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  • IDignity
    IDignity: Providing proper identification for those in need
    Proper identification is something we all need. There is not much we can do without some form of ID and usually, we need more than just one. It’s just something we don’t leave home without.For the homeless, obtaining proper...
  • Shoot it: 12 simple security steps to take with your smart phone
    Shoot it: 12 simple security steps to take with your smart phone
    Stop, thief! Not long ago, someone stole my purse, and I experienced firsthand the nightmare of essentially reconstructing my life on paper. This hassle and identity crisis, which happens to millions of people annually, taught me to prepare for...
  • diplomatic ID cards
    Mission Critical: U.S. Department of State ID Cards
    U.S. Department of State’s Office of Foreign Missions Issued CardsThe U.S. Department of State’s Office of Foreign Missions (OFM) issues several forms of identification to members of the diplomatic community, such as driver’s...
  • Know your local wildlife:  Ten Common Caterpillars
    Know your local wildlife: Ten Common Caterpillars
    With summer foliage at its peak and first frost date still seven weeks away, there are plenty of caterpillars to be found munching away at green leaves all over southwest Virginia.This list will give pictures and information on ten caterpillars...
  • prince andrew
    Prince Andrew stopped by Buckingham Palace guards, not recognized after break-in
    Prince Andrew was stopped and asked for identification by Buckingham Palace guards as he strolled the grounds Wednesday, just two days after two men were arrested for a break-in at the royal residence. Prince Andrew issued a statement Sunday...
  • Short Diagnostic Test Shows High Specificity for Autism
    Short Diagnostic Test Shows High Specificity for Autism
    According to unpublished research presented at the 2013 International Meeting for Autism Research in San Sebastián, Spain,a short screen combining a parent questionnaire and analysis of a five-minute home video can detect autism with more than 90...
  • crime scene tape
    Skeletal human remains found in Romulus woods
    What appear to be human remains were discovered Sunday evening in Romulus not far from the Detroit Metro Airport. Police have not yet established an identification or cause of death.A woman running with her dog found the remains at about 6:00 p.m....
  • Election Day is tomorrow
    RI voters reminded to bring indentification and to check voting site
    Tomorrow is Election Day. Rhode Islanders will be going out to the polls in droves to vote on a variety of issues and candidates for both state and national office. Voters should be aware Rhode Island has made several changes to the administration...
  • All pets should wear identification
    Free ID tags for pets
    Animal Care & Control in Fort Wayne has recently received a wonderful grant from The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The $12,700 grant will be used as part of the nationwide program ID ME, which provides free...
  • Shh listen and you shall hear the story weeds tell about the Georgia soil
    Shh listen and you shall hear the story weeds tell about the Georgia soil
    From the point of view from an unknowing human being starting to work in the garden or on their lawn for the first time, weeds are a source of extra work and demise. But mother nature she knows just what she is doing, and she is telling us an...
  • Raymond Jackson
    Southfield police identify body found on sidewalk
    A dead body found early Monday morning on a Southfield sidewalk has been identified as Raymond Jackson, 21, of Oak Park. The young man’s father made the ID.Southfield police got a call at about 1:50 AM yesterday of a body lying on a sidewalk...
  • UNIKOM
    Are your papers in order?
    The “Voter ID” law approved by 74% of Oklahoma voters on 2 November 2010 went into effect on 1 July 2011.Leah Jones of the Washita County Election Board stated, “This new law requires all registered voters to show proof of...
  • Department of Motor Vehicles
    Illegal aliens fight To keep driver’s licenses
    During the Bush Administration, several U.S. states either passed legislation allowing illegal aliens access to driver's licenses or were toying with the idea. However, with the current administration pushing de facto amnesty and other perks...
  • Adults with Asperger Syndrome
    Adults with Asperger Syndrome: A Lost Generation?
    The inclusion of Asperger’s Disorder (Asperger syndrome) in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and the International Classification of Diseases has produced a marked interest in the identification and treatment of this...
  • Road ID.com
    Cyclists and runners: Have identification on you when you are outside
    No athlete training outdoors wants to think about it, but the cold hard truth is that cyclists and runners are targets for motorists.Maybe more inadvertent than intentional, but cars versus cyclists or runner is a no win situation.On January 8,...