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Common antibiotics like penicillin, needed for kids with sickle cell, are becoming scarce, even as the FDA says there isn’t a shortage.
Some residents want to leave a pond to beavers; others want it drained for snowmobile trails.
NOAA found that when ships decreased their speed during migration times, whale fatalities were cut in half.
A highly poisonous, hard-to-eradicate species of mushroom has found its way from Europe to California and Idaho.
Researchers are broadcasting recorded bird calls to try to bring secretive rails to prime habitat where they can feed and mate.
Seagrass is the bedrock of the marine food chain. That makes it an important habitat to protect.
Piping plovers face a myriad of threats: predators, flooding, and human development. But volunteers are intervening to help them survive.
Woodlake, CA has no stoplights, one fast-food restaurant, and seven cannabis businesses.
Governor Greg Abbott instructed state agencies to prosecute families providing essential gender-affirming treatment, putting kids at risk.
At the World Championship Sled Dog Derby, warm weather played an unwanted star role.
Harvest Public Media and Investigate Midwest find corporations have given colleges at least $170 million in the last decade. How does that influence their research?
After two decades, wind farms in Kansas take stock of how the state has changed—and what challenges lie ahead.