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For someone who didn't see himself going into education, Jon Amundsen, science teacher at Bluffs Middle School, works hard for students to see the importance... [Read More]
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KSBY News is the NBC affiliate for the San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Santa Maria areas of central California. [Read More]
Jackie Wyse-Rhodes, Bluffton University assistant professor of religion, will present the free colloquium "Portrayals of the Natural World in Second Temple Jewish Literature" at 4... [Read More]
As geoengineer advocates enter Trump administration, plans advance to spray sun-reflecting chemicals into atmosphere... [Read More]
Elizabeth City officials are hoping to win nearly $200,000 in grants to improve Coast Guard Park and build a new nature trail in Charles Creek... [Read More]
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For those of us in the States, peanut butter is a fact of life. It's good on virtually anything, and especially in combination with chocolate... [Read More]
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NEWLY released images of the red planet which appear to show a group of strange, worm-shaped markings actually depict an extraordinary range of dune formations... [Read More]
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Contest begins at 12:01 a.m. on March 27, 2017 and ends at 11:59 p.m. on March 31, 2017. [Read More]
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The White House releases a strange video of President Trump discussing Nasa. [Read More]
Six little kiwi chicks are being released into rugged bush in south Auckland for the first time in decades. [Read More]
North Allegheny wins its first Class 3A boys swimming title since 2010 and Fox Chapel sophomore Jonah Cagley was the only area medalist. ... [Read More]
One of the first scenes you'll take in during National Geographic's "Extreme Weather 3D" is huge blocks of ice falling off the edge of a... [Read More]
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Deputy prime minister calls for critically endangered status to be downgraded to try to save Victorian logging jobs... [Read More]
WORM-like creatures appear to have been spotted crawling across the surface of Mars, leading many to believe there is life on the red planet. [Read More]
The history of naming tropical cyclones goes back to 1887 and has an interesting Australian origin. [Read More]
H.G. Wells, one of the most prolific and prominent novelists of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, consistently warned his contemporaries that social institutions... [Read More]
AP Photo/Evan Vucci President Donald Trump is poised to eviscerate his predecessor's legacy on climate change with executive actions as early as this... [Read More]
Two Terrebonne Parish students earned second place at the Louisiana Science and Engineering Fair in Baton Rouge on Tuesday.Evan Blanchard, a seventh grader at Houma... [Read More]
NASA has always embraced emerging technology for visualization, even if that tech was seemingly developed for frivolous entertainment. [Read More]
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