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Summer Science: Homemade strong bubbles recipe & uv light demonstration


Sylvan Heights Bird Park shows off new bird


Annual plant sale happening in Greenville this weekend


Dog House restaurant raises money for Children's Miracle Network


Luncheon highlights local women's contributions in health


Women's conference happening this weekend


Original children's play takes the stage at Turnage Theatre


Saving Graces: Blueberry


Stone Soup fundraiser benefits the hungry


Saving Graces for Felines: Kizzy


PirateFest returns to Greenville


Dancing with the Stars event benefits Greenville community center


Touch-A-Truck event returning to Greenville Saturday


Saving Graces for Felines: Samantha recovering from surgery, ready for adoption Tuesday


Pageant organizers working to reinstate scholarship


ECU hosts Research and Creative Achievement week


J.H. Rose high school students present "Freaky Friday"


Science for Spring: At-home experiments for kids


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“He taught us that nothing was impossible,” said the daughter of mountaineer Don Cash, who died while descending from the summit of Mount Everest.

Buffalo Wild Wings former cook claims racial discrimination against him and black customers

The suit said the cook saw the management allow servers to deny service to African Americans "or provide them with subpar service."

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“You can be gay and a Republican ... you need to trust that people will love you for who you really are,” Utah County Commissioner Nathan Ivie said.

'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh released from prison after 17 years

Lindh, who U.S. officials say could still be a potentially violent extremist, will be under strict probation terms for three years.