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Handwriting analysis of one of the Dead Sea Scrolls indicates the biblical text was likely written by multiple scribes, who mirrored one another's writing styles. [Read More]
A new analysis of air pollution data from five large Chinese cities has found statistically significant differences between data from monitoring stations run by local... [Read More]
In a new series of experiments, artificial intelligence (A.I.) algorithms were able to influence people's preferences for fictitious political candidates or potential romantic partners, depending... [Read More]
Researchers from the Physical Chemistry Department of the Fritz Haber Institute and the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter in Hamburg... [Read More]
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Lisa Michelle Okopny, 59, passed away in her home on Friday, April 16, 2021. Lisa Michelle Okopny was born January 27, 1962, to Betty Perkins... [Read More]
During an online awards ceremony, the Georgia Water Coalition recognized 13 individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations whose efforts have led to cleaner rivers, stronger communities... [Read More]
Seeing distant exoplanets isn't easy and trying to detect them is like straining to see a firefly next to a lighthouse. That's why astronomers... [Read More]
Committee voted 14-8 to forward Marten's deputy education secretary nomination to the larger U.S. Senate... [Read More]
Is there a more woebegone movie genre than the video game adaptation... [Read More]
Tennessee has been a leader in addressing abuse within the family. Many new laws have been enacted and other enhancements have been added that help... [Read More]
The Cascade Foundation renovation project at the intersection of 27th street and Capitol Parkway will cause the trail to close Friday and remain closed during... [Read More]
Officer Erin Spilker said the man waved down an officer two blocks away saying that someone rear-ended him, then pulled a knife out and told... [Read More]
Peggy Ann Waddell Dunn, 69, of the Ottway community, died Monday evening at her home. [Read More]
Kentucky will make its first appearance in the NCAA women's volleyball semifinals on Thursday night when it meets Washington in Omaha, Nebraska... [Read More]
Larry Gene Neas, 67, of Greeneville, passed away May 8, 2020 at Greeneville Community Hospital East. [Read More]
Justin Fields is reportedly managing epilepsy, but it has not impacted him on the field and he is expected to outgrow the neurological condition. [Read More]
Randy Boyd Jensen, "The Baker Man," 70, of Ammon, passed away April 18, 2021, at his home. Randy was born September 15, 1950, in Blackfoot,... [Read More]
Tuesday, March 30 A vehicle struck a deer on Industrial Way at 12:22 am. The deer ran away. An officer went to Hooper... [Read More]
Eight months after its initial plan was rebuffed and three months after the City Council began considering an eminent domain taking of the land, Marshall... [Read More]
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