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At 81, Oklahoma alumnus finally attends graduation
Harold Newland, 81, participated in commencement at the University of Oklahoma on Friday and got a new copy of the accounting degree he earned nearly 55 years ago. Newland missed graduation after earning the degree and has thought of returning to Norman ever since.
Two days, two records? It's possible
OTTUMWA -- The next two days could see records set, with all-time highs possible Tuesday and Iowa breaking its longest streak without a tornado on Wednesday.
VIDEO: Survivor pulled from Bangladesh building rubble
As the number of dead from the collapse of a garment factory building in Bangladesh soars past 1,000, there's a remarkable story of survival. A woman was found alive today in the wreckage of the building.
Do school bus drivers undergo background checks?
Castro was a school bus driver from 1991 to 2012, during which time he was accused of domestic violence. Do they perform background checks on school bus drivers?
VIDEO: Student's rant admonishing teacher goes viral
Watch this viral video of a student being kicked out of class and chastising his teacher for her usage of "packets."
- Cline donates $500,000 to IHCC A gift of $500,000 by Appanoose County philanthropist Morgan E. Cline has been announced by the Centerville campus of Indian Hills Community College. The key component of this gift will be a massive green house that will be used to grow produce which
Apple's iPad2 heart risk found in research by 14-year-old
Gianna Chien's study — which found that Apple's iPad2 can, in some cases, interfere with life-saving heart devices because of the magnets inside — is based on a science fair project that didn't even win her first place.
Slate: New "Facebook phone" is now selling for 99 cents
Less than a month after it launched, the new "Facebook phone" is on sale for 99 cents with a two-year AT&T contract.
The connection between breakfast and academic achievement
Most people know it's hard for children to pay attention in school without eating breakfast. But now a team of researchers has found out why that is.
Jacob tops baby names for 14th year
The Social Security Administration has released the most popular baby names for 2012. Jacob topped the list for boys, while Sophia came in first for girls.
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