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‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1’ keeps fans in anticipation

Associated Press Fear and loathing, doom and gloom permeate nearly every minute of the beginning of the end of the behemoth boy-wizard series. The seventh film in the franchise, directed once again by David Yates (who previously helmed parts five and six, “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” ...

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Desperate housewife becomes desperate and single

Associated Press Less than four years after a storybook wedding in Paris, Eva Longoria filed court papers Wednesday, Nov. 17, to divorce basketball star Tony Parker, citing irreconcilable differences. Parker, a three-time NBA All-Star with the San Antonio Spurs, made no hint as to what caused the split between him ...

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Octomom’s doctor’s trial over; verdict

Associated Press Michael Kamrava sat quietly in a Los Angeles courtroom during closing hearings in his fight to keep his license and career as sparring attorneys sketched competing pictures of the fertility doctor. Kamrava’s poor decision-making is dangerous and his license must be revoked, state deputy attorney general Judith Alvarado ...

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The AMA’s catch a case of ‘Beiber Fever’

Associated Press The 16-year-old teen heartthrob went four-for-four during the American Music Awards on Sunday, Nov. 22, capturing every award he was nominated for, including the top award of the night, favorite artist. He beat a list that featured veterans Eminem and Usher, as well as Katy Perry and Lady ...

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Canceling class Wednesday before Thanksgiving would cost another day off

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer Many APSU students do not agree with or understand why the Wednesday, Nov. 24, before Thanksgiving, is not part of the break. Students feel having class on this day is not fair to the out-of-state students who may have to travel. It also poses ...

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Students help create Alzheimer’s multimedia kits

By KATHRYN RICHARDSON | Staff Writer Students involved with communications media relations took a trip to Nashville on Thursday, Nov. 18, to give presentations and developed an Alzheimer’s Memory Kit. Students presented information about living biography memory kits to Area Agencies on Aging and Disability (AAAD) and the mid-state chapter ...

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