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Officials claim the move is an attempt to help, but some of the homeless aren't so sure.
The College Board is once again redesigning the format and scoring of the SAT college-entrance exam.
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 25, 2014--The United States narrowly holds its spot among the top 20 nations globally in its capacity to meet retirement security needs and expectations, according to the 2014 Global Retirement Index, published today by Natixis Global Asset Management. The U.S. scored 19th among 150 nations analyzed, as the benefits of increasing U.S. economic stability are moderated by the potential for rising interest rates and inflation, as well as persistent income inequality.
Maitland, FL – In a celebration of the rich African-American culture the March of Dimes is raising awareness about the significant disparity in prematurity rates between black infants and those of other races.
Today more than 30 million Americans suffer with chronic disease of one of the most vital organs in the human body – the liver. Performing an estimated 400 essential bodily functions every day, the liver is responsible for keeping the human body healthy. The liver’s exposure to chronic disease may not only make a person very ill but could have a fatal and detrimental impact on their life.
(NAPSI)—Indonesia will choose its next president in a few months and the historic presidential race is heating up. The strategically important archipelago nation of 17,000 islands in the heart of Asia shuttered a dictatorial system in the late 1990s and continues to build its fledgling democracy. Home to the largest Muslim population in the world, Indonesia maintains its moderate Islamic views as it chooses to focus its attention on emerging as a potent economic player on the global stage—and this focus is paying off. Indonesia has the world’s fourth largest population and boasts an economy currently ranked 16th but is projected to move up past Germany and the United Kingdom and to seventh by 2030. With a respectable 6 percent growth in 2012, the country’s longer-term economic outlook remains strong. So with this type of potential, who leads this rising star matters to the world, and one candidate is emerging as the odds- on favorite: Prabowo Subianto.
(NAPSI)—The next time you give someone a gift of fine jewelry, you can also give yourself the gift of knowing you’ve done so responsibly.
SARASOTA, FL - As the temperature drops and the worry over preparing Thanksgiving dinner begins, some Suncoast residents are concerned more with finding shelter.
ENGLEWOOD, FL - Families make up most of the homeless population that lives in South Sarasota County.
SARASOTA, FL - ABC 7 is sifting through the report from Dr. Robert Marbut regarding solutions to the local homeless problem.
SARASOTA, FL - The effort to prevent homelessness takes another step forward on the Suncoast today as Dr. Robert Marbut addresses the topic on Tuesday.
A new local study finds there are more than 400 families with nearly 800 children who are homeless in Sarasota County tonight.
SARASOTA, FL - The group Trinity Without Borders is apparently looking to go ahead with a plan to help the city's homeless population.
VENICE, FL - It may not be as visible as it is in other parts of Sarasota County, but Venice has it's share of homeless residents.
SARASOTA, FL - Work begins today for the man that officials hope can help solve the local problem of homelessness.
SARASOTA, FL - Sarasota is often seen as being unfriendly toward homeless people.
A recently released CDC study showing a 56.4% decrease in vaccine-type HPV prevalence among female teenagers 14 to 19 years of age as a “critical milestone in the fight to end cervical cancer in our lifetime”.
SARASOTA - The only Fetal Alcohol clinic in the state is right here on the Suncoast, but now it may soon be closing its doors with threats to cuts in state funding. Without it, the trickle-down effect will be felt statewide.
BRADENTON - City officials Hope a proposed trespass ordinance will help control crowds at the new Riverwalk skate park. But some say that if passed, the law wouldn't just make it illegal to trespass at the skate park, but all over the city.
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Methamphetamine lab seizures are on the rise in the nation's cities and suburbs, raising new concerns about a lethal drug that has long been the scourge of rural America.
(NAPSI)—While allocating the funds needed to rebuild or replace deficient bridges is a significant challenge for the nation, discovering new ways to do more for America’s bridge infrastructure with fewer resources is the challenge—and an opportunity-for those who design, engineer and build bridges. That’s especially true considering that more than one in four bridges in America is structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.