Special Report: How Engineers Are Preparing for Sea
As sea levels rise—compounding coastal problems such as erosion, storm surge and tidal flooding—engineers are changing the way they work, using adaptive design and new technologies to prepare for an uncertain future
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
Albumin: An Important Marker for Kidney Patients
What is albumin? Albumin is a type of protein in your blood. If you are a dialysis patient, it is one of the key blood...
Four sinkholes open up at Top of the Rock golf course
Representative says Department of Natural Resources is evaluating the situation.
Warm February Concerning, But Fruit Growers Shouldn’t Panic
Spring appears to be arriving well before its official March 20 start date across almost the entire Southeast, from San Antonio to Atlanta to Washington, DC, and is likely to keep rolling north, already bringing surprising signs of spring to portions of the central Midwest and northeastern states. That’s according to a new set of scientifically backed maps produced by the USA National Phenology Network (NPN), which is led by the U.S. Geological Survey, showing just how unusually early spring is arriving in the U.S. According to NPN, spring is now making an appearance in coastal California, southern Nevada, southeastern Colorado, central Kansas, Missouri, southern Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. And it’s rolling up across West Virginia…