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Archive: February 13, 2012

ST. PAUL - Finding the perfect child care provider can be tough for any parent, but if your child is disabled or has special needs, it can be even more difficult. Karen Fogolin, associate director of the Minnesota Child Care Resource and Referral Network, advises focusing on the place and the progra ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - New programs are helping Ohio homeowners become more energy-efficient and cut their bills. Through weatherization, home energy audits and rebates on lighting and appliances, Ohio's major utilities are all implementing programs that are changing the way people use energy. Dave Rin ...Read More

Pending Florida legislation could convert some 500,000 acres of publicly owned shoreline into private ownership. Opponents, including Audubon Florida Director Eric Draper, warn that it's a land grab move backed by Florida agribusiness interests. "One bill I'm very concerned about sets the ordinary ...Read More

EAST GLACIER PARK, Mont. - An East Glacier Park scientist and professional photographer is on a mission. He wants to be sure there are plenty of "before" pictures on hand as the landscape, and people, change on the Blackfeet Reservation. And he is making his collections of photos and maps available ...Read More

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - If it seems as though everyone around you is sick, you may be right. Influenza season has picked up steam in the last three weeks in Missouri, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It's definitely getting worse, says infectious disease specialist Dr. Chris ...Read More

OCONOMOWOC, Wis. - A romantic night on the town for Valentine's Day can be packed with food that's no good for the heart. However, following some easy tips can show you care about your loved one's heart. If your night out includes a visit to a restaurant, says Tammy Gallow, a registered nurse and r ...Read More

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - As Hoosier lawmakers consider reinstating cursive writing as a requirement for public schools, an Indiana University neuroscientist testified about her research on preschoolers learning the alphabet by printing letters, versus typing or just visualizing them. By using functional ...Read More

California's outdoor-recreational industries are teaming up to send a message to Congress to reject legislation they say is an assault on public lands. The Wilderness and Roadless Area Release Act by California Congressman Kevin McCarthy (R-Dist 22) would give developers access to 60 million acres o ...Read More

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