Can plants replace chicken and eggs? Food-tech startups are bringing Silicon Valley-style innovation to a food system they say harms the environment, animals and human health. (Dec. 9)
Experts say practicing good food safety is important to a successful Thanksgiving. The Nebraska Regional Poison Center says taking proper precautions can help ensure that no one gets sick at your holiday gatherings. It's important to use a meat thermometer to make sure the turkey and any other meat dishes ...
Close, but not too close. One of Florida's oldest attractions, the Alligator Farm in St Augustine, has added ziplining to give tourists a whole new way to experience wild gators and crocodiles. It's ziplining with an extra zing. (Nov. 27)
Researchers in Kansas are attempting to reverse what they consider to be a critical mistake our ancestors made some 10,000 years ago - the planting of annual crops instead of perennials. They want to replace standard wheat with wheatgrass. ...
AP Investigation: Obama's green energy drive comes with an unadvertised environmental cost. Experts say the ethanol era has proven far more damaging to the environment than previously thought, and worse than the government admits today. (No...
Farmer Joe Morette of Henniker, New Hampshire literally stumbled upon his idea for making turkeys taste better. He says giving them beer instead of water was the result of a happy accident. (Nov. 8)
Brian Billick previews the Bengals' matchup with the Ravens.
Dayton Daily News' Jay Morrison and CineSport's Brian Clark discuss the loss of Geno Atkins for the Cincinnati defense and preview Sunday's road game against the Baltimore Ravens.
A black and white herd of Australian dairy cows have been lead to a beach in the name of art. The animals are part of an unique work of art created by surrealist artist Andrew Baines. (Oct. 24)
Dozens of volunteer harvesters and hemp advocates descended on a field in remote southwestern Colorado to help harvest the first acknowledged commercial crop of hemp since 1958. (Oct. 11)