It is hard not to cry when you watch this video

Van Jones writes that the first aspects of the First Step Act to take effect show the profound impact of the law’s provisions — but also illustrate the long road ahead toward full criminal justice reform.”This video was shared thousands of times, in part because we all need a bit of good news these days. Yet there is some even better news to go with it: The story behind this video was being repeated in thousands of different versions across the country.”

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Author: – CNN Opinion


AP: Study Finds Millions should stop taking aspirin for heart health – News & Guts Media

Aspirin is now only recommended for those who have suffered a heart attack, heart disease or a stroke. This study finds healthy people should forego taking aspirin daily unless a doctor recommends they do so.It turns out taking an aspirin a day isn’t a good idea for everyone.

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Author: – News And Guts

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US National Weather Service Northern Indiana

Another comfortable day is in store for the area with highs a few degrees warmer than yesterday, topping out in the mid 70s to possibly near 80. A small chance for a shower exists late this morning into this afternoon across NE Indiana into NW Ohio. Also, while conditions have improved dramatically, a moderate swim risk still exists along the shores of southeastern Lake Michigan, especially this morning. Make sure to observe any signage and flags at area beaches.

Author: – US National Weather Service Northern Indiana

City: founded on february 9, 1870

Ogden-themed merchandise is a ‘badge of honor’ for residents

OGDEN — He didn’t want to put words in anyone’s mouth, but Andy Blodgett said people who don’t live in Ogden usually don’t hold the city in very high regard.Do you own an Ogden-themed merch?

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Author: – Standard-Examiner

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Top House Democrat says Mueller testimony will be ‘deadly serious’

“These are very serious allegations, this is very serious misconduct, and for most people it will be, really, the first time they hear about the contents of the report.”

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Author: – ABC News Politics


Coal Bankruptcy Ruling Could Mean $30M Hit to Wyoming County

Local officials say Campbell County alone could be owed $30 million or more.A Wyoming county could lose out on over $30 million in mineral production taxes owed by a bankrupt coal company following a decision by a judge.

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Author: – Laramie Live

City: opened on january 1, 2011