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87-year-old grad completes college studies

Posted: 12/17/2007 - Chancellor Carlos Santiago said he's not certain Garrett is the oldest to ever graduate from the school, but he did say it's been some time since there's been a grad who was born when Woodrow Wilson was president.

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Thousands of schoolkids will get Monday off due to storm

Posted: 12/17/2007 - Sunday's brew of snow, sleet and freezing rain has caused problems from the Great Lakes to New England. A jetliner skidded off a runway near Providence, Rhode Island, but no one on the plane was hurt.

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Pastor: Church will survive shootings and scandal

Posted: 12/17/2007 - At the first Sunday service since gunman Matthew Murray killed two teenage sisters and wounded three other congregants, the Reverend Brady Boyd said the church has been tested -- by the shooting and by the dismissal of New Life's founding pastor Ted Haggard in a sex scandal last year.

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Snowplow operator pulls woman from burning car

Updated: 12/16/2007 - A snowplow driver for the Illinois Department of Transportation is being hailed as a hero for pulling a suburban Chicago woman out of her burning car, even though she didn't realize she needed rescuing.

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Vick property fails to sell

Updated: 12/15/2007 - The 15-acre Virginia estate that served as Michael Vick's dog fighting headquarters has failed to sell

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Ailing Indiana congresswoman passes away

Updated: 12/16/2007 - 69-year old Julia Carson died Saturday morning after a battle with lung cancer. She was the first black and first woman to represent the Indianapolis congressional district.

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Senate repeals tax on mortgage forgiveness

Posted: 12/15/2007 - The Senate has passed a bill written by Senator Debbie Stabenow that would allow homeowners to receive mortgage forgiveness from their lender tax-free.

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Demolition of New Orleans public housing halted

Posted: 12/14/2007 - A reprieve for three New Orleans public housing complexes that were slated for demolition this weekend. The work was halted today amid complaints about the scarcity of housing for the poor after Hurricane Katrina.

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Man nearly dies after downing 2 pints of vodka in airport

Posted: 12/13/2007 - German police say a man nearly died from alcohol poisoning after he chugged two pints of vodka because airport security said he either had to throw it out or pay a fee have his carry-on bag checked.

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Protesters halt demolition at New Orleans public housing slated for development

Posted: 12/13/2007 - More than 30 protesters blocked an excavator from entering a fenced off area of the B.W. Cooper complex in the first of what likely will be many standoffs between protesters and demolition crews that are tearing down hundreds of barracks-style buildings in the hurricane-ravaged city.

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