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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Some Michigan lawmakers are making another attempt to change the state's high school graduation requirements, which they argue do not provide flexibility to allow students to pursue career and technical education programs....
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana crop conditions continue to deteriorate daily as the drought worsens to a level not seen since 1988. During a news conference at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Thursday, Purdue Extension corn specialist Bob Nielsen said the state&...
NEW YORK (AP) — The nation's schools districts are turning up their noses at "pink slime," the beef product that caused a public uproar this year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the majority of states participating in its National School...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Know that dry, crunchy sound you get walking across a watered lawn? If you don't, you probably will soon. According to the weekly compiled map by the National Drought Mitigation Center, much of the Michiana region is either in drought or...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Six new human embryonic stem cell lines derived at the University of Michigan are available for federal research. University of Michigan Health System officials say in a release Thursday that researchers can begin using...
DENVER (Reuters) - An 85-square-mile (220-square-km) wildfire raging out of control for a week in northern Colorado has destroyed 181 homes, ranking it as the most destructive blaze in state history, fire officials said on Saturday. The so-called High...
WSBT TV ReporterThis weekend's rainfall may have helped some people, but other parts of our area saw virtually nothing. Is it enough to cause concern over how much water you’re using and are some areas in danger of running low? The short answer is no. From...
NEW BUFFALO, Mich. (AP) — An Asian insect that kills hemlock trees by sucking out their sap has turned up in Michigan's southwestern corner. The state Department of Agriculture and Rural Development announced Wednesday that hemlock woolly adelgid...
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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan health officials have announced two confirmed and five suspected E. coli cases in the state. The state departments of Community Health and Agriculture and Rural Development said Friday they're issuing a public...
It’s a controversial topic some call dog breeding and others call puppy mills, and we’ve been following one local breeder since 2008. Elkhart County’s zoning board decided Thursday that man will not be able to add an additional 41...
STEVENSVILLE, Mich. – The use of stem cells has become quite the debate in this country, but what about using them to help our pets? Veterinarians are now injecting stem cells into animals to fix a host of problems. One veterinarian in...
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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSome ailing pets are getting help from their body's own stem cells, thanks to scientific progress. Western Veterinary Clinic on Monday removed a small bit of fat from the abdomen of Arrow, a 12-year-old golden retriever who has hip dysplasia and...
Tags: Chiropractic, Pets
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