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Bug-repellent wristbands? Victoria’s Secret perfume? That old standby DEET? A look at the newest — and the tried-and-truest — methods of keeping skeeters from biting.
Punk and metal are vital musical forms that are alive and well in Athens County. Last year, Casa Nueva’s “Metal” Mike Lannan threw the first Athens Punk and Metal Fest… Read More
China is cutting tariffs on vehicles from the U.S. and other countries after President Trump railed against the imbalance in trade tariffs. The cuts could help German automakers as well as Tesla.
Hawaii is about to ban the sale of sunscreens containing certain chemicals that have been shown to harm coral reefs. Environmentalists urge a switch to mineral-based products.
Developers say they understand why teachers would be skeptical. But, they insist, computers already drive cars and detect cancer, so they can certainly handle grading students’ essays.
Antibiotics are one of the greatest achievements of modern medicine. But they come with a catch: If you abuse them, you lose them.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Gov. Jim Justice says the state of West Virginia ended the last fiscal year with a budget surplus of roughly $28.7 million. The Republican governor said… Read More
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration says dental and vision coverage is being cut for nearly a half-million Kentuckians due to a ruling that rejected the state’s Medicaid… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Counties would split nearly $115 million to replace voting machines around the state under a bill approved by the Ohio Legislature. Money for the new equipment… Read More
Andrés Manuel López Obrador ran on a platform of rooting out corruption, helping the dispossessed and defending Mexico against President Trump.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A coal waste plant at risk of shutting down in West Virginia is hoping to stay open through state proceedings. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the Grant… Read More