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Clovis three-sport student-athlete Julia Hardwick wins B’nai B’rith award

Three-sport athlete Julia Hardwick of Clovis High is the winner of the 69th B’nai B’rith scholar-athlete award. Hardwick and 15 other Fresno-area student-athletes were honored Monday. “Honestly ... read more

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‘The constant Memorial Day’

Capt. Drew Russell was killed in an insider attack in Afghanistan in 2011. He still brings his friends together. read more

Federal judge rules that North Carolina governor’s coronavirus restrictions violate religious expression

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Coronavirus latest: Germany enters recession due to pandemic

The Federal Stastics Office confirmed that the economy shrank by 2.2% compared to the previous quarter. Meanwhile, restrictions are being lifted furter across much of Europe and Japan. Follow DW for ... read more

Coronavirus local updates: Federal judge issues order allowing NC churches to hold services indoors

Channel 9 is committed to bringing you minute-by-minute updates on the coronavirus pandemic and how it is impacting our community. read more

Tech Is a Citadel. Del Seymour Built a Drawbridge.

A former drug dealer whose nonprofit helped transform the Tenderloin district joins the front lines of San Francisco’s coronavirus response. read more

Little Richard’s deep, slightly complicated Alabama roots

Well, Little Richard, at age 25, chucking rock stardom amid hits like "Long Tall Sally, “Lucille” and “Tutti Frutti” to attend Seventh-day Adventist school Oakwood College in 1957 is exactly that ... read more

Al Mohler, Southern Baptist leader, says he was ‘stupid’ to defend slavery in 1998 CNN interview

The Rev. Al Mohler, longtime Southern Baptist leader, repudiated past comments defending slavery, calling them ‘stupid,’ says he is ashamed of seminary title with a link to slaveholder. read more

Region's longest running black-produced radio show still goes on

FM radio show host Art Ware is proud that his Sunday 8 a.m. Gospel Hour is now in its 17th year, what he calls the Capital Region’s longest running radio show hosted and produced by an African ... read more

'All hell broke loose': Memories still vivid of Jackson State shooting 50 years ago

Phillip Gibbs and James Earl Green were killed and 12 were injured on May 15, 1970, when law enforcement opened fire at Jackson State. read more

Non-Traditional Seminary Students Are Changing the Church

According to the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), one-third of 2017 graduates planned to enter bivocational minis­try, with 57% of black ... local church can help provide for online ... read more

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