If you have adopted an adult dog, congratulations! You are one of the lucky people who will find out how rewarding it can be to give a good home to an older dog.
Steak 101: Tips on Cooking the Perfect Steak for Summer
James Malone from Texas Roadhouse taught us how to cook the perfect steak for the summer! Here's what you'll need: 1 pound filet mignon 2 tablespoons veget
Mortgage Rates, Mortgage News and Strategy : The Mortgage Reports
Homebuying tips: How to choose your next neighborhood. New and old school search methods to check out your next location.
ICYMI: Governor Greg Abbott: Forced Annexation Is Un-Texan
ICYMI: Governor Greg Abbott: Forced Annexation Is Un-Texan July 22, 2017 | Austin, Texas | Press Release Governor Greg Abbott wrote an op-ed featured in the San Antonio Express-News yesterday that outlined his opposition to forced annexation in Texas. This issue is part of the Governor's special session call Forced annexation by cities — without a vote by the impacted property owners — is piracy by government, a tyranny of taxation without representation that would have made old King George proud. Texas is still the envy of the nation. With our strong economy, overall lower costs of living and high quality of life, the Lone Star State remains the best place to raise a family, build a business and create greater opportunity for all. But liberty in Texas should not end at any…
African Fruit Bats
Where They Live Fruit bats thrive in a variety of habitats, from forest to savanna and from sea level to mountain, as long as they can find food and shelter. What They Do When they are just “hanging out,” fruit bats find protection from predators and weather in caves, trees, buildings, and other dark, hidden places. When they are active, they emerge from shelter to fly and forage for fruit, sometimes up to 25 miles from their roost. How They’re Doing Although people occasionally kill them for food or to protect crops, fruit bats for the most part are widespread and appear to be plentiful. Where in the World
WDFW FISHING RULE CHANGE: Hatchery steelhead retention to open in the Green (Duwamish) River
Hatchery steelhead retention to open in the Green (Duwamish) River Action: Allows retention of hatchery steelhead in the Green River when it opens for steelhead fishing Saturday, May 25 Effective date: Saturday before Memorial Day until further notice Species affected: Hatchery steelhead. Location: Green (Duwamish) River (King County) from an east-west line extending through the southernmost tip of Harbor Island to the Tacoma Municipal Watershed Boundary Marker (1 mile downstream of Tacoma Headworks Dam). Sections of the Green River listed as closed to fishing for all species in the 2018-19 Sport Fishing Rules pamphlet will remain closed to all fishing. Reason for action: The Green River was scheduled to be open for catch-and-release steelhead fishing when…
Newsmax Health's Top 100 Physicians Who Embrace Integrative Medicine
Newsmax is out with its 2015 list of the top 100 doctors who embrace and practice alternative, integrative, and complementary medicine.
A Culture Vulture’s Guide to Santa Fe
There’s no one right way to describe Santa Fe. It’s the capital of New Mexico, the oldest state capital in the U.S., and the country’s third-largest art market -- behind New York and Los Angeles. Spanish for Holy Faith, Santa Fe might be better known, though, for its self-proclaimed slogan, the “City Different.” And the destination, which is perched 7,000 above sea level, irrefutably does things differently. It’s certainly historic -- visitors can get a glimpse into its storied past while stopping by several neighborhoods, especially the downtown Plaza area and Railyard District, seeing its museums, tackling its nature trails, and simply by chatting up the friendly locals. It packs in flavor, too -- you may…
State begins rolling out six-year driver licenses on February 10
Beginning February 10, all new driver license applicants will receive a license that’s valid for six years, as the Department of Licensing starts transitioning from a five-year to a six-year driver…