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Hand crafted on 3-D printer may open doors for Denver girl

- Associated Press

She dreamed about this moment. But when she woke up, she couldn't be sure if it was anything more than a dream, until she got to school and her principal assured her that, yes, she would indeed be getting a new right hand.

Stained-glass windows in Foxfield evoke presence of angels

- Associated Press

This Christmas, for the first time, parishioners at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Parish can gaze up at a host of angels in all their fiery brilliance. The church's new stained-glass windows, vibrant as jewels, illuminate the nine choirs of angels.

Miracle baby survives against odds

- Associated Press

On Sept. 20, 2007, Charity Thompson-Clark went into labor 26 weeks into her pregnancy. After an emergency Caesarean section, she became the mother of twin girls, Jayda and Jordan.

Portland settles excessive force claim

Associated Press

The city of Portland has agreed to pay $80,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a man who alleged a police officer used excessive force because he was not trained to deal with people experiencing a mental health crisis.

Indiana man's business specializes in guitar gear

- Associated Press

In a grungy basement on the Southeast Side of Evansville, a man, his wife and friends work together building and repairing guitar amps, pedals and pickups.

Obama personal chef to hang up apron after 6 years

- Associated Press

Political advisers, chiefs of staff, press secretaries and national security advisers have come and gone in the nearly six years Barack Obama has been president. Now, the White House chef is also waving goodbye.

Schools seek streamlined distance learning process

- Associated Press

Southern New Hampshire University has become one of the largest nonprofit providers of online degrees in the country, thanks in part to a staffer dedicated to seeking program approval from other states and to the half a million dollars a year it pays those states. So New Hampshire's recent decision to join an effort to streamline that process came as welcome news to the university's president.

Connecticut moviegoers line up for 'The Interview'

Associated Press

A Hartford theater has been doing brisk business as moviegoers lined up to watch "The Interview," dismissing North Korean outrage and the response by Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Groups contest use of helicopters to manage sheep

- Associated Press

Helicopters could be landing more frequently in central Arizona wilderness areas if a plan to manage bighorn sheep survives a challenge by conservationists.