot was found dead of suicide

Military service member assigned to help secure the U.S.-Mexico border has died.

“It really hurt to the core,’’ Rep. Anastasia Williams said of the governor not giving her the pen she used to sign the abortion-rights

The funeral service for the late WJAR-TV reporter Jim Taricani will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. at Christ the King Church, 180 Old North Road, in Kingston,

While millennials have received much of the attention, Gen Z is right behind them. Are you ready?

COLUMBIA, N.H. (AP) — A long-planned Blessing of the Bikes ceremony for motorcycle enthusiasts became a grief-filled memorial Sunday as hundreds

A screening mammogram is performed on women without symptoms as a “checkup” once per year beginning at age 40. A minimum of four X-ray pictures, two of each breast, are taken on a special X-ray machine used for mammograms only
The breasts are compressed during the exam to reduce motion, spread out the breast tissue, and limit the amount of X-rays necessary to penetrate the breasts…

Sunny Sunday with a high near 86. Northwest wind 10 to 13 mph with gusts as high as 26 mph. Mostly clear Sunday night with a low around 63.Another sunny

There's a small but growing movement in Europe and North America that's shunning air travel because it produces high levels of greenhouse gas emissions.

World Refugee Day festivities in Providence include music, dancing — and talk of immigration raids.

RANDOLPH, N.H. — A truck and a group of motorcycles collided on a rural, two-lane highway Friday, killing at least seven people, injuring others,

PROVIDENCE CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA June 25, 2019 6:00 PM Providence City Office Building, 164 North Gateway Drive, Providence UT The Providence City Council will begin discussing the following agenda items at 6:00 p.m. Anyone interested is invited to attend. Opening Ceremony: Call to Order: Mayor Drew Roll Call of City Council Members: Mayor Drew Pledge of Allegiance: Opening Remarks - Prayer: Staff Reports: Items…

You don't need to spend a lot on cleaning supplies to get the job done. Here are some everyday cleaning tools that serve double duty from the pros at Consumer Reports.

You have been raising your child from infancy and suddenly he’s turned into a teen. The days are long gone when your child used to look at you for approval after doing a good deed. Now he is looking to his friends for approval and some of his peers may not have the type of …

The spending plan passed by the House on Saturday would reshape the state's medical marijuana industry and restore funding to fight gang violence. The

In this article, child psychologist Dr. Shenfield discusses Dewey's approach to awaken creativity in children and to help them achieve their highest potential.

Too often, the emotional side of giftedness is overlooked; for all that we laud the intellectual complexity of giftedness, seldom do we contemplate—let alone praise—the emotional depth and complexity that accompanies it.

It’s been five years since the Massachusetts Gaming Commission approved Wynn Resorts’ casino on Everett’s industrial waterfront. In

After helping the Boston Red Sox win the World Series, pitcher Curt Schilling could do no wrong. Then news broke that his video game company had chewed through a $75 million state loan that it's struggling to pay off. Now, Rhode Island officials are moving to protect taxpayers from what appears to have been a very bad investment.

Long-time television journalist Jim Taricani has died at 69 years of age.
His long-time colleague at WJAR-10 Dyana Koelsch writes about Taricani in a statement for the family: