Two killed in Greenwood County crash The Kansas Highway Patrol reports a 2008 Scion XB was traveling east on U-400 when, for an unknown reason, it crossed the center line and hit a second vehicle, head-on at mile marker 343. The crash happened about 6:20 a.m. On its Facebook page, THE EUREKA ... 02/27/2017 - 8:47 am | View Link
2 killed, 2 hurt in Greenwood County crash The Kansas Highway Patrol reports a Jeep Liberty was heading east when it crossed the center line and hit ... old woman driving the Chevy also died at the scene. She was identified as Savanah Marie Sickler of Osawatomie. The driver of the semi was not ... 01/24/2017 - 11:48 pm | View Link
Two people killed in Greenwood County collision The Kansas Highway Patrol said 54-year-old Donald Allen Lank of Coffeyville and 19-year-old Savanah Marie Sickler of Osawatomie were killed in the crash ... and went into the westbound lanes, where he hit Sickler at about 8:50 p.m., the agency said. 01/24/2017 - 7:37 pm | View Link
Greenwood woman dies of injuries following crash with semi A Greenwood woman has died from injuries following a crash on the city’s south side. It happened on Jan. 20 around 8:30 a.m. on the ramp from northbound Interstate 65 to eastbound Interstate 465. Tamara Hacker, 51, was involved in a crash with a semi ... 01/23/2017 - 2:17 am | View Link
Woman on bike killed by box truck in Greenwood 37 when she was hit by the semi, which likely left the roadway, according to the release. The truck driver stayed at the scene with police and was not injured. Call IndyStar reporter Holly Hays at (317) 444-6156. Follow her on Twitter: @hollyvhays. 10/12/2016 - 5:43 am | View Link
WCMessenger.com | Category Archive | Breaking News A man and woman were injured in a single-vehicle wreck on Farm Road 51 north of Decatur Monday morning. Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Patrick Garcia said ... 03/24/2017 - 2:29 am | View Website
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Americans who benefited from President Barack Obama's health care law and were relieved when a Republican push to repeal it failed are facing a new set of anxieties as President Donald Trump vows to let the law "explode."
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President Trump is granting automakers "their top wish," said Bill Vlasic at The New York Times. While visiting Detroit last week, Trump pledged to reopen a government review of the strict fuel efficiency standards set by the Obama administration in 2012.
Surgeons have a new helper: a robot that's been "perfectly designed to drill tiny tunnels in your skull," said Rachel Feltman at Popular Science.
Each year, some 65,000 people with hearing difficulties receive cochlear implants, devices that transmit sound from an external microphone to the patient's auditory nerve. To install an implant, surgeons must drill "a 2.5-millimeter-wide tunnel through a chunk of skull surrounded by facial and taste nerves," a risky procedure that often results in patients losing some residual hearing.
To minimize accidental damage, researchers at Switzerland's University of Bern have developed a robotic surgical assistant that can drill with remarkable accuracy, straying as little as 0.4 mm off target during 99.7 percent of procedures.
The bot has assisted with four implant operations since last summer; with more fine-tuning, doctors say, it could potentially be used in brain surgery.