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  • When the U.S. and Russia tussle, American chickens often pay

    The feathers are really flying now. In response to U.S.-led sanctions against Russia, Moscow is banning imports of U.S. chicken. The order issued Wednesday is expected to block access to America’s third biggest poultry export market for a year....
  • Company Plans To Open Medical Marijuana Lab In Hartford

    ROCKY HILL — A Denver-based company specializing in providing testing services for marijuana products plans to open a Connecticut laboratory in Hartford. CannLabs Inc. signed a lease Aug. 1 to open a facility, its first in state, in the 75,000-...
  • Legendary Buys Felicia Day's Geek & Sundry

    Legendary Entertainment has acquired Felicia Day's digital network Geek & Sundry, and plans to develop both scripted and non-scripted TV projects and digital series with the company's founder and star. Financial terms were not disclosed but Geek & Sundry...
  • Maryland Avenue Park opens up in Tropico

    Maryland Avenue Park opens up in Tropico
    A new park in the Tropico neighborhood of Glendale that was a vacant lot for many years opened to the public on Tuesday. The half-acre Maryland Avenue Park is located at 812 S. Maryland Ave., to the east of the Brand Boulevard of Cars. The lot was...
  • Our geography, ourselves

    Our geography, ourselves
    What determines behavior? That's a question with a lot of partial answers. Upbringing. Genes. Brain chemistry. Peers. Sunday morning sermons. Inane values communicated in TV ads. The levels of various hormones in the fluid we marinated in as fetuses....
  • Tiger lilies also aren't native and are less invasive

    Q: I am a volunteer who is taking care of the Revolutionary War Memorial site at First and Market. The site is also referred to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. This summer I noticed plants that were coming up out of the brush behind the fence and another...
  • Caterpillar species intercepted at BWI airport in leaves carried by Jamaica passenger

    Caterpillar species intercepted at BWI airport in leaves carried by Jamaica passenger
    A caterpillar species never before seen in the Baltimore area and considered a potential threat to local agriculture production was intercepted at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol said Friday. The discovery of the...
  • Proposed pool moratorium sinks as City Council enacts new drought measures, fines

    As the City Council considered implementing new drought measures this week, one member threw out a suggestion: a moratorium on the construction of new swimming pools. The council has the power to create such a moratorium, but the idea quickly died on the...
  • Medical-pot growers could truck product to patients, new rule says

    Medical-pot growers could truck product to patients, new rule says
    TALLAHASSE — Florida marijuana dispensers could truck their product to patients, under a revised rule proposed by health regulators in advance of a workshop Friday about the state's legalization of a limited type of medical pot. Despite complaints...
  • More than 2,700 marijuana plants found in San Bernardino Mountains

    More than 2,700 marijuana plants found in San Bernardino Mountains
    Authorities discovered a massive marijuana grow of more than 2,700 plants Wednesday in the San Bernardino Mountains. The 4-foot to 6-foot-tall mature marijuana plants were growing below Panorama Point off state Highway 18 in Crestline, according to...
  • Panther comeback in Florida means lost cattle for ranchers, study finds

    The Florida panther nearly died out in the 1990s, but conservation efforts since then have more than quadrupled the number of the endangered cats -- and research shows that may be bad news for cattle ranchers. For centuries, more than 1,000 panthers,...