The northern plains, especially the Dakotas, are home to about half of the country's honey bee hives during the summer. It's been a good place for bees because they can gather nectar and pollen from so many wildflowers. But the landscape of the area is becoming less bee-friendly, and the consequences could be felt as far away as the almond groves of California, which depend on those same bees for pollination.
If you've ever had a painful sinus infection, all you want is relief — fast!
So off to the doctor you go, and, as often as not, you get a prescription for an antibiotic.
Three days later, you start to feel a little better. "Thank goodness for amoxicillin!" you might say. Well, probably not quite like that, unless you're a nerdy health blogger, but you'd be saying something nice about getting a prescription from your doctor.
Melissa Block speaks with Eric Heginbotham — senior political scientist at RAND — about China's military capability today, how it's developed over time and what the Chinese make of ramped-up attention from the US.
A move to allow a few more farm animals inside city limits is under discussion in Lexington. An ordinance that permits goats and pigs is under review by a council committee. Lara Doth de-Martinez is a member of the newly formed Bluegrass Goat Justice League. “They can provide milk, they can provide fiber if you get a fiber goat..companionship..a lot of entertainment..and if one so chooses a source of meat as well,” said de-Martinez.
Democratic Congressman Ben Chandler will have several new Kentucky counties to get familiar with as he fights for a fifth term in office. A new legislative district map now includes all of Scott County and part of Harrison County in the 6th District, as well as Nicholas, Robertson, Fleming, Bath, Menifee, and Wolfe counties.
Sometimes I wonder: Do the members of young indie-rock bands know that they're walking stereotypes? There's the scruffy dude who's obsessed with everything vintage and analog, the Pavement-worshiping, whiny-voiced lead singer, the rhythm section that knows its way around every oddity recorded by The Kinks. That's pretty much how I pegged the Philadelphia sextet Dr.