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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Theresa
Doug McDermott says he's confident he's got what it takes to be a first-round pick in the NBA draft.
A once wealthy and politically connected Delaware attorney serving life in prison for killing his mistress who worked in the governor's office has been found dead in his prison cell.
Victor Pauca will have plenty of presents to unwrap on Christmas, but the 5-year-old Winston-Salem boy has already received the best gift he'll get this year: the ability to communicate.
"It opens up his mind to us, because he can show us what he's thinking," said Victor's mother, Theresa.