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Mary Keshishian

Digital Journalist based in Sandy, UT, United States. Joined on Jul 20, 2010

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Cambodia tackles heroin addiction

Phnom Penh - Cambodia has opened the country's first methadone-treatment programs/centers this Wednesday, in approach to help heroine users.

Bob Marley family loses copyright fight

An attempt for a lawsuit from the family of singer Bob Marley's has been thwarted by a judge in New York. The lawsuit was to obtain copyrights for some of Bob Marley's best-known recordings.

Former R&B singer Carlton 'King' Coleman dies at age 78

Miami - Former Rythym and Blues artist Carlton 'King' Coleman died Saturday morning, at age 78 from heart failure in Miami, Florida.

Ferrari recalls cars after fires

Rome - Ferrari's decision to recall all of 1,250 cars, made this year, worldwide after reports of a number of the luxury cars catching on fire.

370 illegal immigrants arrested in 10 states

Chicago - Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents have arrested 370 people over a three-day operation throughout the Midwest, the agency announced Friday.

Two infant skeletons found in old building

Los Angeles - Two infant skeletons have been found wrapped in newspaper in the basement of a 1920s building in Los Angeles, California.

Jazz singer Abbey Lincoln dead at 80

New York - Abbey Lincoln, a jazz vocalist, songwriter, actress and activist, died on Saturday at age 80 in New York City, August 24.

Teens lift car and save trapped toddler

Sandy - On Thursday, a little boy was trapped under a car after his mother's roommate accidentally ran him over in the driveway.

Christian woman stops Florida robbery with faith?

Pompano Beach - When a man tried to rob a Metro PCS cell phone store at gunpoint in Pompano Beach, Fla., store manager Nayara Goncalves, 20, calmly talked to the man about Jesus and her faith until the suspect left, empty-handed after thanking and apologizing the woman.

Snooki of 'Jersey Shore' arrested for disorderly conduct

Seaside Heights - "Jersey Shore" cast member Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi was arrested for disorderly conduct in the New Jersey beach town where the MTV show is based.

Boy, 4, fatally shoots three-year-old girl

Indianapolis - A four-year-old boy fatally shot a three-year-old girl at a home on Indianapolis' west side Thursday, leading police to arrest the girl's mother on child neglect and drug charges.

Infant boy dies in hospital from whooping cough

San Diego - A baby boy, who had been diagnosed with whooping cough, also known as pertussis, died at a San Diego hospital, becoming the first fatality from the disease in nearly a decade, county health officials said Thursday.

Tornado almost ruins wedding day

Jamestown - When guests see sight of a tornado, anything can happen. These newlyweds ran into some troubles when a tornado almost ruined this unforgettable celebration.

Police Find Corpses of 8 Newborns In French Home

Paris - A French couple was in custody on Wednesday, after police found the dead bodies of 8 newborn babies in a village near North France.

People often regard massage therapists as prostitutes Special

Salt Lake City - A large problem for massage therapists is the fact that at least 30 percent of people who schedule appointments for a massage end up trying to sexually harass the therapist.

Man With 'Butterfly Skin' Working Toward a Dream

Salt Lake City - A 24-year-old man has skin almost as fragile as butterfly wings, yet he's taken up a challenge most with this rare condition would never do. His dream is about who he really is, despite the risk.

Wyclef Jean for President?

Brooklyn - Haiti born rapper, Wyclef Jean, wanting to run president in Haiti. Jean has already submitted the necessary paperwork to enter the race. The election is on Nov. 28, 2010.

Man Sentenced To Death For Murdering An 11 Year Old Girl

Los Angeles - A man who sexually assaulted his girlfriend's 11-year-old daughter then killed her after she bit off part of his tongue was sentenced to death Friday for a second time.

Take a pill, pass the test? The growing problem in schools

Salt Lake City - A commonly discussed question wonders if a pill could help students get good grades, get into college and compete at the top, should they take it? The answer is "yes" for most college and even high school students in Utah.

Bret Michaels Detained for Marijuana on Tour Bus

Dekalb - Rocker Bret Michaels ran into trouble with the law Wednesday night in DeKalb, Indiana, when police found marijuana and another unidentified controlled substance on Michaels' two tour buses.
 

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