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UC Davis Researchers: Archaeologists Can Determine Biological Sex of Human Remains From Proteins in a Single Tooth

By Heather Clark Photo Credit: Jelmer Eerkens DAVIS, Calif. — A report from the University of California’s Davis campus outlines the discovery that the biological sex of human remains unearthed during archaeological digs can be determined from a protein study of a single tooth. “Estimating the sex of human remains is important for archaeologists who want to understand… …read more Source:: Christian News Network       ...
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Broward begins manual recount in state agriculture commissioner race

By Anthony Man With the words “bring out the ballots” from a deputy county attorney, a cavernous room in the Lauderhill Mall came to life Saturday morning as the manual vote recount began in the close race for state agriculture commissioner. There was far less drama – and much less news media frenzy – at the… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Broward begins manual recount in state agriculture commissioner race

By Anthony Man With the words “bring out the ballots” from a deputy county attorney, a cavernous room in the Lauderhill Mall came to life Saturday morning as the manual vote recount began in the close race for state agriculture commissioner. There was far less drama – and much less news media frenzy – at the… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel       ...
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Greyhound racing ban means thousands of dogs will need homes

By Susannah Bryan Greyhounds — those gentle giants that can sprint at 45 miles an hour — will never race again in Florida come 2021. And that means thousands of dogs will be in need of homes when they “retire” from racing en masse. Floridians recently voted to ban greyhound racing by the end of 2020, despite a warning… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Greyhound racing ban means thousands of dogs will need homes

By Susannah Bryan Greyhounds — those gentle giants that can sprint at 45 miles an hour — will never race again in Florida come 2021. And that means thousands of dogs will be in need of homes when they “retire” from racing en masse. Floridians recently voted to ban greyhound racing by the end of 2020, despite a warning… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel       ...
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Want to adopt a greyhound? What to know before you do

By Susannah Bryan If you think greyhound rescue dogs are hyper and ready to race, think again. “They’re like big cats,” said Carey Theil, executive director of Grey2K USA Worldwide, a nonprofit advocacy group. “They’re docile and gentle and they don’t require a lot of exercise.” Thousands of greyhounds will need… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Northern California wildfire deaths rise to 71 ahead of Trump's visit; more than 1,000 unaccounted for

By Kathleen Ronayne and Sudhin Thanawala With the confirmed death toll at 71 and the list of unaccounted for people more than 1,000, authorities in Northern California on Friday searched for those who perished and those who survived the fiercest of wildfires ahead of a planned visit by President Donald Trump. The president on Saturday… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Worker rescued after falling into trash truck at landfill

By Tonya Alanez A garbage worker suffered a “diabetic emergency” and fell into a trash truck at a Deerfield Beach landfill Friday afternoon, authorities said. “Workers who observed the man fall were unable to get him out and contacted 911,” said Battalion Chief Michael Kane, spokesman for Broward Sheriff Fire… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Worker rescued after falling into trash truck at landfill

By Tonya Alanez A garbage worker suffered a “diabetic emergency” and fell into a trash truck at a Deerfield Beach landfill Friday afternoon, authorities said. “Workers who observed the man fall were unable to get him out and contacted 911,” said Battalion Chief Michael Kane, spokesman for Broward Sheriff Fire… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel       ...
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Dance After Hours@ Main 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM

– Main Library 2nd Floor Restaurant Space: Click Here to Purchase Tickets After Hours@ MainDance After Hours@MainAre your ready to dance to a live band? Eclipse brings a repertoire that spans six decades. From Oldies to Pop, from Classic Rock to Disco, they play it all and they play it live…no pre-recorded tracks for this talented twosome. The full sound of Martha’s keyboards and Kathy’s drums combined with their powerful vocal style results in an energy packed performance that is guaranteed to please. So put on your dancin’ shoes and get ready to dance. Enjoy a night of food, fun, a signature drink, dancing and record album vendors. Door prizes, too.At the door $10 per person; buy your ticket online and save. Event is for ages 21 and over.This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Fort Lauderdale Libraries. …read more Source:: Broward County Library       ...
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Three Broward races decided, one headed for manual recount

By Tonya Alanez The machine recount of ballots is done but that didn’t change the outcome in three close Broward County races — the winners for Plantation and Pompano Beach mayors, as well as a seat on the Walnut Creek Community Development District have been decided. Because the state rejected Broward’s recount… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel       ...
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Three Broward races decided, one headed for manual recount

By Tonya Alanez The machine recount of ballots is done but that didn’t change the outcome in three close Broward County races — the winners for Plantation and Pompano Beach mayors, as well as a seat on the Walnut Creek Community Development District have been decided. Because the state rejected Broward’s recount… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Florida lawmakers expected to dig into election laws

By Jim Turner Florida lawmakers will be asked to tackle how elections are run, after the chaos of this year’s elections led to a federal judge calling the state’s process “the laughingstock of the world.” Incoming Senate President Bill Galvano, who will take the reins of the chamber on Tuesday, said Friday that… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Ohio House of Representatives Again Advances Bill Banning Abortion When Heartbeat Detected

By Heather Clark COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio House of Representatives voted on Thursday in favor of a bill that would ban abortion when a heartbeat is detected, usually around six weeks gestation. The measure passed the legislature two years ago, but was vetoed by Republican Gov. John Kasich. “This bill basically says if there is a heartbeat, you cannot abort. If there is a… …read more Source:: Christian News Network       ...
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Bulletin Board, Sunday, Nov. 18

By Diana Mellion Today Sunday Family Movies, 11 a.m. and a sensory-friendly show, 2 p.m., Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park, 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton. $1. 561-347-3948. Family Bike Night at Holiday Fantasy of Lights, 6-8 p.m., Tradewinds Park, 3600 Sample Road, Coconut Creek. $8. Three miles of illuminated… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel       ...
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Pot for pets? South Florida businesses pushing cannabis oils for Fido's aches, anxieties

By Ron Hurtibise Pot for pets? It may be the next step in the ever-evolving legitimization of medicinal marijuana, and a trio of South Florida companies are competing to become the Blue Apron of cannabis oils for pets. Three companies formed in recent years are selling cannabidiol (CBD) products that owners and… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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