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Special Reports

Special Reports

Gephardt Daily Special Reports

Healthy Baby Born At World Trade Center Train Station, First Since 9/11 Attacks

Healthy Baby Born At World Trade Center Train Station, First Since 9/11 Attacks

A woman who was on the way to the hospital to give birth early Tuesday got an early surprise when she instead delivered on the World Trade Center train platform.
University of Illinois Tops List as Nation's No.1 Party School

University of Illinois Tops List as Nation’s No.1 Party School

The Princeton Review published its annual Best Colleges guide, naming the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign the top party school in the nation.
Feces Contaminated Cilantro

Feces-Contaminated Cilantro Could Be Linked To Up To 384 Cases Of Cyclosporiasis

An outbreak of cyclosporiasis linked to feces-contaminated cilantro from Mexico may have caused up to 384 people to become ill this year, federal health officials said Tuesday.
FDA Approves First 3-D Printed Pill

FDA Approves First 3-D Printed Pill

The pill is an epilepsy medication designed to be easier for patients, specifically children, to swallow.
Town Manager Shared “Butt Crack” Photo

Fired Worker Says Town Manager Shared “Butt Crack” Photo

Johnny King, a former public workers supervisor in Chadbourn, said acting City Manager Patricia Garrell snapped a photo of his exposed "butt crack" and showed it to his whole department.