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Stomach bugs that sicken large numbers of children and adults all at once are a regular feature of school life, but help may be on the way.
A drummer for Grammy-winning bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs was found dead in the band's tour bus before a planned performance at Clemson University.
Many will soon flip over Ronald Reagan. Nearly 5,000 high school, college and NFL teams in all 50 states honor the 100th birthday of America's 40th president this weekend by tossing a Reagan commemorative coin to start their games.
Students who go to class every day may get more than just an education. To combat truancy, many school districts are offering iPods, laptops and even cars in exchange for perfect attendance.
At the height of what he calls his addiction, Ryan Van Cleave would stand in the grocery store checkout line with his milk and bread and baby food for his little girls and for a split second think he was living inside a video game.
As the Big 12 pushed to keep Texas A&M, the Southeastern Conference presidents were set to talk about bringing the Aggies on board.
Florida State University President Eric Barron said Saturday that he doesn't know how to make it any clearer: There have been no _ as in zero _ conversations between university officials with anyone about joining the Southeastern Conference.
Southeastern Conference presidents will meet Sunday to discuss Texas A&M's admission to the league, The New York Times is reporting.
Clemson University President James Barker said Saturday that the school is not changing leagues, despite reports the Tigers might head to the Southeastern Conference.