Two federal agencies responsible for monitoring the welfare of animals in research labs came to different conclusions about Georgia Regents University's compliance with the law.
...sitting in a refrigerated warehouse waiting to be flown to the Olympic village. Russian authorities say the U.S. Department of Agriculture has refused to provide a required certificate. LIGHTNING STRIKE: Canada picked a healthy Tampa Bay Lightning...
A kidnap threat - delivered via a letter in German - that names a pair of female Austrian athletes is not regarded as an 'acute threat' by the Austrian Olympic Committee at this time.
...or create a backpack program that sends children home with meals for the weekend.Grants, funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in the amount of $4,000 to $20,000, can be used for food preparation, equipment, supplies, storage...
BISHOP, Ga. -- A suspected electrical fire raged through the stable of a horse farm in Bishop early Friday morning killing 18 horses, destroying the barn and causing damage estimated at close to $1 million.
At 61, disabled and unemployed, Hattie DeWitt is one of many in the Augusta area who rely on pantries, soup kitchens and shelters that serve meals. Females, including children, receive more than half of food assistance.
To maintain access to federal research funding, Georgia Regents officials said Monday they will no longer purchase dogs from Class B dealers.
MILWAUKEE - The move was welcomed by many farmers but feared by scientists and environmentalists who worry it could invite growers to use more chemicals.
FORT MILL, S.C. -- The Guinness Book of World Records calls South Carolina peppers the hottest on Earth.
We know it was not Mother Nature or vandals who cut the derelict boats loose from the docks in downtown Augusta.