How to slash your power bill by using solar panels
Retired engineer Bruce Duckett shares his experience with the simplicity of having solar panels installed and generating about one-third of his power needs, cutting his electrical bill by that much. He financed them with no money down, federal tax
For the first time since 1939, a corpse flower, or amorphophallus titanum, at The New York Botanical Garden, grew, bloomed and collapsed, say officials. See the whole process, which lasted from July 22 to August 1, 2016, in this timelapse video.
The temperature, how you arrange the food, and how often you clean the inside of your refrigerator and freezer can affect your health. Jeff Olsen speaks with a registered dietitian from the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program about a plan for a hea
Chip and Joanna Gaines, hosts of the wildly popular HGTV’s “Fixer Upper”, talked with the media prior to making their appearance Saturday at the Greater Kansas City Home Show at Bartle Hall. Chip explained why he'd live in Kansas City, MO if he di
Thousands of people flocked to the National Mall to see the cherry blossom trees in peak bloom last weekend. The National Park Service declares peak bloom when 70 percent of the trees have white or pink flowers blossoming. The four-week Cherry Blo
First Lady Jackie Kennedy began the tradition of placing a decorated Christmas tree in the Blue Room at the White House. Since then, trees have come from all over the country to the most famous house in America, with North Carolina, Pennsylvania a
A collegiate summer league baseball coach was ejected after he stripped off his shirt and shoes during a Macon Bacon game to protest an umpire’s call. He lashed out after a strikeout ended the seventh inning in a game against the Gastonia Grizzlies
The North Highland Neighborhood Association held a children's parade to a Little Free Library on North Avenue to place an Alexander III dedication plaque that dates back to the opening of the school in 1910.
Middle Georgia peach growers rely on the H-2A guest worker program in which they can bus migrant workers up from Mexico to work in the orchards. Peach grower Robert Dickey said he worries about the future of the program.