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  • Changes linked to Alzheimer's disease evident even in young brains

    Changes linked to Alzheimer's disease evident even in young brains
    Scientists know that Alzheimer’s disease gains a foothold in a patient’s brain years before he or she first stashes car keys in the freezer, or gets lost coming home from the store. But a new study suggests that the changes in the brain that...
  • Report: Oregon wolves up, livestock attack cases down

    An annual report finds that wolves continued to grow in numbers and spread across Oregon in 2014, while livestock-attack cases were down. The report released Tuesday by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will be a key document as the state Fish...
  • Nineteen manatees rescued from drainage pipe in Florida

    Nineteen manatees rescued from drainage pipe in Florida
    Nineteen manatees were rescued from a drainage system in Florida after a 10-hour mission that involved digging up a portion of roadway and sawing open a large pipe. The mission could be one of the largest manatee rescues on record, said Brandon Basino,...
  • Lake County expands culling program to thin its deer herd

    Lake County expands culling program to thin its deer herd
    Lake County's efforts to preserve local ecology by controlling the deer population has spread — following the animals — into more forest preserves in the system, and the effort has led to a deer cull tallying more than 200 this year. Based...
  • Eco-summit in Naperville focuses on region's river network

    Eco-summit in Naperville focuses on region's river network
    The region's rivers are on the mend. That's good news for those who live in northern Illinois, and downstream too. The improvement isn't dramatic, however. There is still work to be done, much of it aimed at reversing the side effects of growth,...
  • Why you crave junk food after smoking marijuana

    Why you crave junk food after smoking marijuana
    Researchers from Yale University believe they have deciphered the neurological mechanism that causes the "munchies," that inexplicable urge to eat that has led generations of marijuana users to consume untold numbers of nachos, Twinkies and Doritos. The...
  • Subs, drones part of South Florida flood-control plans

    Subs, drones part of South Florida flood-control plans
    Jaws emerge through murky waters, clamping down on an underwater photographer sent into a South Florida canal's unseen dangers. Yet the alligator bite doesn't affect this remote controlled, mini submarine, deployed by the South Florida Water Management...
  • Catch a weird fish? Send photo, win prize

    Catch a weird fish? Send photo, win prize
    If you catch anything strange in Florida waters over the next week, you might be eligible to win a prize. The Nonnative Fish Catch, Click and Submit Contest starts Saturday and runs through March 1, with prizes offered for the most species of non-native...
  • Coyotes proliferate despite year-round hunting

    There was no controversy here, deep in rural Clearfield County. Mosquito Creek Sportsmen's Association recently held its 24th annual coyote hunt. Almost 4,000 hunters registered to compete for nearly $40,000 in prize money. It's the oldest and biggest...
  • Alfred I. Daniel, pharmacologist

    Alfred I. Daniel, pharmacologist
    Alfred I. Daniel, who had a long career as a pharmacologist working for various pharmaceutical companies, died Feb. 26 at Howard County General Hospital. He was 80. The son of Leonard Daniel, who worked for the National Geographic Society, and Emily...
  • Where's the poop? Ants keep a tidy indoor toilet, scientists find

    Where's the poop? Ants keep a tidy indoor toilet, scientists find
    While an ant nest may not look much like a human home, they do have at least one feature in common: toilets. A team of researchers studying ant pooping patterns have discovered that ants like to deposit their business in specific corners of the nest....