UPDATE: Police Block Off Wooded Area in Search for Missing Child 10:27 a.m. Update: Prichard police have blocked off a wooded area in the search for Hiawayi Robinson, 8, of Prichard. Prichard Police Chief Michael Rowland says the department responded around 10 p.m. Tuesday night and issued a nationwide search through ... 09/17/2014 - 3:00 pm | View Link
Suspect's car, police cruiser hit by train after chase in Blair Co. Police said that's when both the driver's car and the cruiser got stuck on the tracks. Both cars were then hit by an approaching Norfolk Southern train. Every one made it out okay, but police said Joseph Labianca of Virginia was arrested for the pursuit. 09/15/2014 - 4:35 am | View Link
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Police analyzing evidence taken from Massage Center A day after police and FBI agents raided the Massage Center at 1320 W Maple Street ... Massage Center location in Suffield Township at the same time as the North Canton raid. Strausser said his detectives will meet with Portage County sheriff’s ... 03/14/2014 - 8:51 am | View Link
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Tyson may have decided to stop feeding antibiotics to birds at hatcheries, but it’s still using the drugs for “disease prevention” at chicken farms. When it comes to reducing the enormous amount of antibiotics being fed to animals solely for growth-promotion, just about any news is good news. So we welcome today’s announcement from Tyson that it will cease using antibiotics in its hatcheries, but still have concerns about the drugs being fed to birds once they leave the hatchery.
The chicken giant said today that it has “successfully developed and tested new protocols that will enable us to discontinue the use of antibiotics in our hatcheries.”
According to the company, one of the main reasons for making this change is that the antibiotic Tyson typically used in hatcheries is important to human health.
The over-use of antibiotics leads to the development of drug-resistant pathogens, so using a drug that is important to human health just to fatten up chickens ends up putting human lives at risk.
Our lingering concern is in Tyson’s statement about antibiotic use in chickens after they leave the hatcheries.
“[W]e sometimes use FDA-approved antibiotics in the feed, but only when prescribed by a veterinarian to treat or prevent disease,” reads the statement.
Once again, we come up against the “disease prevention” excuse.
Generally I can entertain myself very easily and sit on a computer for long hours, work, study, or learn something new. Recently i'm sharing space with my girlfriend, and generally I do my thing and she does her thing, and sometimes we watch a show together or movie, but we don't share too much in common.
(iFixit)You can save money and extend the useful life of your out-of-warranty gadgets by repairing them yourself, but should you? iFixit, provider of free repair guides and seller of parts and tools, buys the latest devices and tears them apart, assigning them a “repairability score.” They report that some design changes make the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus the most repairable iPhones ever.
Of course, “most repairable iPhone ever” isn’t saying very much.
Clear plastic wrap is both really convenient and really wasteful. However, Vermont farmer Sarah Kaeck has developed a truly ingenious solution this food wrap waste problem with an all natural product called Bee’s Wrap. These washable and reusable organic cotton sheets are infused with a mix of beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin.
DALLAS, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Five Dallas-area students were being monitored for possible exposure to Ebola after coming into contact with a man being treated for the disease at a Texas hospital, officials said at a news conference on Wednesday. "The students did not have any symptoms and so the odds of them passing on any sort of virus is very low," Mike Miles, Dallas Independent School District superintendent, told the news conference.