Torre captains AL to win

Braves fare well for league

Ceremonies celebrate Braves

Dorsey: Baseball star, journeyman cross paths

Gwynn reflects on All-Star seasons

Cancer survivor becomes All-Star

Should baseball change All-Star format?

Braves' Cox earns respect of league

Replacement starter Jeter captures MVP

Former Braves return as All-Stars

Dorsey: All-Star game lost its shine

First time All-Stars ready for game

Peach Jam could attract NBA scouts

Sosa launches 26 for derby win

Injuries create shakeup

Dryness irritates allergies

Business briefs
NEW YORK - Stocks were mixed Monday as investors moved cautiously in advance of second-quarter earnings reports that will begin later this week.

Agent honored for essay
Insurance agents support their clients in times of crisis, and one local agent is being honored for his efforts.

Agent honored for essay

Business briefs

Barnwell company closes

SBC deal includes computer
San Antonio-based SBC Communications said Monday it is giving away personal computers to customers who sign up for high-speed digital subscriber lines for two years.

Business briefs

Barnwell company closes
A Barnwell, S.C., start-up company bankrolled last year by two area government economic development agencies has closed its doors.

Business briefs
NEW YORK - Old Economy stocks came out on top Tuesday as two stalwarts of traditional businesses - paper and aluminum - led the market higher.

Did the Druids invent Halloween?

Fires are conspiracy, not coincidence

Honoring a visionary

Popplewell: good decision-maker

Lincoln's living legend

Counters homosexuality advocate

Burmeister charge is hypocritical

Incumbent lawmaker's help lauded

Family man Beul draws praise

'In God We Trust'

Lifeguard: a serious job

Challenger has integrity, experience

Dist. 114 candidate 'hypocritical, petty'

St. Joseph inpatient hospice missed

Flood costs & politics

Schrenko is too quick to criticize

Being in spotlight motivates Weight Loss 2000 participant
George Ball Jr. has adjusted to living his personal life in the spotlight, and he attributes some of his success to his fans.

Blood pressure monitors do not replace doctors
Q: Are home blood pressure monitors reliable? - K.E., Appling

Fab fads?
Drop 10 pounds in three days! Burn fat by taking a pill! Eat all you want and still lose weight!

In the know
PRICE CHECK: Each Wednesday, Price Check offers price comparisons on consumer goods. This week we priced hair care services. Prices were checked Monday. Salons included are: Dillard's, Augusta Mall; JC Penney Styl

Splendid side dish
When groups gather with covered dishes at picnics, potlucks and barbecues, it's usually the side dishes that receive the most raves.

Small portions
By any name, eggplant sauteed and then baked with tomatoes and cheese is delicious. But the fact that eggplant is a vegetable doesn't make it healthful, as Sue Kreitzman points out in The Low Fat Cookbook (DK, $13.95).

Westin: Golf club gets clubhouse

Halfway highlights -- Tiger, and everyone else

Peach Jam could attract NBA scouts

Dryness irritates allergies
Water restrictions are not the only worry we have after three years of dry Southern summers. The Mayo Clinic reports the dryness has prompted a rise in allergies.

Gen. Cuviello promoted; fort welcomes new leader
Lt. Gen. Peter Cuviello got his third star Tuesday. Fort Gordon got a new general. Those were the outcomes of the fort's change-of-command ceremony, held in the morning heat of the Army post's Barton Field.

Blood pressure monitors do not replace doctors

Splendid side dish

Small portions

In the know

Fab fads?

Being in spotlight motivates Weight Loss 2000 participant

Flood loss avoidable with help
The dangers of living in a flood plain can range from property loss to death, but officials say the first step to preventing such catastrophes is awareness.

Officer's new patrol approved

Professor fears river deepening
SAVANNAH - Deepening the Savannah River, geologist Fred Rich worries, might widen cracks in the rock shielding our drinking water.

Company might sue over sludge disposal

Officers probe shooting of teen

Guidelines for flood fund made

Jury reconvicts in murder
For the second time, it took a jury less than an hour to convict an Augusta man of murder in the strangulation death of his wife.

Committee approves biotech lab

Gen. Cuviello promoted; fort welcomes new leader

Judge cancels docket

Stringent licensing proposed

Sheriff dies after 36 years

Council tables picnic pavilion vote
NORTH AUGUSTA - A $25,000 picnic pavilion for the North Augusta Living History Park has been purchased and is waiting to be assembled. The only problem is the North Augusta City Council hasn't decided where to put it.

High court gives man new trial

Court clerk hopefuls pit law, local insight
Cindy Mason is counting on her experience, but Sandra Washington is relying on her knowledge of Columbia County and its government.

Across the area

Judge cancels docket
BRUNSWICK, Ga. - Superior Court Chief Judge A. Blenn Taylor Jr. has canceled all criminal jury trials until the Glynn County Jury Commission certifies that it has an accurate jury pool.

Fort Gordon sees change in commander
Lt. Gen. Peter Cuviello got his third star Tuesday. Fort Gordon got a new general. Those were the outcomes of the fort's change-of-command cere-mony, held in the morning heat of the Army post's Barton Field.

Heart group honors doctor for her work

Company might sue over sludge disposal
A Texas company whose contract to dispose of Augusta's sewage sludge was not renewed last month wants city commissioners to reconsider - or face possible legal action.

All-Star game lost its shine

Across the area

Commissioners return to council

Hall of Fame recognizes authors
ATHENS, Ga. -- The editor of a Cherokee newspaper, journalist Ralph McGill and a popular historical romance writer are among those in the running for induction into a new Georgia Writers Hall of Fame administered by the University of Georgia.

Colleges to raise tuition

Across the area
Lt. Gov. Mark Taylor told members of the Augusta Rotary Club on Monday that Georgia's economic future depends greatly on continued education reforms, reduction of the crime rate and an increase in economic development in Augusta and other cities throughout the state.

Stallions looking to build off comeback win

Sheriff dies after 36 years
One week before he was to defend his long-running tenure in a primary election, Georgia's oldest sheriff died Tuesday at an Athens, Ga., hospital.

Fort Gordon sees change in commander

Corrections
An article in Sunday's editions of The Augusta Chronicle about competing Sassafras festivals should have identified Burnettown City Clerk as Michele Pardue.

Heart group honors doctor for her work
THOMSON - Dr. Jacqueline W. Fincher leans back in her chair and for just a moment talks of herself. Then her hands start to march around on the conference table, her smile widens, and the campaign begins.

Jurors will weigh two sentences
The question for a Richmond County Superior Court jury this week isn't really ``if'' Marvin McWilliams killed his wife three years ago.

Board of health names chairman
Richmond County Board of Health members elected Dr. Terrence Cook as the group's new chairman Tuesday night.

Schools get needed makeovers
When eight Columbia County schools open in the fall, renovations will have them shining about $2.3 million brighter.

Charges against teen dismissed
AIKEN - In a case that caused hysteria at Midland Valley High School, a teen-ager charged with spreading rumors of an alleged bomb plot has been freed from juvenile detention because of a lack of sufficient evidence, court officials said Tuesday.

Stringent licensing proposed
Augusta City Attorney Jim Wall proposed three more changes to the city's arcade ordinance Monday in an effort to keep South Carolina's outlawed video poker industry out of Augusta.

Rape victim cannot point out attacker
ATHENS, Ga. - A 69-year-old victim of a 1996 home invasion rape who recounted her ordeal Monday to a Clarke County jury was unable to identify with certainty the suspect seated in the courtroom as her attacker.

Rape victim cannot point out attacker

Lack of insurance trouble state
ATLANTA - Ed Miceli said the cystic fibrosis attacking his lungs isn't killing him; it's his insurance company's refusal to continue his coverage and Georgia's inability to stop them.

Teens lend hand to help others
Clara Peterson said she hopes the workers on her roof can stop the raindrops soon.

Flood loss avoidable with help

State will pay some flood costs
Gov. Roy Barnes said Monday afternoon that residents of west Augusta's Commonwealth subdivision will receive money from his discretionary fund to help cover the cost of hotel rooms and lost wages after recent flash floods displaced them from their homes.

Court clerk hopefuls pit law, local insight

Officers probe shooting of teen
Richmond County Sheriff's investigators say they hope further interviews with a teen-ager found shot through the abdomen early Monday will make sense of the possible drive-by not far from T.W. Josey High School.

Colleges to raise tuition
AIKEN -Tuition at most state universities and colleges is going up - again.

Professor fears river deepening

Corrections

Charges against teen dismissed

State will pay some flood costs

Lack of insurance trouble state

Council tables picnic pavilion vote

Guidelines for flood fund made
The Georgia Emergency Management Agency has advised local officials that a $105,000 emergency flood-relief grant from the governor should be made available to residents countywide - not just to those in Commonwealth subdivision.

Teens lend hand to help others

Gas prices thwart bus plan
AIKEN - Fickle fuel prices might force South Carolina to forego updating its aging bus fleet this fall.

Baseball star, journeyman cross paths

High court gives man new trial
AIKEN - An inmate with the word ``Outlaw'' tattooed on his arm will get a new murder trial because the solicitor called him an ``Outlaw'' 23 times in closing arguments and his attorney was not allowed to argue self-defense, the South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled.

Hall of Fame recognizes authors

Storm sweeps through Aiken
A powerful thunderstorm drenched Aiken County on Tues-day afternoon, causing toppled trees, flooded roadways and scat-tered power outages.

Commissioners return to council
AIKEN - Two election commissioners were reappointed Monday by Aiken City Council, after resigning earlier this year over an ambiguous state law.

Committee approves biotech lab
AIKEN - A plan to build a $1.8 million biotechnology laboratory on Aiken County's Savannah River Research Campus cleared its first hurdle Tuesday night when it gained the unanimous approval of the Aiken County Administrative Committee.

Across the area
A North Augusta man died Tuesday after an early morning collision in Merriwether community, County Coroner Thurmond Burnett said.

Schools get needed makeovers

Officer's new patrol approved
AIKEN - A DARE officer in Aiken who spends her extra time monitoring elementary schools will be reassigned to middle schools for the rest of her week, city council members decided Monday.

Report: Duncan to stay put

Cowboys' Irvin to retire

Mrs. Sylvia Greenlee
TAMPA, Fla. - Mrs. Sylvia Greenlee died Tuesday, July 4, 2000.

Theodore Baker
SALUDA, S.C. - Mr. Theodore ``Ted'' Baker, 75, died Tuesday, July 11, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, Augusta.

Mrs. Ruth Harwood
AIKEN - Mrs. Ruth Harwood, 80, died Saturday, July 8, 2000, at Pepperhill Nursing Center.

Mrs. Gail Poitevint
BAINBRIDGE, Ga. -- Mrs. Gail Gilliam Poitevint, 48, of East College Street, died Sunday, July 2, 2000, at Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Gail Poitevint
BAINBRIDGE, Ga. - Mrs. Gail Gilliam Poitevint, 48, of East College Street, died Sunday, July 2, 2000, at Memorial Hospital.

Mr. Chalice Miller
NORTH AUGUSTA - Mr. Chalice E. Miller died Monday, July 10, 2000, at National Health Care.

Ms. Cynthia Murray
Ms. Cynthia Faye Latson Murray, of Thomas Lane, died Friday, July 7, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Frances Deegan
ATLANTA - Mrs. Frances Bremer Deegan, 83, died Monday, July 3, 2000, in Gainesville.

Mr. Frank Rhode
Mr. Emil Frank Rhode, 85, of Augusta, died Friday, July 7, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

Mrs. Ruth Harris
NORTH AUGUSTA - Mrs. Ruth T. Harris, 85, died Monday, July 10, 2000, at the Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Tommie Sheppard
Mrs. Tommie W. Henry Sheppard, 70, of Trinity Church Road, died Monday, July 10, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Roy Hooks
Mr. Roy Milton Hooks, 68, of Old Waynesboro Road, died Monday, July 10, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital.

Mrs. Mildred Boyce
Mrs. Mildred Gaddy Boyce, 74, died Tuesday, July 11, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Nellie Brown
HARLEM - Mrs. Nellie R. Brown, 89, of Brown Circle, died Tuesday, July 11, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. John Howard
Mr. John H. Howard, 64, of Lyman Street, died Thursday, July 6, 2000, at the Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mr. James Whitaker
Mr. James ``Alf'' Whitaker, 93, of Plemmons Road, died Tuesday, July 11, 2000, at his residence.

Mrs. Alva Watson
Mrs. Alva G. Watson, 34, of Lovell Circle, died Saturday, July 8, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mr. Hal Hennis
Mr. Hal A. Hennis, 69, of Lawrence Drive, died Sunday, July 9, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mr. Hal Hennis
Mr. Hal A. Hennis, 69, of Lawrence Drive, Evans, died Sunday, July 9, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. William Edwards
SALUDA, S.C. - Mr. William Elmore Edwards, 81, of Trinity Road, died Sunday, July 9, 2000, at his residence.

Mrs. Willie Scheu
WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga. - Mrs. Willie Belle Oliver Scheu, 89, died Monday, July 10, 2000, at Elberta Health Care, Warner Robins.

Mr. Michael Johnson Sr.
WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga. - Mr. Michael Ellis Johnson Sr., 48, died Monday, July 10, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Mareen Birdsong
WAYNESBORO, Ga. - Mrs. Mareen W. Birdsong, of Bates Road, died Friday, July 7, 2000, at Burke County Hospital.

Mr. Harvey Thurmond Sr.
DANBURG, Ga. - Mr. Harvey Lee Thurmond Sr., 89, of Evel Saggus Road, died Sunday, July 9, 2000, at Beverly Health Care, Jonesboro.

Mrs. Lillie Moore
AIKEN - Mrs. Lillie ``N.C.'' Hayes Moore, 78, of Dupont Drive died Friday, July 7, 2000, at Beverly Health Care.

Mr. Ralph McClendon
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - Mr. Ralph T. McClendon, 83, died Monday, July 10, 2000, at Providence Hospital, Columbia.

Mr. Edward Brown
Mr. Edward Bernard Brown, 51, of Metcalf Street, died Friday, July 7, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Dorothy Pruitt
MCCORMICK, S.C. - Mrs. Dorothy Smith Pruitt, 75, died Sunday, July 9, 2000, at Self Memorial Hospital, Greenwood.

Mrs. Margaret Burt
Mrs. Margaret Jordan Burt, 74, of West Wheeler Road, died Sunday, July 9, 2000, at Kentwood.

Ms. Valerie Aiken
Ms. Valerie Aiken, 28, of Richmond Hill Road, died Thursday, July 6, 2000.

Ms. Deborah Henderson
HEPHZIBAH - Ms. Deborah Jean Henderson, 48, of Forest Road, died Monday, July 10, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Frank Rhode
Mr. Emil Frank Rhode, 85, of Augusta, died Friday, July 7, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

Mrs. Carrie Stribling
Mrs. Carrie Harper Stribling, 98, of Anthony Road, died Friday, July 7, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mr. Thomas Mitchell Sr.
WAYNESBORO, Ga. - Mr. Thomas Leonard Mitchell Sr., 68, of Academy Avenue, died Tuesday, July 11, 2000.

Mrs. Amelia Moody
BARNWELL, S.C. - Mrs. Amelia Zorn Moody, 70, died Sunday, July 9, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, Augusta.

Mr. Hal Hennis

Ms. Deborah Henderson

Mr. Ralph McClendon

Mrs. Nellie Brown

Mr. Thomas Mitchell Sr.

Mr. William Edwards

Mrs. Frances Deegan

Mrs. Mareen Birdsong

Mrs. Ruth Harwood

Mrs. Mildred Boyce

Mrs. Carrie Stribling

Mrs. Willie Scheu

Mr. Michael Johnson Sr.

Mr. Edward Brown

Mrs. Ruth Harris

Mr. James Whitaker

Mrs. Amelia Moody

Mr. Hal Hennis

Mrs. Gail Poitevint

Mr. John Howard

Theodore Baker

Mr. Chalice Miller

Ms. Cynthia Murray

Mrs. Dorothy Pruitt

Mrs. Sylvia Greenlee

Mrs. Gail Poitevint

Mrs. Margaret Burt

Mr. Frank Rhode

Mr. Harvey Thurmond Sr.

Mrs. Lillie Moore

Disenchanted with city government
As more and more stories unfold regarding problems associated with Augusta flooding, I am becoming totally disenchanted with our city government. In regard to the problems of residents at the Commonwealth subdivision, it seems ludicrous to me for the city to issue a building permit that allows building in a flood plain, but attaches a clause absolving the city of any liability in the event of flooding. Alan Roberts, Augusta

Burmeister charge is hypocritical
Sue Burmeister's number one complaint among the many petty and narrow-minded complaints her so-called campaign has is that Rep. Robin Williams, R-Augusta, works well with the Democrats. Loretta Johnson, Augusta

Fires are conspiracy, not coincidence
Is it only President Clinton, or is it also those in the U.S. Senate as well? The Senate appears to be after Energy Secretary Bill Richardson rather than both Richardson and the higher-ups who control him. All are corrupt. Bill Dekle, Millen

Brush's priority: Value for taxpayers
On July 18 we have the opportunity to vote again for one of the most effective and experienced lawmakers in the Georgia Senate. I am speaking of Sen. Joey Brush, R-Appling, who served two terms in the state House of Representatives before being elected to the Senate in 1996. R. Johnson, Martinez

Family man Beul draws praise
I have known Ron and Becky Beul and their family for the last 10 years and know them to be a wonderful family with the same values and concerns shared by most of us. Mr. Beul has stepped forward to run for the 113th seat in the Georgia House of Representatives because of his deep concern as to what needs to be done to improve Georgia's dismal educational record of 49th in the nation. Joyce Rolwing, Evans

Counters homosexuality advocate
This is in reference to Megan Hathaway's June 18 letter, ``Homosexuality is not about rape.'' To quote her: ``Homosexuality is about the choice to love another person. It has nothing to do with an attempt to hurt another human being or act against the will of God.''Sara Raley, Gibson

Schrenko is too quick to criticize
I find it hard to believe that Georgia School Superintendent Linda Schrenko has the gall to attack anyone over his or her support for the A-plus education reform bill. She has had six years to implement the needed reforms to improve our public schools and has accomplished little. Mike Rose, Augusta

Honoring a visionary
The Columbia County Historical Society and state Rep. Bill Jackson, R-Appling, are to be commended for over a year of successful fund-raising that led to last Saturday's unveiling of a fitting memorial to the late Columbia County School Superintendent John Pierce Blanchard.

Popplewell: good decision-maker
Mike Popplewell is my man for the Georgia Senate from District 24 in the July 18 primary. Nicole Earle, Martinez

St. Joseph inpatient hospice missed
Re the June 29 letter by Jean Sizemore: Shirley Gottschalk, Augusta

Challenger has integrity, experience
We are very fortunate to have had Ron Beul serve as the chairman of the Columbia County Solid Waste Management Authority since its inception in 1994. He has demonstrated the qualities of sound financial management, integrity, technical skill and attention to detail that will make him a superb member of the Georgia House of Representatives. Natasha Bohler, Martinez

Incumbent works for Columbia County
Simply stated, Rep. Ben Harbin, R-Martinez, is a good man. Pete Brodie, Evans

Brush did right; deserves re-election
After reading Phil Kent's Sunday column on the District 24 state Senate race, all I could think of is, here we go again. There's another politician (Mike Popplewell) wanting to be elected to increase his business opportunities. Cathie Richards, Evans

Dist. 114 candidate 'hypocritical, petty'
In an article in a weekly paper Georgia House District 114 candidate Sue Burmeister made the statement that she did not run against state Sen. Don Cheeks, D-Augusta, because she liked him ``and worked well with him.'' But her No. 1 complaint about her opponent, state Rep. Robin Williams, R-Augusta, is that he works well with Democrats. Edna Hill, Augusta

Flood costs & politics
Last Friday state Rep. Robin Williams, R-Augusta, did what he does best: He traveled to Atlanta to help constituents in need. This time, he met with Georgia's governor to assist residents of the Commonwealth subdivision who are displaced flood victims.

Lifeguard: a serious job
It was a terrifying day at the Aiken County recreation center's Graniteville pool recently when two unidentified teen-age rowdies pushed a frightened 6-year-old into the water and then fled.

Assessments still boosting taxes
The Columbia County tax assessors are sending tax appraisals to property owners and, as they have been doing for years, property values are higher than past years. I thought, starting this year, counties could not hide behind increasing property value assessments to raise taxes. R.M. Griffin, Martinez

'In God We Trust'
It's surprising that someone didn't think sooner to challenge the ``keep God out of school crowd'' the way Colorado has. That state's Board of Education voted 5-1 to urge local school districts to prominently post the words, ``In God We Trust,'' in school buildings.

Lincoln's living legend
Some coaches are good. Some are great. Then there are the legends - like Lincoln County football coach Larry Campbell.

Incumbent lawmaker's help lauded
This is regarding concerns raised about Rep. Robin Williams, R-Augusta, by his opponent - specifically, that he has forgotten the people of Augusta who have elected him, or that he is controlled solely by lobbyists and big money in Atlanta. Amy Fickle, Augusta

Did the Druids invent Halloween?
Re Michael Ledo's June 27 Chronicle letter in which he refers to a ``talking ass'' being mentioned in the Bible: I do not find that strange at all; they are still around today. Walter Huckeba, Keysville

House GOP leader endorses rep
I am writing, as the Georgia House Republican leader, to offer my support to Rep. Robin Williams' campaign for re-election to House District 114. State Rep. Robert Irvin, Atlanta

Potter phenomenon
What makes Johnny read? Answer: Harry Potter books. The bewitching stories, by British author J.K. Rowling, mark one of the most unique publishing phenomenons in a generation.

Williams sisters win Wimbledon doubles

School, coach decide to go separate ways

Track investigating second death

Overtime: Armstrong in position to defend title

Alzheimer's vaccine may be safe
WASHINGTON - Preliminary results from the first human study of a possible Alzheimer's disease vaccine seem to show it is safe for patients, a pharmaceutical company announced Tuesday. Scientists said it is far too soon to tell if the vaccine will actually do patients any good.

Space station module prepared for launch
BAIKONUR, Kazakstan - The rocket that will carry the long-delayed International Space Station's service module into orbit was prepared for fueling Tuesday as workers made last-minute checks to ensure a smooth launch.

Intel to launch streaming media hubs
NEW YORK -- Intel Corp. is investing $200 million in a new business to help Web sites meet demand for audio and video programming from a growing number of Internet users with speedy cable and DSL connections.

Xtreme calendar
You can donate used book bags, uniforms and other school supplies to kids in need through the Links to Learning program, sponsored by Miracle Making Ministries. The program is in need of notebook paper, pens, pencils, rulers and other supplies to distribute at a block party on Saturday, July 29. For more information call 722-8693.

Techno teens
Some area teens are spending a lot of time surfing this summer. But instead of waves at a sunny beach, they're on computer screens.

'Perfect Storm' is perfect summer viewing

Big screen
X-MEN: In a world where genetic mutations have created a new race of ``mutants'', two groups align against each other. Magneto (Ian McKellen), the master of magnetism, seeks domination over humanity before it can wipe ou

Techno teens

Calling all guys!
Out of more than 60 applications for the 2000-2001 Xtreme teen board, only five were from boys. So, we're giving guys another chance to be a part of a group that serves as ambassadors for the section and newspaper. You can also gain great journalism experience if you write, take photos or draw.

Techno teens
Some area teens are spending a lot of time surfing this summer. But instead of waves at a sunny beach, they're on computer screens.

Advice line
``I met this guy on the Internet, and I love him a lot. He said he was going to move down here, but that was February and he's not here yet. What do I do?'

Big screen

'Perfect Storm' is perfect summer viewing
After coming home with a less than a great catch, fishing-boat Capt. Billy Tyne (Mr. Clooney) decides to take the Andrea Gail and its crew out for another try.

Your style

Your style
THE FACTS: Courtney DeGennaro, 16, a rising junior at North Augusta High School.

Techno teens

Advice line

Xtreme calendar

Calling all guys!

Intel to launch streaming media hubs

Space station module prepared for launch

Alzheimer's vaccine may be safe