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TSA will start asking passengers in standard security lines to remove containers holding at least 350 milliliters of powder

Our annual ‘Give 2 Live’ blood drive is coming up next month. This is the first year the blood drive is scheduled for two days.

Seth takes a closer look at the scandals piling up around Trump, from his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, to his EPA administrator, Scott Pruitt. » Subscri...

Seth takes a closer look at Republicans applauding the president's summit with North Korea's Kim Jong-un and Trump's mountain of new legal problems. » Subscr...

Seth takes a closer look at Trump attacking the Russia investigation while lying about his administration's cruel policy of separating families at the border...

Attorney David Allen explains the true nature of the civil case in which a former law student in California obtained a verdict in her favor of over $6 millio...

Lead exposure may be responsible for nearly 10 times more deaths in the United States than previously thought, according to a new study from The Lancet Public Health. Watch the video and read the full story.

Come with us this fall as we head to High Rock Canyon in the Black Rock NCA. Besides being a beautiful place to explore,...

Ultrasounds are used at Fairgrounds Animal Hospital to diagnose or rule out many issues and conditions. Important things to know about your pet's ultrasound

Great Lakes Case & Cabinet has been around for over 30 years, which means there are a lot of layers to our work, our culture, and our people. We’re more than just a company; we’re a family. We’ve grown from a small business to a thriving one – on average, our manufacturing facility processes ½ million pounds of material per month and with the addition of new end users and OEM accounts, manufacturing has increased 20% each year over the last 10 years…

Summer is here, and that means the bugs are more prevalent than any other time of the year. Fleas and ticks can latch on to your pet if they are out hiking and camping with you, if they come into contact with another animal that has fleas or ticks, and even if they just go …

An increased walking pace is associated with reduced mortality risk, researchers from the University of Sydney call for walking pace to be emphasized in public health messages after analysis of more than 50,000 walkers finds faster pace is associated with decreased risk of cardiovascular disease and all cause mortality, as published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.