University of California Sued by Former Football Player for Medical Malpractice

Bernard Hicks played safety for the University of California football team from 2004 to 2008. According to a lawsuit filed earlier this month and reported by the Los Angeles Times, Hicks is now seeking restitution from the school in regards to a medical malpractice claim. Hicks and his medical malpractice lawyer, Matthew Whibley, are arguing […]

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Rest in Space? Space Company Says Lunar Burial is a Go for Launch

For almost two decades, it’s been possible to send your remains into outer space, where they circle the planet in low-Earth orbit. In some cases, they eventually return to the atmosphere, returning to the Earth as a “shooting star.” But this August, two companies are making international headlines to take it one step further and […]

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Governor Cuomo’s New App Brings the New York State Fair Into the 21st Century

The annual New York State Fair is in full swing, offering concerts, rides, baby farm animals, and of course all the sugar-laden and/or deep-fried food you can shake a stick at. This year, attendees also have a way to see the itineraries, purchase tickets, and obtain any other pressing information, all from one convenient application […]

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Officials Seek To Fund New Handicap-Accessible Beach Park

Town leaders in the Carolina Beach area have been looking into ways to make the beach more accessible for handicapped citizens. They are currently considering adding a mini-park for those with handicap disabilities, including an access point for those who need a wheelchair. In a meeting held on September 1st, officials talked about turning a […]

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