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"The Silence," which airs on KCTS 9 at 9 p.m. on Tuesday (April 19), tells a powerful story of the suffering and recovery of an Alaska village where 80 percent of the children were abused by the clergy.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Salary cuts may bypass full-time faculty, so part-timers likely will bear the pain.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
A dingy strip lined with old warehouses was remade into a tree-lined boulevard with bike lanes and wide-open views. Of course, traffic is still at a standstill.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Chronic financial problems force the board to make a hard call, canceling the remainder of this season and taking time to regroup.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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