- Few original Brownback cabinet secretaries remain Updated: Oct-13-15 10:53 am
TOPEKA, Kansas - Dennis Taylor throws on a headset and begins the call.
- Grain higher, livestock mixed Updated: Oct-13-15 10:49 am
CHICAGO - Grain futures were higher in early trading Tuesday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
- Abandoned Hamtramck house to become floral installation Updated: Oct-13-15 4:10 am
HAMTRAMCK, Michigan - The steady hum of freeway traffic flows down I-75 as a nearby house, forgotten by time, sits empty.
- Idaho potato crop high in quality, but prices drop Updated: Oct-11-15 7:37 pm
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho - Eastern Idaho potato farmers had a strong crop this year, but a recent drop in prices has some growers concerned.
- Baker culinary student wins top state award Updated: Oct-09-15 5:39 am
PORT HURON, Michigan - Calie Nelson likes food.
- American Airlines crew talks about flight with pope Updated: Oct-07-15 4:47 pm
FORT WORTH, Texas - It was an airplane flight that changed Jeff Gross's life.
- Indiana teacher was migrant worker like those she now helps Updated: Oct-05-15 8:22 am
KOKOMO, Indiana - Catarina Soliz was on the move from the day she was born.
- Pharmacy-turned-diner opens up in Georgia town Updated: Oct-03-15 3:33 pm
NEWNAN, Georgia - Coweta continues to embrace changes in the community, particularly in Newnan, as several memorable venues are "upcycled" to become new again. On Sep. 24, the city celebrated the grand opening of Boomers and the transformation of Hospital Discount Pharmacy into a new, hip eatery.
- Ohioans make extra cash selling homegrown ginseng Updated: Oct-03-15 11:19 am
RUTLAND, Ohio - To the unpracticed eye, the cluster of green leaves poking up from the forest floor looked like any other plant.
- Nebraska couple maintains 13-acre alpaca farm Updated: Oct-03-15 10:40 am
FORT CALHOUN, Nebraska - Sheri Jacoby remembers the first time she saw an alpaca.
- Grape juice surplus driving down prices for 2015 harvest Updated: Oct-02-15 5:33 pm
NORTH EAST, Pennsylvania - The Concord grape harvest is under way, but North East Township farmer Chester Sceiford isn't expecting big things.
- Ceremony Saturday for Buffalo Bayou Park in Houston Updated: Oct-01-15 2:46 pm
HOUSTON - Buffalo Bayou has been abused almost from the moment the Allen brothers came ashore in 1836. Cypresses that helped secure the banks were logged early on, and for most of the 20th century, the polluted waterway reeked.
- Bahrain ends meat, poultry subsidies amid oil price slide Updated: Oct-01-15 11:42 am
MANAMA, Bahrain - The tiny island kingdom of Bahrain has ended its government subsidies on meat and poultry products as countries across the Persian Gulf scramble to deal with low global oil prices.
- Keeping an eye on migrating monarchs Updated: Oct-01-15 5:01 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - If you've noticed butterflies flitting from flower to flower recently, one of them may be a monarch getting ready to begin its migratory journey to Mexico. This year, there may be more monarch butterflies ready to make that trek, due to the efforts of some local women.
- EXCHANGE: Oglesby farmer finds new ways to diversify Updated: Sep-30-15 6:13 am
OGLESBY, Illinois - So you think farmers around here don't diversify?
- Yellowstone's 2nd-largest geyser erupts for nearly an hour Updated: Sep-29-15 2:20 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - One of Yellowstone National Park's largest geysers shot to life early Monday morning, an eruption that would have occurred in the dark if not for a full moon.
- Farmer's invention to go into production next year Updated: Sep-29-15 5:01 am
LOGANSPORT, Indiana - Combining combines: Logansport farmer's invention to go into production next year
- Kalamazoo schools mentors African-American males Updated: Sep-29-15 4:11 am
KALAMAZOO, Michigan - About 180 men who work for Kalamazoo Public Schools have agreed to serve as mentors this year in an effort to improve outcomes for males students, particularly those who are African-American.
- Opal dispute involves Austin, Texas, and Adelaide, Australia Updated: Sep-28-15 6:48 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - Where to begin with this story?
- Research making progress at Land Institute Updated: Sep-28-15 10:45 am
SALINA, Kansas - For several years, David Van Tassel has dreaded the presentations Land Institute scientists give during the annual Prairie Festival; plant breeding is a slow, incremental process that takes years.
- At 92 years old, Perryville man has seen a lot of life Updated: Sep-27-15 10:16 am
PERRYVILLE, Kentucky - Raymond Hall is a staple in Perryville.
- Alba exchange students experience Southern Oregon culture Updated: Sep-27-15 6:16 am
MEDFORD, Oregon - The roads are wide. The cars are slow. The coffee is terrible. The people are fat. The area is spacious. In-N-Out is good. Strangers are friendly. Crater Lake is beautiful.
- What it takes to make a corn maze in Paradise Updated: Sep-26-15 5:07 pm
PARADISE, Pennsylvania - Twenty years ago, the Coleman family tried something completely new on their Paradise Township farm.
- Kentucky farmer attempts to re-create pig bygone breed Updated: Sep-26-15 11:48 am
MOUNT OLIVET, Kentucky - At 10 a.m. there are a lot of mouths to feed at Two Forks Farm in Robertson County.
- Media personality finds her 'most authentic self' in farming Updated: Sep-26-15 11:46 am
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - A diminutive Karlen Evins walks from her vegetable garden to the reassembled church in which she lives, her arms full of just-picked corn, tomatoes, herbs and okra, and drops them on her kitchen counter.