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WHIO-TV, ODE… Ratings, Performance Statistics for Local Districts
These are the ratings, performance index (PI) scores and poverty levels noted by the Ohio Department of Education for the more than 400 schools in our nine-county Miami Valley region, per the preliminary data from the 2011-12 Ohio Report Cards. The performance index score reflects the achievement of every student enrolled for the academic year for schools serving third through eighth grade or 10th through 12th grade. The report card rating is based... read more.
Dayton Business Journal… Companies, colleges partner to create 3,500 internships
Thursday, December 13, 2012 - Dayton-area colleges are being awarded more than $2 million as part of an Ohio investment toward creating more co-ops and internships. In total, the state is spending $11 million on the program, along with matching funds from Ohio employers such as Honda Motor Co., Procter & Gamble Co., Owens Corning and First Energy. The grants are part of Gov. John Kasich's workforce development strategies to... read more.
County News Online… All snow advisories and emergencies cancelled
Also, DBJ: Heavy snow, wind weigh on Dayton region, plus a WHIO-TV video At 10:45 a.m. Thursday, Sheriff Toby Spencer brought Darke County back to a Level 1 snow advisory. At 1:45 p.m. all snow advisories and emergencies were cancelled. “Some secondary roadways remain snow and ice covered; extra caution should be exercised while driving.” The county had been moved to a Modified Level 3 at 6 a.m., then Level 2 at 8 a.m. ... read more.
Darke County Sheriff’s Office… Level Three Snow Emergency Issued
Eight to 10 inches of snow Wednesday was predicted for the Darke County area late afternoon Tuesday. Due to expected high winds, a Blizzard Watch had been issued by the National Weather Service. About mid-day on Wednesday, a Level Three Snow Emergency was issued by Darke County Sheriff Toby Spencer. High winds had started Tuesday night and were responsible for blowing snow that made roads all but impassible.... read more.
Dayton Business Journal… Top 15 most-popular social media sites, by Olivia Barrow
Monday, December 17, 2012 - Getting plugged in to social media is the next biggest thing for advertisers, but with so many social networks out there, which do you choose? With 750 million unique monthly visitors, Facebook ranks far and away as the most popular social networking site, according to an eBizMBA ranking in December. But don’t forget about Twitter, with 250 million visitors, and LinkedIn... read more.
Treasurer Josh Mandel… Impending TAG expiration requires new investment options
COLUMBUS - Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel sent notice to local government finance officers today that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's (FDIC) Transaction Account Guarantee (TAG) Program is currently set to expire on December 31, 2012. The TAG program was created in 2008 in response to the global financial crisis, and provides an uncapped federal guarantee on funds held at FDIC-insured depository institutions in noninterest-bearing transaction accounts... read more.
Silicon Valley Journal… John McAfee on drugs, guns and money, by Cromwell Schubarth
Friday, December 14, 2012 - Software mogul John McAfee is on the run again in Miami, but this time it's his mouth not his feet doing the work. In a wild interview on CNBC's Squawk Box, the 67-year-old who is wanted for questioning in connection to a murder in Belize, talked about drugs, guns and money, as well as his weeks in hiding. Here are some of the highlights: — On money: "Any idiot can make... read more.
Rasmussen… What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls
Saturday, December 22, 2012 - ‘Twas the week before Christmas, and the question remains: Will taxes go up, or will they stay just the same? Voter confidence is fading that Congress and the president will reach a deal to avoid the December 31 “fiscal cliff” of big tax hikes and automatic across-the-board spending cuts. But voters still see President Obama as more willing than congressional Republicans... read more.
Ohio Department of Transportation… Mild Winter Leaves Motorists Out of Practice
ODOT’s best advice when driving in winter conditions: Ice & Snow, Take It Slow - COLUMBUS (Thursday, December 20, 2012) – As Ohioans get ready to drive in the first possible winter storm this season, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) warns motorists in Ice and Snow, Take It Slow, especially on interstates and state-maintained highways where speeds are faster and traffic volumes are higher. Research shows by the time the first winter storm hits, most motorists have forgotten their safe... read more.
Columbus Dispatch… Armed staffer may be option for schools, DeWine says
Ohio’s top law-enforcement officer says schools should consider arming “someone” in their building to defend students against a gunman. Stressing that it is a decision to be made by local school districts, Attorney General Mike DeWine said that “if I was on a school board ... I would seriously consider having someone in that school, who may be an ex-police officer, someone who has significant training, someone who had access to a gun in school.” “But you would have to be very careful about it... read more.
Father arrested, charged in child abuse case
On Friday, December 21, 2012 at 10:35 pm, Cody Cantrell, age 21, was arrested at his residence, 740 Greenville Nashville Rd., Greenville, OH by Darke County Sheriffs Office on a warrant for felonious assault and child abuse, both felonies of the second degree.  A summons has been issued to Chelsea Hartman, age 20, of Greenville, for child abuse, felony of the third degree. The case was initiated on November 28, 2012 when a two week old... read more.
USA Today… World does not end, Mayan enthusiasts enjoy the day, David Agren
The last day of the Maya calendar came Friday, but nothing really bad happened as some claimed it would. Mexico tourism officials were thankful for the business. ISLA MUJERES, Mexico — Alfredo Izquierdo dressed in white and stood on the cliffs of this island near Cancún, where Mayan women would come for fertility rituals centuries ago. He came to the most easterly point in Mexican territory to... read more.
Darke County Sheriff’s Office… Two Arrested in Burglary in Process
On Thursday, December 20th, 2012 at approximately 2:35 PM, Darke County Sheriffs Deputies responded to 165 South Main Street in Palestine, OH on a report of a burglary in progress. Witnesses to the crime informed authorities that the door to the residence had been kicked in and Christmas presents were being taken. The witnesses took photographs of the suspects and provided... read more.
WHIO-TV Video… Timeline: Winter weather arrives in region
SOUTHWEST OHIO — The Southwest Ohio and Eastern Indiana regions are under a Winter Weather Advisory through 10 p.m. Friday. The area is under a wind advisory through 4 p.m. Friday. The following is a timeline of weather events as they are reported to and by Storm Center 7. 5:12 a.m.: Dayton Power and Light is reported 233 customers without power in Montgomery County, 19 outages in... read more.
Upstart Business Journal… Obama: 'Time' person of the year (and leader of an awesome geek squad)
by J. Jennings Moss, Editor - December 19, 2012 - “You do understand that as President of the United States, the amount of power you have is overstated in some ways,” Obama tells Time magazine. “But what you do have the capacity to do is to set a direction.” If there's a message for entrepreneurs and startup founders from Time magazine's selection of President Barack Obama as its Person of the Year for 2012, it's this: Surround yourself with geeks. The magazine spills considerable ink talking about... read more.
Columbus Dispatch… Blame Game back in Cliff talks, By Lisa Mascaro and Melanie Mason
Wednesday December 12, 2012 - WASHINGTON — Optimism surrounding secretive high-level budget talks faded quickly yesterday amid a fresh round of partisan finger-pointing, reducing the chances of resolving the fiscal standoff by Christmas. House Speaker John Boehner of West Chester spoke to President Barack Obama by phone late in the evening after presenting a GOP counteroffer. Republicans, meanwhile, showed further signs of political division. Top members of the party... read more.
State Senator Bill Beagle… Third Frontier Funding available for Dayton Area Tech Start-Ups
$4 Million Approved for Region’s Entrepreneurial Signature Program - COLUMBUS – State Senator Bill Beagle (R–Tipp City) today announced Controlling Board has approved $4 million from the Ohio Third Frontier Program to Dayton-based Development Projects, Inc. (DPI) to advance the Entrepreneurial Signature Program in West Central Ohio. “The Entrepreneurial Signature Program provides local technology... read more.
The Hill… Report: Boehner proposes tax hike for nation's millionaires, By Kyle Balluck
12/15/12 - Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has offered to raise the top tax rate for earners making more than $1 million, a source told the Associated Press. The development in the fiscal talks comes amid pessimism the Speaker and President Obama can hammer out a deal before Christmas. The source said Obama has not accepted the offer, according to the Associated Press, which added that Boehner is still seeking more spending cuts than... read more.
Upstart Business Journal… Can pot businesses stop holding their breath? by Teresa Novellino
December 14, 2012 - President Barack Obama says federal authorities should not make it a “top priority” to step in and assert federal law in the states of Colorado and Washington, both of which legalized marijuana for recreational use. “We’ve got bigger fish to fry,” Obama told ABC News’ Barbara Walters in an interview that airs in full tonight on 20/20. "It would not make sense for us to... read more.
The Hill… Reports: Obama to nominate Kerry for secretary of State, By Kyle Balluck
12/15/12 - President Obama has decided to nominate Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) as the next secretary of State, according to news reports. An unidentified source told CNN that a formal announcement could come as early as next week. ABC News, quoting unidentified sources, said news, including the mass shooting at a school in Newtown, Connecticut, had delayed the announcement. Kerry emerged as the favorite to succeed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton when U.N. Ambassador Susan... read more.
Rasmussen… Bigger government is better; What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls
Saturday, December 15, 2012 - Since Election Day, the number of voters who like the idea of bigger government is up, but most still have the opposite view. One-in-three Likely U.S. Voters (34%) now prefer a larger government with more services and higher taxes to one with fewer services and lower taxes. That's the highest level of support for bigger government we have ever measured. Most voters (56%), however, still favor smaller... read more.
Newark Advocate… Consequences of the fiscal cliff, Written by Congressman Pat Tiberi
Dec 11, 2012 - Nearly everywhere you turn headlines give updates on the “looming fiscal cliff” and give dire warnings about what would happen if a compromise isn’t reached. But there’s a lot of confusion about what exactly the fiscal cliff is and what the consequences are if the country reaches it. The fiscal cliff is a combination of nearly $600 billion in tax hikes and indiscriminate spending cuts set to take effect on Jan. 2. The Congressional Budget Office predicts that if the nation goes “over” the... read more.
Toledo Blade… Mich. Gov. Snyder signs into law right-to-work bills limiting unions, By Tyrel Linkhorn
Union members, supporters crowd Capitol - LANSING —Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed right-to-work legislation, dealing a devastating and once-unthinkable defeat to organized labor in a state that has been a cradle of the movement for generations. He put his signatures on the bills today, hours after the state House passed the measures. Mr. Snyder says a failed ballot proposal to enshrine collective bargaining rights in the constitution triggered the discussion that led to the passage... read more.
WHIO-TV… Locals, schools react to elementary shooting, By Jill Kelley
The shooting at a Connecticut elementary school Friday that killed dozens of people, including at least 20 children, has prompted questions about the security measures in place at Dayton-area schools. “It puts everyone on hyper-vigilance; it is human nature,” said Jill Moberley, Dayton Public Schools spokeswoman, of the shooting’s relation to Dayton. “We want to assure parents that Dayton Public Schools has a districtwide security... read more.
Reaction to the Ohio Transportation Plan
Ohio Trucking Association - COLUMBUS, OHIO, DECEMBER 13, 2012 -- Of all the possible scenarios regarding the future of the Ohio Turnpike that have been put forth in the past year, the Ohio Trucking Association (OTA) believes Governor Kasich has chosen the best one for all travelers in the state. "I'm gratified that as a trade association representing a major user of the turnpike, we have had many opportunities to voice our concerns with the Ohio Turnpike Commission, ODOT, KPMG, and... read more.
Columbus Dispatch… Ohio Turnpike to stay public, By Joe Vardon
Ohio gets piece of national $42.9 million Pfizer settlement - December 12, 2012 - Gov. John Kasich will not try to lease the Ohio Turnpike to a private entity and instead try to generate cash for state infrastructure projects while keeping the 241-mile toll road as a public asset, according to several lawmakers briefed on the administration’s plans. The state could leverage the turnpike by issuing new debt against it or redirecting toll revenue toward projects away from the turnpike. Kasich would need a... read more.
Tragedy In Connecticut: 20 Children, 6 Adults Killed At Elementary School
By Mark Memmott - NPR, Obama, Boehner - December 14, 2012 - NPR Special Coverage Of The Conn. School Shooting The nation is watching in horror today as the scope of a tragedy in Newtown, Conn., becomes clear. As a visibly upset President Obama said at midafternoon, "our hearts are broken." At Newtown's Sandy Hook Elementary School, authorities say, a gunman fatally... read more.
Cincinnati Enquirer… The case against tolls: Does it hold up?, By Jason Williams
Dec 12, 2012 - The governors of Ohio and Kentucky are scheduled to sign an agreement today in Covington that will map out how to pay for a $2.5 billion Brent Spence Bridge replacement. U.S. transportation secretary Ray LaHood is scheduled to join Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear in urging the project forward. Both governors favor charging tolls as a way to raise revenue and fast-track construction. Not everyone agrees. In recent weeks, local lawyer and conservative talk-radio... read more.
Ohio Dept. of Transportation... Ohio Launches ‘Jobs and Transportation Plan’
Ohio Turnpike will not be leased; Commission remains public, independent; Tolls remain low
COLUMBUS (Thursday, December 13, 2012) – Governor John R. Kasich embarked on a two-day state tour as he, Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) Director Jerry Wray, Ohio Turnpike Director Rick Hodges and others unveil a first-of-its-kind plan to generate approximately $3 billion for highway road construction... read more.
Cincinnati Enquirer… Husted: Feds should pay for new voting machines, By Barry M. Horstman
Dec 10, 2012 - WASHINGTON — Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said Monday there is one major thing the federal government could do to help improve elections in Ohio: give the state the tens of millions of dollars it needs to upgrade or replace its aging voting machines. “Our machines are old – they’re wearing out,” Husted told a conference on the 2012 election sponsored by the Pew Center on the States. “We can’t run an ... election system on the cheap.” Like most states, Ohio in the mid... read more.
Census Countdown Begins for America’s Farmers and Ranchers
Washington, December 10, 2012 –America’s farmers and ranchers will soon have the opportunity to make a positive impact on their communities by taking part in the 2012 Census of Agriculture. Conducted every five years by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), the Census is a complete count of all U.S. farms, ranches and those who operate them... read more.
Attorney General Mike DeWine … AG asks for assistance regarding business pursuit route
(CLEVELAND, Ohio) - Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is asking for assistance from Cleveland-area business owners to help investigators piece together the police pursuit that ended in an officers-involved shooting incident late last month. Two people died. Agents with the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) have collected several surveillance videos from businesses located along the chase route, and they are hoping to find more. "We want to make sure this investigation is as thorough as possible,"... read more.
Warning to Homeowners… Beware of companies offering valuation appeals assistance
Darke County Auditor, Carol Ginn, and Sheriff Toby Spencer are warning property owners to beware of companies offering to assist with valuation appeals. Tax Compliance Services, LLC of Cleveland has mailed letters to area residents saying they could be overpaying their taxes because “the County” value of their property might be in error. Ginn said owners can do the research on their own and can file an appeal for no charge with the Board of Revision (BOR). “We often advise homeowners to contact... read more.
The Hill… White House could protect middle class from tax hikes if deficit talks falter
By Peter Schroeder and Bernie Becker - 12/09/12 - The White House has the power to temporarily protect taxpayers from middle-class tax hikes even as upper income rates rise if Congress does nothing and all of the Bush-era tax rates expire in January. Experts and lawmakers alike agree that Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has the power to adjust how much is withheld from paychecks for tax purposes — for all taxpayers or just for some. By doing so, Geithner could ensure paychecks... read more.
Upstart Business Journal… Entrepreneurship booms in U.S., but real potential lies elsewhere
By Laura Baverman, Contributing Writer - November 29, 2012 - Pat yourselves on the back U.S. entrepreneurs. You’ve created a movement. The rate of entrepreneurship is growing at the fastest pace since pre-recession, creating tons of new jobs and outpacing activity in other global nations. And these aren’t forced entrepreneurs. They’re so confident, they’re leaving perfectly fine existing jobs to chase a dream or test a... read more.
Rasmussen… What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls
Saturday, December 08, 2012 - The GOP is losing the messaging war in the ongoing debate over how to avoid the so-called “fiscal cliff.” Voters are more confident that the president is willing to agree to a deal with both spending cuts and tax increases than Republicans are. Just 40% think Obama will insist on tax increases only, while 51% feel the GOP will insist on spending cuts only. Most unaffiliated voters are skeptical that either side is really willing to accept a deal. The president “is... read more.
Cleveland Plain Dealer… Barack Obama won Ohio by 166,214 votes, final tally shows
By Rich Exner - Friday, December 07, 2012 - Ohio's final election results released Thursday show that Barack Obama defeated Mitt Romney by 166,214 votes, or 3 percentage points. Both the turnout and margin of victory were down from 2008, when Obama defeated Republican John McCain. But the 5,580,822 people who cast ballots in this year's presidential race were the third most in Ohio history, behind only 2008 and 2004. The final tally shows Obama with 2,827,621 votes (50.7 percent)... read more.
Darke County Crime Stoppers… New Fugitives added to Most Wanted
The Darke County Crime Stoppers have added two new fugitives to their Most Wanted list: Buddy Eugene Clark and Jeremy Allan Wynn. Buddy Eugene Clark - Wanted For Trafficking in Cocaine. Jeremy Allan Wynn - Wanted For Possession of Cocaine, a felony of the 5th degree. Still Listed on Darke County's Most Wanted are: Two unknown subjects wanted for Armed... read more.
Investigation into two-week old baby with injuries
On 11-28-12, Greenville Police were dispatched to Children's Medical Center in Dayton, OH on a 2 week old baby that arrived there with significant injuries.  The injuries included broken legs, a broken arm, swelling and bleeding of the brain, bleeding on the spine, facial bruising, and broken ribs.  The investigation concluded the injuries occurred in the City of Greenville.  Following further investigation by detectives from Greenville Police Department, the case has been submitted... read more.
The Columbus Dispatch… Portman resists debt-ceiling proposal, By Jessica Wehrman
Thursday December 6, 2012 - WASHINGTON — Sen. Rob Portman urges President Barack Obama to lay off a White House plan to change the procedure that the federal government uses to raise the debt ceiling. Portman’s letter came after the U.S. Department of Treasury released a blog suggesting changing the current process — which requires Congress to vote to raise the debt ceiling — with a process in which Congress gains the right to formally “disapprove” of debt-ceiling increases but the... read more.
State Senator Bill Beagle… Investment plan for Struggling Communities Passes Ohio Senate
New Markets Tax Credit Expansion Clears Chamber 31-2 - COLUMBUS– State Senator Bill Beagle (R–Tipp City) announced today that Senate Bill 327, legislation designed to boost investment in low income communities, passed the Ohio Senate 31-2. Joint-sponsored with State Senator Charleta Tavares (D–Columbus), SB 327 seeks to expand access to private investment capital for small businesses located in economically distressed areas of the state by... read more.
New Training Program Available in Darke County
Manufacturing Readiness program aims to prepare job seekers for positions in Darke County and beyond DARKE COUNTY- Darke County has begun offering a manufacturing readiness training program to assist individuals seeking employment and opportunity in manufacturing in West Central Ohio. The program, which was developed with input from local companies, covers a broad range of subjects relevant to entry-level manufacturing positions including topics such as print reading, manufacturing ... read more.
Upstart Business Journal… Startup guru Steve Blank gives knowledge away for free
by Laura Baverman - November 27, 2012 - Talk about #GivingTuesday. Steve Blank—a Lean Startup pioneer, most-coveted Stanford professor, the man who packs rooms at conferences, whose courses are modeled in universities nationwide—has opened his library of presentations and lectures, books, and videos to any entrepreneur, wannabe entrepreneur, or entrepreneurship educator. Blank calls it open-source entrepreneurship, his chance ... read more.
Dayton Business Journal… Defense Forum: Some expansion plans on hold over sequestration
by Joe Cogliano - Thursday, November 29, 2012 - Until the dust settles in the battle over the so-called fiscal cliff, defense firms such as Peerless Technologies Corp. have put expansion plans on hold. Michael Bridges, president of Fairborn-based Peerless, is awaiting the outcome before he goes forward with building additional space. But that hasn’t interfered with his focus on work the company has already won, or is going after. “We’ll be keeping... read more.
Darke County CIC Issues First Small Business Loan
Board that runs the Partnering for Progress initiative issues its first low-interest loan locally to help spur investment, job creation - DARKE COUNTY- Under a new program, the Darke County Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) has issued a low-interest small business loan for the first time in the organization’s history.  A $100,000 loan has recently been issued to Ohio Plastics Processors of Greenville in support of the company’s job creating project and investment in the local... read more.
Dayton Business Journal… Q&A: Justin Bayer, Welcome to College LLC, by Joe Cogliano
Thursday, November 29, 2012 - Justin Bayer had big dreams about revolutionizing the college visit, he just needed technology to catch up. In 2004, the University of Dayton graduate was running a tour program for the admissions office at an East Coast university when he had an epiphany. While laying in bed at 2 a.m., he decided to find out if the domain name was available. It was, so... read more.
WHIO-TV Video… Thanks for thank-you letter from Afghanistan, By Steve Baker
Greenville letter-writer receives American flag from Afghanistan - GREENVILLE, Ohio — As a class assignment for 6th graders nearly a year ago at the middle school in the Greenville School District students wrote letters of appreciation to the military men and women in Operation Enduring Freedom overseas in Afghanistan. About a year later, much to the tearful surprise of 13-year-old Natalie House, a seventh grader at the Jr. High School in Greenville, she received an American flag from the... read more.
Life Today… At $7 a cup, this Starbucks joe is black gold, By Ben Popken, TODAY contributor
Fancy a $7 cup of Starbucks? In this day of skyrocketing gas, grain and food prices, only a select few do. But that's the price for a special rare brew Starbucks is serving up in just a few locations. If you want to sip this black elixir, you'll have to ask for "Costa Rica Finca Palmilera," and fork over $40 for a half-pound. Also, you'll need to live in Seattle or Portland. Only 48 stores in the country have the beans, and 46 of them are in one of these two cities. It's not just any Starbucks there that have them... read more.
Rasmussen… What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls
Saturday, December 01, 2012 - How long will this current era of good feelings last? President Obama, like most Election Day winners in years past, is enjoying a bounce in his job approval ratings in the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll. For the second week in a row, 41% of Likely U.S. Voters think the country is heading in the right direction. That’s up 25 points from a year ago and close to the highest level of optimism during the Obama presidency... read more.
House Speaker John Boehner… Boehner Responds to Obama’s Unserious Fiscal Cliff Proposal
WASHINGTON, D.C. – House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) delivered the following response to President Obama today, urging the administration to work with Republicans on a balanced approach to resolving the fiscal cliff that includes serious spending cuts and pro-growth tax reforms needed to address the debt and help the economy grow. “The president traveled to a small business in Pennsylvania today to talk about the fiscal cliff.  Unfortunately... read more.
Toledo Blade… Economic activity hints at fear of consequences as Ohio senator seeks reform, By Tom Troy
The approaching “fiscal cliff” of big budget cuts and big tax increases is already having a negative effect on the economy, U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (R., Ohio) said Thursday. In a telephone news conference with Ohio reporters, Mr. Portman said a lot of economic activity that normally would happen in 2013 is happening right now as investors try to avoid the effects of threatened tax increases. The fiscal cliff refers to the combination of tax increases and spending cuts that will take effect Jan. 1 unless... read more.
Columbus Dispatch… Boehner unhappy at Dems for lack of cuts
WASHINGTON — A pessimistic-sounding John Boehner complained yesterday that President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats have refused to offer deep spending cuts as part of a major budget agreement. Emerging from a meeting with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, the House speaker said he was “disappointed in what’s happened in the last couple of weeks” as the White House and congressional Republicans have worked on a plan to avoid the combination of tax... read more.
USA Today… Deadly 'superbugs' invade U.S. health care facilities
A new family of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, known as CRE, is raising concerns across the medical community because of its ability to cause infections that defy even the strongest antibiotics. The antibiotic resistance is spread by mobile pieces of DNA that can move between different species of bacteria, creating new, drug-defying bugs. 12:34PM EST November 29. 2012 - CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- The doctors tried one antibiotic after another, racing to stop the infection as it tore... read more.
USA Today… Deadly 'superbugs' invade U.S. health care facilities
A new family of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, known as CRE, is raising concerns across the medical community because of its ability to cause infections that defy even the strongest antibiotics. The antibiotic resistance is spread by mobile pieces of DNA that can move between different species of bacteria, creating new, drug-defying bugs. 12:34PM EST November 29. 2012 - CHARLOTTESVILLE... read more.
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