- Chill slows UP wolf hunt, hitting 43 quota doubted Updated: Dec-12-13 9:00 pm
- Protesters target meeting at megaload company Updated: Dec-12-13 8:10 pm
- Study: Food supplies drop in Lakes Huron, Michigan Updated: Dec-12-13 7:49 pm
- CERN votes to admit Israel as newest full member Updated: Dec-12-13 5:50 pm
- Harry Rosenthal, AP reporter, dies at 86 Updated: Dec-12-13 5:13 pm
- AP NewsBreak: Feds joins battle on citrus disease Updated: Dec-12-13 4:54 pm
- Medical test surprises: What should you be told? Updated: Dec-12-13 3:30 pm
- Sponges squeezed off oldest branch of animal tree Updated: Dec-12-13 2:39 pm
- Mild 2013 cuts Arctic a break, warming woes remain Updated: Dec-12-13 2:32 pm
- Animal care questioned at National Zoo amid cuts Updated: Dec-12-13 1:06 pm
- NASA suspects bad valve for space station trouble Updated: Dec-12-13 12:55 pm
- Swedish institute grants UND medicine $1.9 million Updated: Dec-12-13 11:46 am
- Group files complaint over RI research on pigs Updated: Dec-12-13 11:08 am
- Retired KGS scientist denies plagiarism Updated: Dec-12-13 9:52 am
- FBI descends on Baton Rouge charter school Updated: Dec-12-13 7:28 am
- Horse foal dies at National Zoo facility in Va. Updated: Dec-12-13 6:35 am
- Police search for clues in ex- professor's killing Updated: Dec-12-13 6:11 am
- W.Va. women in science group honored Updated: Dec-12-13 2:50 am
- Computer science education highlighted in W.Va. Updated: Dec-12-13 2:43 am
- NASA audit finds Google execs saved on jet fuel Updated: Dec-11-13 9:19 pm
- Judge rejects plan for Vegas to draw rural water Updated: Dec-11-13 7:53 pm
- Meteorite breaks up over southern Arizona Updated: Dec-11-13 6:12 pm
- Big Island volunteers control invasive trees Updated: Dec-11-13 6:12 pm
- Walker signs bill increasing high school credits Updated: Dec-11-13 5:55 pm
- Geminid meteor shower ramps up Friday night Updated: Dec-11-13 4:19 pm
MARQUETTE, Michigan - Michigan's recent frigid weather has slowed down the state's first wolf hunt in decades, and a state official says he doubts that the hunt will reach its quota of 43.
PORTLAND, Oregon - Protesters in the Portland suburb of Hillsboro interrupted a meeting Thursday at the headquarters of a moving company transporting a truckload of oil refinery equipment to a tar sands project in Canada.
TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - Food supplies for fish and other organisms are declining in some areas of the Great Lakes, particularly Lakes Huron and Michigan, according to a newly released scientific report.
GENEVA - The governing council of the world's top particle physics lab has unanimously voted to accept Israel as a full member.
WASHINGTON - Harry F. Rosenthal, an Associated Press writer who covered America's golden age of space exploration, presidents back to Harry Truman and whatever caught his impish eye in the stuffy halls of power, has died. He was 86.
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida - The federal government is getting involved in the fight against citrus greening disease, in hopes of saving Florida's - and possibly the entire nation's - citrus crop.
WASHINGTON - It's a growing side effect of modern medicine: A test for one condition turns up something completely unrelated. It might be a real danger, or an anxiety-provoking false alarm.
NEW YORK - Sponges are getting squeezed out of a distinctive role in evolution. A new study says they don't represent the oldest branch of the animal family tree after all.
WASHINGTON - The rapid melting in the Arctic eased up this year. But the government says global warming is still dramatically altering the top of the world, reducing the number of reindeer and shrinking snow and ice, while increasing certain fish and extending the growing season.
WASHINGTON - The Smithsonian's National Zoo has found serious problems with its animal care and management of various creatures kept in the Cheetah Conservation Station over the past year, and the zoo's director said Thursday that he is looking at changes to the operation amid budget cuts.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida - The astronauts aboard the International Space Station dimmed the lights, turned off unnecessary equipment and put off science work Thursday as NASA scrambled to figure out what's wrong with a key cooling unit.
GRAND FORKS, North Dakota - A renown Swedish health institute is giving the University of North Dakota medical school $1.9 million for a research project.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - An organization that opposes what it calls unethical experiments on animals has filed a complaint over research on pigs performed by Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital researchers.
LAWRENCE, Kansas - The University of Kansas has censured a former senior scientist in the Kansas Geological Survey after he was accused of plagiarism.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - State and federal agents descended upon the Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School and carted away boxes from the Baton Rouge school.
FRONT ROYAL, Virginia - The National Zoo says a Przewalski's (sheh-VAL-skee's) horse foal has died at its Conservation Biology Institute.
PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia police say a violent struggle preceded the fatal stabbing of a retired Villanova University professor in her apartment, but that they don't know yet if it stemmed from a personal dispute, a random attack or a robbery.
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia - The West Virginia chapter of the Association for Women in Science is being honored by its national organization.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is highlighting the importance and growing interest in computer science education in West Virginia.
SAN FRANCISCO - An aircraft fleet owned by Google's founders and former CEO received improper discounts on jet fuel that saved the three billionaires up to $5.3 million dating back to depths of the Great Recession in 2009, according to a government report released Wednesday.
LAS VEGAS - A Nevada judge has rejected crucial state approval needed for Las Vegas to draw water from rural valleys straddling the Nevada-Utah state line and pipe it south to slake the thirst of Sin City residents and tourists.
TUCSON, Arizona - Meteor hunters and scientists are scouring the Tucson area looking for fragments of a meteor.
HILO, Hawaii - Big Island volunteers are working to control an invasive tree known as the albizia.
MADISON, Wisconsin - Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that would increase requirements for high school math and science classes students would have to take for graduation.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida - It's time for the December sky show.