Stories

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    Wall Street Journal articles tell why college tuition rates are rising sharply, options for students, sample colleges.
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    Nevada Appeal (Carson City) finds a brothel owner offered to pay the salary of a sheriff's deputy and assured him he would be promoted to sergeant.
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    Nevada Appeal (Carson City) further investigates the shooting death of Argentine heavyweight boxer Oscar Bonavena and the court proceedings that followed, finding many facts not revealed during the court proceedings.
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    Insight magazine looks at the possible consequences of the government's release of comparative data on death rates at U.S. hospitals.
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    Omaha Sun Newspapers report on growing number of uninsured and unregulated industrial loan and investment companies.
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    Register-Guard (Eugene, Ore.) investigation discovers the county district attorney may have improperly used county funds to traverse the country speaking on marijuana reform.
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    Democrat and Chronicle (N.Y.) three-part series investigates the plight of migrant farm workers.
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    South Idaho Press (Burley) deals with prostitution in that city as a business and as part of a larger picture that includes gambling and drugs.
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    Wenatchee (Wash.) World tells about recreational land developers in north central Washington; describes layers of ownership alliances and power that make up a large recreational real estate empire; also discusses the legal and financial problems at one recreational place.
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    Asbury Park Press series is an all-encompassing look at drug abuse, from drugs in schools to drug tests in the workplace.