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FDA recommends all blood donations be screened for Zika

The Food and Drug Administration wants all U.S. blood banks to start screening for Zika virus, a major expansion intended to protect the nation's blood supply from the mosquito-borne disease.

Central High students who live in the area of West Indian Creek Drive north of Patterson Road and ride Bus 59 or Bus 102 will not be dropped off today, Aug. 26.

During the station's newscast Friday morning, they held a moment of silence to honor the journalists who were killed one year ago.

As prescription drug prices continue to climb, some older Americans appear to be seeking an alternative to mainstream medicine, medical marijuana.

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WWII Navy veteran still serving community by picking up trash

Apple issues global iPhone security update

School District-51 now offers biliteracy certificate

Horizon Drive construction comes to a close

New tech saving lives at Delta hospital

Mylan boosts Epipen patient programs, doesn't budge on price

Man playing Pokemon GO totals SUV in university parking lot

Students sweat it out on buses with no AC

US warship fires warning shots at Iranian boats

Firefighters planning prescribed burns for Garfield, Eagle counties

Up With People teaches Crispin how to dance

Colorado to vote on restoring presidential primaries

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