A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Awe Candy
Sometimes we come across sights that get us to stop and appreciate what we are looking at. We call these eye candy. Then there are views that stop our movement, yet take us someplace new.
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HEALTH BEAT When worlds collide: human, critter and virus
Two of the more intriguing health stories this past summer didn't involve rogue sharks, swine flu or any of the other usual suspects. The stars of this particular show were the hantavirus and the West... Posted on 9/26/12 at 8:47 AM
Some of the pilot whales that were stranded in the Florida Everglades swam out into deeper water on Thursday while rescuers tried to chase the rest out to sea by banging on pipes and revving their boat engines.
Noah Graham, after waking up to find his skull in the jaws of a wolf, fought off the animal and lived to tell the tale. Graham, 16, has a story to tell the rest of his life; a story about an incident that Chris Niskanen of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources called "extremely rare and unusual."
Late-spring snowstorms and frozen lakes are causing problems for migrating loons across northern Wisconsin where, in some cases, they have fallen out of the sky onto roads, farm fields and other places where they can’t take off.
NEAR WARREN, MN (WDAZ-TV) - Falcons known as American Kestrels are dwindling in numbers in Minnesota, and the Agassiz Audubon Society would like to change all that, starting near Warren, where the group built 10 boxes for the birds to nest.
GRAND FORKS (WDAZ-TV) - UND students and researchers are tracking rare birds in the area. On Wednesday they tagged three baby peregrine falcons, the offspring of one of only two known pairs of adults in the whole state.
GRAND FORKS (WDAZ-TV) - Coyotes have been spotted in the Grand Forks area and police want people to be cautious.
In the past month, officers have received more calls than usual from people seeing the coyotes.
ZANESVILLE, Ohio (AP) — Sheriff's deputies shot nearly 50 wild animals — including 18 rare Bengal tigers and 17 lions — in a big-game hunt across the Ohio countryside Wednesday after the owner of an exotic-animal park threw their cages open and committed suicide in what appeared to be one last act of spite against his neighbors and police.
Andy Brownfield, Kantele Franko
, October 19, 2011
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