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A proposal that would eliminate anonymous complaints against police officers hit a snag Tuesday in the Kansas House when law enforcement leaders and the NAACP said the measure would erode the public's trust in police.
The leader of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis says he'll return to public ministry, after authorities announced they will decline to prosecute him over an allegation of inappropriate touching.
A Terrebonne Parish parade originally scheduled for Mardi Gras but canceled because of a winter storm may be rescheduled after Easter.
The University of Illinois hopes to have a new president selected by January, well ahead of the retirement of current President Robert Easter.
The merriment of Mardi Gras has ended and the solemn season of Lent has begun Wednesday.
During his general audience on Ash Wednesday, Pope Francis called Lent a moment of renewal which allows us to look at the needs of others with "new eyes," and to grow in love.
An art form more than 1,000 years old - which is still done in the same fashion today - will be taught in time for Easter.
The Vatican made public the schedule of Pope Francis' liturgical celebrations for March and April, including the list of Lenten and Easter activities over which he will preside.
University of Illinois Board of Trustees Chairman Christopher Kennedy and President Robert Easter say derogatory remarks directed by some Urbana-Champaign students at Chancellor Phyllis Wise were disgraceful.