American Idol's Josh Gracin sparks death rumors with cryptic Facebook post

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MEMPHIS, Aug. 15 (UPI) --"American Idol" alum Josh Gracin is being held on a 5150 psychiatric hold after the singer shared an alarming post on Facebook believed to be a suicide note.
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BOSTON, Aug. 20 (UPI) -- New England baseball great Carl Yastrzemski rested in a Boston hospital Wednesday after undergoing emergency triple-bypass surgery.

Chicago Tribune editor stepping down

CHICAGO, July 14 (UPI) -- Chicago Tribune Editor Ann Marie Lipinski and Los Angeles Times Publisher David Hiller resigned Monday in advance of coming Tribune Co. layoffs.

Analysis: NATO begins pandemic monitoring

WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 (UPI) -- NATO recently became the first military agency to sign up for the Global Public Health Intelligence Network.
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Woman charged for seeking assassins

ALGOMA TOWNSHIP, Mich., Jan. 27 (UPI) -- A Michigan woman has been charged with advertising for a hitman to kill a California woman on the Web site craigslist.com.

Doctorow wins Chicago Trib literary prize

CHICAGO, Sept. 11 (UPI) -- Author E.L. Doctorow has been named the recipient of the 2007 Chicago Tribune Literary Prize for lifetime achievement.

Chi Tribune, LA Times to run Page One ads

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Drunk driver ties Wash. state record

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FDA updates claim on calcium, osteoporosis

WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UPI) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed an amended health claim on value of foods rich in calcium and vitamin D in reducing osteoporosis risk.

Miami may 'tent' school invested with rats

MIAMI, Oct. 28 (UPI) -- The Miami-Dade school district may tent an elementary school infested with rats if it is not able to kill them with traps, Florida officials say.

U.S. reporter jailed in Sudan

ALBUQUERQUE, Sept. 8 (UPI) -- New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said he is optimistic he'll be able to secure the release of a Chicago Tribune correspondent jailed in Sudan.

Oates wins Chicago Tribune Literary Prize

CHICAGO, Aug. 30 (UPI) -- Author Joyce Carol Oates has been selected this year's winner of the Chicago Tribune Literary Prize for lifetime achievement.

House offered free for the moving

HIGHLAND PARK, Texas, June 3 (UPI) -- A Texas family is offering its 2,000-square-foot house free to anyone willing to move it to another lot.

Ex-N.Y. Times editor A.M. Rosenthal dies

NEW YORK, May 11 (UPI) -- Pulitzer Prize winning foreign correspondent and former New York Times editor A. M. Rosenthal has died in New York at the age of 84 following a stroke.

Woman loses cancer-fighting drug battle

LONDON, Feb. 15 (UPI) -- A British judge Wednesday rejected a woman's request that she be provided the drug Herceptin to keep aggressive breast cancer from returning, reports said.
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Ann Marie
Filmmaker Anne Marie Fleming (L) and Actress/producer Christine Haebler attend a silent auction fundraiser benefiting Vancouver's Pacific Cinematheque (theater) and non-profit society at the Canvas Gallery in Vancouver, British Columbia, October 23, 2008. Ann Marie is the great-granddaughter of legendary magician, acrobat and vaudeville performer Long Tack Sam. (UPI Photo/Heinz Ruckemann)

Ann Marie Calabria (born 31 October 1947) is an American jurist, currently a judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals.

Born in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, Calabria studied at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where she earned a B.A., then at Campbell University's Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, where she earned a J.D. in 1983. After spending about a decade in private sole practice as well as a brief stint with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Calabria became a Wake County District Court judge in 1996, and won election to the North Carolina Court of Appeals in 2002. She is married and has three children.

Judge Calabria was an unsuccessful candidate for the North Carolina Supreme Court in 2006.

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