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11-year-old raises diabetes awareness with record-setting walk across America

11-year-old raises diabetes awareness with record-setting walk across America



2018-02-10T00:06:01+0000

Noah is on a mission to cure type 1 diabetes, a disease he was diagnosed with when he was one-year-old. GOOD JOB NOAH! http://bit.ly/2EsmQNd

A boy from Florida is attempting to set a record by being the youngest person to cross America on foot.



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12 minutes ago

Cleveland 19 News

Ohio classmates joining national walkout to protest gun laws, support Florida students ...

 

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You're on!!

A bunch of kids laughing and clearly don’t care why they’re out of school.

Good for them

Good job guys!

They have no clue about gun laws.

You go guys!

So these young men and women truly don’t care or understand what they are doing. They are just skipping class

It may take the Future..to do something.

This is the future? Unreal....

Before they can protest get theirr names and addresses. Do a search of their home for their parents guns .

these kids have no clue what a walk out is they just know they dont have to be in school right now

So proud!! The 17 and 18 years old students will register and will vote. They will make a difference!

Smh....so that going to stop it...good luck

Good for the ones who are out there for the right reasons. I can see some are just wanting to make sure they are seen!!

NEED METAL DECTORS IN ALL SCHOOLS AND SECURTIY POLICE PRESENCE ON CAMPUSES! THEY DO IT IN THE COURTHOUSES AND GIVE SECRET SERVICE PROTECTION TO OUR POLITICIANS, JUST NOT OUR CHILDREN IN SCHOOLS

I am sure this kids CLEARLY understand that kids their age are killing others in schools!

I just see a bunch of kids texting and taking selfies. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Glad my children are still in their schools learning

So Proud!! Atleast they are Trying

They are safer inside the school then outside. Just saying

You have to start somewhere.. Good Job

Great!! good job kids

they chose the wrong girl to talk....

Organizing a walk out? You walk out. Not much to organize..

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1 hour ago

Cleveland 19 News

Marcus Sanders, founder of the organization “Takes A Village,” is hosting a basketball tournament to support the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute for Autism. A few local and professional standouts will be taking part in the charity event taking place March 4. The public is invited. ...

Want the perfect opportunity for an O-H-I-O? Meet us in St. Louis! ...

Want the perfect opportunity for an O-H-I-O? Meet us in St. Louis!

 

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I have one somewhere, where we used the Washington Monument. As I’m sure thousands have done. Ha

I love it!

Love it!!!

Love IT!

Stephanie Joyce

On this day in 1866, Lucy Hobbs Taylor became the first woman to graduate from dental school.

Taylor was a teacher in Michigan for 10 years before deciding to pursue medicine. Because she was a woman, she was denied entry to various medical schools and denied entry to the Ohio College of Dental Surgery. The dean of that college agreed to offer her private study in the field and she took in sewing to pay for her lessons. She eventually opened her own dental office in 1861, a common practice at the time as very few dentists had degrees.
In November 1865 after serving patients for four years, she was admitted to the senior class of the Ohio College of Dental Surgery and graduated a year later.

She is recognized as a pioneer in opening the doors for women in dentistry. Each year the American Association of Women Dentists recognizes outstanding women in the profession by presenting the Lucy Hobbs Taylor Award.
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On this day in 1866, Lucy Hobbs Taylor became the first woman to graduate from dental school.

Taylor was a teacher in Michigan for 10 years before deciding to pursue medicine. Because she was a woman, she was denied entry to various medical schools and denied entry to the Ohio College of Dental Surgery. The dean of that college agreed to offer her private study in the field and she took in sewing to pay for her lessons. She eventually opened her own dental office in 1861, a common practice at the time as very few dentists had degrees.
In November 1865 after serving patients for four years, she was admitted to the senior class of the Ohio College of Dental Surgery and graduated a year later.

She is recognized as a pioneer in opening the doors for women in dentistry. Each year the American Association of Women Dentists  recognizes outstanding women in the profession by presenting the Lucy Hobbs Taylor Award.

Happy #LoveYourPetDay! 🐱🐶

Ever wonder why your furry friend acts a certain way? You can ask below. The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine animal behaviorist Meghan Herron will answer questions in the summer Ohio State Alumni Magazine. (Bonus points for pics/video!)
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Our dog, Luna, dives and rolls on certain grass lawns. It doesn’t seem to be driven by other dog or animal scents.

Mary Dylewski, didn't we know someone who went to Vet school ? Did she graduate?😳

Ginger is a true Buckeye !

Can't tell if he's barking "O-H-I-O" or doing a canine rendition of Script Ohio

21 hours ago

Cleveland Police

#Loveyourpetday Ok, not exactly pets, but close enough :) ...

#Loveyourpetday Ok, not exactly pets, but close enough :)

 

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Of course their pets. You feed, take care of, provide shelter and I would like to believe love them. So therefore their pets.

Is that Bella loving her job still?!

Love this! 💙❤

Awwwww how sweet

friends saying Hello and a warm day

wonderful pic love it

Aww

Precious

22 hours ago

Cleveland Police

FRAUD INVESTIGATION

The Cleveland Division of Police is currently investigating a complaint of possible fraud being conducted by the wife of a retired Cleveland Police Officer. The female is suspected of making fraudulent claims regarding her medical condition(s). She is also suspected to have solicited donations via social media with online campaigns. Investigators are still gathering evidence pertaining to the female’s medical records.

The Police Officer associated with the case retired as of February 7, 2018.

Area hospitals have issued statements to their employees and patients to be aware of her presence in order to ensure that their patients are safe. Charges have not been filed in this case. The investigation remains ongoing.

Investigators continue to work to identify victims of this fraud. Anyone who believes they have contributed to accounts on behalf of Dawn Brown, or anyone with information regarding this matter, is asked to contact the Division of Police at 216-623-5346 .
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FRAUD INVESTIGATION

The Cleveland Division of Police is currently investigating a complaint of possible fraud being conducted by the wife of a retired Cleveland Police Officer.  The female is suspected of making fraudulent claims regarding her medical condition(s).  She is also suspected to have solicited donations via social media with online campaigns. Investigators are still gathering evidence pertaining to the female’s medical records.
 
The Police Officer associated with the case retired as of February 7, 2018.
 
Area hospitals have issued statements to their employees and patients to be aware of her presence in order to ensure that their patients are safe.  Charges have not been filed in this case.  The investigation remains ongoing.

Investigators continue to work to identify victims of this fraud.  Anyone who believes they have contributed to accounts on behalf of Dawn Brown, or anyone with information regarding this matter,  is asked to contact the Division of Police at 216-623-5346 .

 

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Who are any of you to judge her looks?

Is that a pig or human?

Lord she needs help...

Let’s see how shallow we can be. Let’s show no concern for the people who may have lost money in this situation, or about this woman’s possible mental health issues. Yeah, let’s all focus on her appearance and pass judgement because we think she’s unattractive. What a pathetic less than human being you are to show so little concern and so much ugliness. From what I can see, none of those being so judgmental have won any contests for their beauty. I wish the people in this town would grow up and stop being so ignorant.

That was a officer's wife????geeze 😕woooweee

she just gets away with it because she so pretty!

None of you women on here bashing others for looks are exactly killing it in that department either. Are you 12? Get some new material

Jean Paris, a follow up

Sad a officer got caught up with this trash..and is now under investigation for her ignorance!!

LET HE WHO IS WITHOUT SIN THROW THE FIRST STONE!!!!!!

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I do not care about her looks ....but I do care about her taking advantage of others for their money or possessions claiming she has cancer other illnesses....and I will let jurors judge her properly with all the facts when she is caught and tried for her misdeeds.. she must have been a serious treat if the hospitals put up warning flyers to protect their employees and patients.... .so I consider myself warned ...so nothing to add to this....

YOU ALL KNOW CPD IS ROLLIN 😂😂😂😂😂😂 LET'S BE A LILLLLL GENTLE. BUT SHE DESERVES JAIL TIME...

Hope they arrest her soon.

It's an alien from Area 51 😂😂😂

Buzz your girlfriend! Woof!

Alana Lewis

Rachel Greenrod Meyer

Danielle Goscewski

Brandon Joffre

Book her danno

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24 hours ago

Cleveland Police

SUSPECT ID NEEDED

Police seek the public’s help to identify a male wanted for felonious assault. On January 31, 2018 at approximately 11am, the victim, who owns a jewelry store inside of the Asia Plaza at 2999 Payne Avenue, was approached from behind as he walked into the store. The male suspect then sprayed the victim with pepper spray and ran out of the store. The suspect is seen in the attached photos. Anyone with information regarding the identity of this male is asked to contact detectives at 216-623-5318. Anonymous information can be given to Crime Stoppers by calling 216-252-7463 or via text message: text TIP657 plus your message to Crimes (274637).
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SUSPECT ID NEEDED

Police seek the public’s help to identify a male wanted for felonious assault.  On January 31, 2018 at approximately 11am, the victim, who owns a jewelry store inside of the Asia Plaza at 2999 Payne Avenue, was approached from behind as he walked into the store.  The male suspect then sprayed the victim with pepper spray and ran out of the store.  The suspect is seen in the attached photos.  Anyone with information regarding the identity of this male is asked to contact detectives at 216-623-5318.  Anonymous information can be given to Crime Stoppers by calling 216-252-7463 or via text message: text TIP657 plus your message to Crimes (274637).Image attachment

 

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Thanks❤💙🚨🇺🇸🚔🚓. I got your picture on my cellphone desktop wanted album widget, playing in the background to remind me. I'll call 911 police if I find him.

LaVar Ball, is that you?

Looks like one of the guys that work out of the union hall across the street from there.

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James Goodman

On this day in 1962, John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth. Glenn entered orbit in the Friendship 7 capsule at 17,544 miles per hour. He circled the earth three times on a mission that lasted about five hours. While in orbit, Glenn radioed back to mission control, “Zero G and I feel fine.” But his flight hit a snag when the ship’s automatic control system failed and a sensor indicated a loose heat shield. The nation held its breath as Glenn expertly maneuvered the Friendship 7 back to earth and splashed down into the Atlantic Ocean, about 800 miles southeast of Bermuda.
After his return, Glenn was hailed as a hero and given a ticker tape parade in New York City.
You can learn more about the life of this American hero at the John and Annie Glenn Museum, our historic site in New Concord, Ohio.
bit.ly/2E4O6BP
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On this day in 1962, John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth. Glenn entered orbit in the Friendship 7 capsule at 17,544 miles per hour. He circled the earth three times on a mission that lasted about five hours. While in orbit, Glenn radioed back to mission control, “Zero G and I feel fine.” But his flight hit a snag when the ship’s automatic control system failed and a sensor indicated a loose heat shield. The nation held its breath as Glenn expertly maneuvered the Friendship 7 back to earth and splashed down into the Atlantic Ocean, about 800 miles southeast of Bermuda.
After his return, Glenn was hailed as a hero and given a ticker tape parade in New York City. 
You can learn more about the life of this American hero at the John and Annie Glenn Museum, our historic site in New Concord, Ohio.
http://bit.ly/2E4O6BP

 

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Isn’t is black history Month? Why aren’t you highlighting the amazing black women who made his flight possible?

I graduated and grew up in his home town. And watched them move his childhood home from where he grew up to its new location and make it a museum. When I was in 4 th grade I watched him go back into space and become the oldest man in space met him several times, very nice and smart man very proud of the history great place to live.

Well remember the day. I sat with a World Globe and followed as The TV was reporting it.

I remember this. It was my brother's birthday and we stayed home from school to watch it on TV. It turns out my Dad had some tiny part in the building of the capsule and couldn't tell anyone till it was over😳.

Watched it live from the Marine’s CO office, NAS Memphis

Remember this day well. Our sccoll did t own a tv. Hell we couldnt get a radio signal so the entire school (probably 900 to 1000 pupils in all 12 grades) walked about 2 miles to get high enough with about 15 transistor radios to listen. I also remember where i was at when JFK and Oswald were killed. Telling my age

I was fortunate to watch the launch... then, as radio reporter in Springfield, I interviewed him five times as he came through town campaigning for senate. Then the competing radio station reporter (who was my roommate)and I were sent to DC to cover the energy crisis. We went to his senate office and first thing out of his mouth was “I can’t believe you competing station reporters live together!” I then got to eat lunch with him years later at a Columbus event. A charmer! Love, Ann

This was Such a Big Deal back then!!!We got to watch it on tv in grade school!I was 8.

I remember this!!!

John Glenn. One of the last American heroes.

We were watching history, and we knew it...such bravery! 🚀

I remember watching with my dad.

Someone should make that into a poster!

Anna M. Pittman Lamontagne

What a very nice man

True hero

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Pictured here is American folk artist Elijah Pierce. Pierce was best known for his colorful panels and hand-carved figures illustrating biblical stories, African American history, politics, sports and pop culture.

The son of a former slave, Pierce was born in Mississippi in 1892 and like many other African Americans, migrated North to escape discrimination in the Jim Crow-era South. He settled in Columbus, Ohio in 1923, where he opened a barbershop on East Long Street. In between customers, Pierce would sit in his barber chair and carve, producing hundreds of pieces that he frequently gave away to friends or hung in his art gallery in an adjacent room. It wasn’t until 1971 when his talent was recognized nationally. Friends persuaded Pierce to exhibit his work at a senior citizens' art show. Soon after this show, Pierce’s work was displayed in art galleries in Philadelphia and New York, and in the Smithsonian Institution's Renwick Gallery, among others. His Columbus, Ohio shop is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. #BlackHistoryMonth
(Photo: Kojo Kamau)
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Pictured here is American folk artist Elijah Pierce. Pierce was best known for his colorful panels and hand-carved figures illustrating biblical stories, African American history, politics, sports and pop culture.

The son of a former slave, Pierce was born in Mississippi in 1892 and like many other African Americans, migrated North to escape discrimination in the Jim Crow-era South. He settled in Columbus, Ohio in 1923, where he opened a barbershop on East Long Street. In between customers, Pierce would sit in his barber chair and carve, producing hundreds of pieces that he frequently gave away to friends or hung in his art gallery in an adjacent room. It wasn’t until 1971 when his talent was recognized nationally. Friends persuaded Pierce to exhibit his work at a senior citizens art show. Soon after this show, Pierce’s work was displayed in art galleries in Philadelphia and New York, and in the Smithsonian Institutions Renwick Gallery, among others. His Columbus, Ohio shop is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  #BlackHistoryMonth
(Photo: Kojo Kamau)

 

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Yes on display in canton ohio right now! Amazing

He was a friend of my sister, an artist. I still remember his little studio on Long St.

Neat story ! Sounds like a very talented man !

Yes, I have seen his wonderful work. Columbus has a heart for him.

Class...... this is class at it’s best.

Will have to add this to our must see list!

Wow this is so cool, that's quite an accomplishment. I'm so glad to see his building has been preserved in a world that would prefer to just throw everything away.

My friend in grade school used to get his hair cut by him.

There is a large number of his pieces in the Columbus Museum of Art

Interesting

Susan Rado Daniels Some Columbus art history

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