San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford (35) throws to first for an out on a grounder hit by Chicago Cubs' Jason Heyward (22) in the fourth inning at AT&T Park in San Francisco, Calif., on Tuesday, July 10, 2018. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford (35) hits the game winning home run to make the score 1-0 against the Colorado Rockies in the ninth inning at AT&T Park in San Francisco, Calif., on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford (35) fields a ground ball hit by St. Louis Cardinals' Harrison Bader (48) and than makes the throw to first base for the out in the fifth inning of a MLB game at AT&T Park in San Francisco, Calif., on Friday, July 6, 2018. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group) San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford (35) makes the play to first base during the eighth inning of their MLB game against the … [Read more...] about Brandon Crawford is the Giants’ best shortstop since …
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Sarah Crawford Shreveport Times Published 8:33 p.m. UTC Jun 22, 2018 Researchers are excited about a treatment that could potentially improve the viability of organs for patients in need of a transplant. Marine pharmaceutical “Bryostatin-1” is the key to a “Transplantation Therapies” patent recently granted to the LSU Health Shreveport Department of Molecular & Cellular Physiology and commercial partner Aphios Corporation. The goal is for the drug to be used as an additive to organ transport and storage solutions, helping organs survive longer so they can successfully be used for transplants. "The approach is nothing less than revolutionary, and before very long we hope that it will be widely used as a main transplant solution,” said J. Steven Alexander, a professor of molecular and cellular physiology at LSU Health Shreveport. Bryostatin is derived from Bugula neritina, a sea moss that grows in the ocean off the coast of … [Read more...] about ‘Revolutionary’ patent for organ transplants granted to LSU Health Shreveport
GRANT CALLEN Earlier this week, columnist Bill Crawford penned a piece arguing that school choice proposals authored in recent legislative sessions are not conservative because they represent a “new entitlement.” Instead, Crawford favors publicly funded Pre-K as the best fix for Mississippi’s education woes. Here’s why he’s wrong. To be a new entitlement the Legislature would have to appropriate more money for school choice than it already does for K-12 education. Yet school choice does not require more money – it simply proposes that taxpayers get more bang for their buck with existing funds. Choice proposals transfer decision-making power to parents and subscribe to the conservative principle that people closest to a problem are the best people to fix it. Many happily choose traditional public schools, but that choice is largely reserved for those who can afford it. Low-income families who lack the resources to move to neighborhoods with … [Read more...] about GRANT CALLEN — School choice is not a new entitlement. But Pre-K is.
Sunday May 6, 2018 09:57 AM The Enid News & Eagle and The Journal Record in Oklahoma City have won the general excellence categories in the 2017 Associated Press-Oklahoma News Executives contest Written by The Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Enid News & Eagle and The Journal Record in Oklahoma City have won the general excellence categories in the 2017 Associated Press-Oklahoma News Executives contest. The best new journalist of the year was Jordan Bishop of the Stillwater News Press.The winners were announced Friday.The Stillwater newspaper took second place in the general excellence category for medium-sized newspapers, while the Norman Transcript was third. Among smaller newspapers, the Tahlequah Daily Press finished second and the Altus Times was third.There was no competition among larger newspapers in this year's round of judging.TODAY'S SPONSOR:A list of winners can be found at http://discover.ap.org/contests/oklahoma-newspaper___The entire list … [Read more...] about Enid, Journal Record win general excellence nod from AP-ONE
CROWN POINT — A criminal court judge reduced bond Monday morning for Kristen Gober, the 33-year-old mother charged in her children's deaths last week in a fire at a Gary apartment complex.Judge Diane Boswell lowered the defendant's surety bond Monday to $125,000 from $200,000.Gober is charged in Lake Criminal Court with three counts of neglect of a dependent and marijuana possession on allegations she left her children unattended in her apartment complex March 25 at Lakeshore Dunes Apartments Complex, 5820 Forest Court.The children allegedly started a fire on the apartment's stove, which spread quickly. Kailani Gober, 2, and Khristopher Gober, 4, died of smoke inhalation as a result of the fire. The fire also displaced dozens of residents of the multistoried apartment complex.Gober was charged Tuesday and initially jailed without bond on the charges. Her surety bond was reduced to $200,000 at an initial hearing Thursday at Lake County Jail.Boswell entered not guilty pleas to the … [Read more...] about Mother, 32, granted 2nd bond reduction in children’s deaths in Gary fire