Published August 05, 2011
The record-breaking heat can be dangerous and even deadly. Here's an innovative new way to prevent heat-related deaths
Published July 04, 2011
The police department in Walls, Mississippi may only have five officers on its force but nothing gets by them thanks to a small piece of technology recording every traffic stop and legal encounter.
Published May 03, 2011
Despite improvements in air quality and decreases in cigarette smoking, the number of Americans diagnosed with asthma is on the rise, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Published April 25, 2011
In some much needed good news for the local economy, an influx of military personnel into the Florida Panhandle has created something of a real estate boom. Just a year after taking a hit in tourism as a result of the BP oil spill, these new arrivals are coming at a good time for local businesses.
Published March 28, 2011
Things are looking up for one Nashville baking company, all thanks to an innovative CEO and trays of warm biscuits. Like so many companies across the nation, The Tennessee Bun Company's sales started to plummet in 2008. The outlook was grim; CEO Cordia Harrington was getting ready to cut hours and cut employees.
Published March 26, 2011
Should prisoners be allowed to use Facebook or Twitter or have a MySpace page? One South Carolina state lawmaker says, absolutely not, and he is trying to make it punishable by law if they are caught using social media sites.
Published March 16, 2011
The attacks sound like a scene from the thriller, The Town, a popular movie directed by Ben Affleck. But this is no movie.
Published March 14, 2011
An examination of state budgets has revealed that most states, despite spending more money overall on education, they are spending three to four times more per capita incarcerating prisoners than they are educating students.
Published March 05, 2011
Hundreds of college grads are fighting hard for a job this weekend. More than 61 colleges from all over the nation, including Canada, have sent their highest-performing students to compete at the National Collegiate Sales Competition.
Published February 09, 2011
In high school and college, coaches give their players plenty of tools to help guide them through life – mentorship, support and the drive to be the very best at everything they do. But a college baseball coach in North Carolina literally gave one of his players the gift of life