High Blood Pressure Awareness & Prevention
NTSB Chair Talks Transportation Safety
Charges Against Ray Rice Dropped
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A Pastor Spreads the Word of 'Good Health'
'Every Kid Needs A Family'
Focus on Young Black Entrepreneurs
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Permanent Michael Brown Memorial
David Letterman's Final Show
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New Harvard Study on Youth, Politics and Race
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Military Weapon Ban to Local Law Enforcement
Remembering Malcolm X
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New manager, Same result
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News in a Minute - 8pm Edition
Pat Griffin
May 22, 2015

Iraq's deputy prime minister is appealing for international help, a dentist accused of running 'house of horrors' agrees to quit, and on this day in history in 1955. 

Sports in a Minute - Afternoon Edition
David Perkins
May 22, 2015

Hawks host Cavaliers in Game 2 of East Finals, the Cowboys sign a CB and the Padres are in Los Angeles this weekend.

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2. Bethune Cookman 194 pts.
3. Southern University 183 pts.
4. North Carolina A&T 179 pts.
5. Virginia State 156 pts.

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90 years ago on May 19, 1925, Malcolm X was born in Omaha, Nebraska. Black Nationalist leader, Malcolm X, is pictured at a 1963 rally at Lennox Avenue and 115th St. in the Harlem section of New York. (AP Photo/Robert Haggins, File)

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