Many small meat producers have a hard time getting their animals processed. A group of farmers and local food advocates is trying to help by pushing for changes to federal meat inspection law.
As state officials decide where to make cuts in the face of a major budget deficit, Wrangell officials are trying to figure out how to cope with a drop in state funding.
Breathalyzers were placed in the doorway of a nightclub in Stockholm this weekend, with an unusual purpose: to ensure no guests had been drinking alcohol. It was all part of a plan for a booze-free night out called Sober, where staff were also on the lookout for anyone who seemed to be on drugs.
Some might say a group of Swedish scientists have “got a lot of nerve,” running a 17-year secret contest to hide as many Bob Dylan lyrics as possible in their scholarly articles. The attitude of others, no doubt: “Don’t think twice, it’s all right.”
The family of Michael Brown issued a new call for the police officer who shot and killed the 18-year-old to be arrested Tuesday.
Kurdish forces say they have retaken the strategic Mosul Dam from militants of the Islamic State, apparently dealing the Sunni jihadist group its first major reversal since its forces swept into Iraq in June.
It’s a classic example of supply and demand: How much would you pay for a bottle of fresh air in one of the world’s most polluted cities?
When emergency personnel got to the scene, they kept people away. But many volunteers wouldn’t take no for an answer for very long.
Friday’s commute in San Francisco is frustrating now that workers for the region’s largest transit system, known as the BART, are on strike.
The Federal Aviation Administration has decided to delay the closing of 149 airport control towers until mid-June.