More Headlines

Spacecraft's Shaky Descent Under Scrutiny

Posted: 04/23/2008 - While NASA managers await the results of a Russian engineering analysis to determine what went wrong during a returning Soyuz capsule's steep, off-course descent from the international space station Saturday, space experts around the world are discussing what may have been a much more serious problem than initially believed.

Read More

Experts Fear Nation's Waterways Need Rescuing - From Us

Posted: 04/23/2008 - Federal agencies, states, tribes and concerned citizens are spending millions of dollars and thousands of hours on waterway restoration projects to reverse decades of poor management and combat the mounting threats of population and climate change.

Read More

Thick Layers Of Snow Poised To Refresh Parched West

Posted: 04/23/2008 - Across the West this spring, the picture is similar, with abundant mountain snow in most areas promising runoff that will provide a break from the drought that has sporadically parched the region since late 1999.

Read More

Geological Survey Updates Earthquake Threat Map

Updated: 04/22/2008 - Following last week's earthquake in the Midwest, the U.S. Geological Survey has released a new set of maps and information with updated information regarding earthquake risk.

Read More

FCC chief again critiques Comcast net tactics

Posted: 04/22/2008 - The top U.S. communications regulator said on Tuesday that an investigation of how Comcast Corp manages its network had raised further concerns about tactics the company has used to restrict Internet users who share movies and other material.

Read More

Life expectancy falls in poorer U.S. counties: Study

Posted: 04/22/2008 - Life expectancy may have reached an all-time high for the United States, but it is declining in many poor counties, especially among women, researchers reported on Monday.

Read More

Scientists Study Arctic Haze For Clues To Rapid Melting

Posted: 04/22/2008 - Visitors to Alaska often marvel at the crisp, clear air. But the truth is, the skies above the Arctic Circle work like a giant lint trap during late winter and early spring, catching all sorts of pollutants swirling around the globe.

Read More

Some Grocery Stores soon will not use plastic bags

Posted: 04/22/2008 - Did you know Americans throw away one hundred billion plastic bags every year? That's 100-billion bags. And fewer than 1% are recycled. But now, many cities and retail chains are doing something about it.

Read More

Glacial Lake in Chile Empties

Posted: 04/22/2008 - Melting ice in southern Chile caused a glacial lake to swell and then empty suddenly, sending a "tsunami" rolling through a river, a scientist said on Thursday. No one was injured in the remote region.

Read More

Zebra Fish Genome

Posted: 04/22/2008 - Spanish scientists have found that zebra fish injected with human DNA at birth grow up to share 3,000 genome matches with humans, representing 80% of their DNA. It is thought this finding could lead to groundbreaking research into disease analysis and prevention.

Read More

New Mexico Fights To Protect The Lynx

Posted: 04/21/2008 - A coalition of conservation and animal protection groups on Monday sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to force it to extend federal protection to Canada lynx in New Mexico.

Read More

Search Expands For Chinese Fishermen

Posted: 04/21/2008 - Rescue officials expanded their search Sunday for 18 Chinese fishermen still missing after tropical storm Neoguri brushed over southern Hainan island this weekend.

Read More

Biofuels Under Attack as World Food Prices Soar

Updated: 04/21/2008 - Hailed until only months ago as a silver bullet in the fight against global warming, biofuels are now accused of snatching food out of the mouths of the poor.

Read More
WCTV 1801 Halstead Blvd. Tallahassee, FL 32309
Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability
Gray Television, Inc.