"To see what happened so close to our home, where it's supposed to be safe, it's heartbreaking," one Carroll University student said.
Dr. Jennifer Clark said hospitals could encounter another “nightmare winter” if influenza hits hard: “Given the fact that we did not have a flu season last year, we’re at risk for having the classic twindemic they’ve been talking about."
Five educators interviewed by The World-Herald said they were overworked, stressed, micromanaged and paid too little for the job. They ultimately left teaching to find new professions.
Veterans remember the sacrifices of their fellow soldiers this Veterans Day, but there's a lingering anger over the way the war ended.
NEWPORT—The American Cancer Society estimates that one in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. For some, the diagnosis alone can feel paralyzing. For 53-year-old Christy Adams, who overcame stage 3 breast cancer in January, her constitution prevailed. Now she answers a calling from within to help new patients facing for themselves what she went through last year.
"Two of them have a big hole," Baber Shah Dorani said of his teeth. Dorani, a 24-year-old Afghan man, is trying to see the one dentist on base at Fort McCoy.
Idaho bowhunter Raymond Jones went missing on his son's 12th birthday, Sept. 7, 1968. Fifty-three years later, Jones' body was found by another bowhunter, solving a mystery that had long haunted his relatives, including his only son.
37-year-old Hector Reyes lives with his wife of 13 years and their five kids on Weaversville Road in East Allen Township.
They married in April, but by the next month, Hans Wright was ordered out of Afghanistan and had to leave his bride behind. A Muslim who had helped Americans, she had to try three times to escape the Taliban.
A few days after his COVID-19 hospitalization, William "Wild Bill" Hansel believed he heard a fellow patient, to his right, weeping shortly before he died.
Kate Kempf was one of 10 students lauded by area police agencies for taking steps to 'do the right thing' in the face of tragedy.
These are people who assisted the United States with things like language interpretation and finding supplies, said retired U.S. Army Col. Mike FitzGerald, who's helping prepare for their arrival in Stillwater.
WATAUGA — It was the longest week of her life. Lisa Rominger had no idea if her husband would make it off a ventilator. She had no idea if she would be the reason he died.
“Not one of these celebrities (supporting Julius Jones) ... tried to reach out to me or my family,” Rachel Howell said. "Little do they realize, they are advocating for someone who shot a father in front of his sister and children."
Her dress? Shein. Her shoes? Steve Madden. Her earrings? Kendra Scott. She’s one of the hundreds of women wearing sundresses and platform sandals walking around campus over the weekend in the hopes of getting a bid from her dream sorority.
"They see us as servants, as a lower class to ‘handle’ their kids so they can do whatever they want or need to do. And I don’t mean parents — I mean society." #oklaed
Hundreds of protesters gathered outside a UNL fraternity house Tuesday evening, rhythmically chanting "kick him out" at a fraternity member who was accused of rape.
‘I just didn’t expect I would still be here a year and a half later,’ said Dr. Steven M. Brown, 65, who provides virtual care to critically ill patients at Mercy hospitals across several states.