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WXDU News Sunday at 7:00 p.m.

Tune in tonight, and the first and third Sunday of each month, at 7:00 for WXDU news.

On tonight's broadcast, we'll talk about:

  • Changes coming to Ninth Street parking
  • A way to eliminate automobile carbon emissions
  • The potential effect of stimulant medications on smoking rates in ADHD
  • The role of statin use in preventing prostate cancer
  • A kind of memory loss that's between normal aging and Alzheimer's
  • How to avoid a break-in while you're on vacation (http://ncdoj.com/News-and-Alerts/Alerts/Avoid-home-break-ins-while-on-va...)
  • A possible new treatment for pain and itch
  • How music helps the aging brain
  • Mapping the genome of an intestinal parasite

And as always, we'll have the latest in sports and weather.

Also tonight:

In the 6:00 hour, hear a conversation with Maya Angelou from 1970, shortly after the release of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.

And after the news at 7:30, we'll learn more about the impact of D-Day, leading up to the 70th anniversary of the turning point in World War II.