Georgians Encouraged to Speak Out on Carbon Pollution
July 28, 2014
ATLANTA – Georgians have a chance to speak up about new rules to reduce carbon pollution that's linked to health problems and climate change.
This week, the Environmental Protection Agency hosts public hearings in Atlanta and three other cities on the agency’s proposed standards to curb carbon ...
Not Much of a Holiday for Manatees, Sea Turtles Avoiding Boaters
July 2, 2014
BRUNSWICK, Ga. – This weekend, thousands of boaters will be enjoying the Georgia coast, but they're not the only ones. Manatees are also quite common this time of year, as they migrate to their feeding and resting areas for the summer, and getting hit by boats is the leading cause of their injuries ...
Consumers Eat Up Gluten-Free Trend, Nutrition Lessons Served on the Side
June 30, 2014
GRIDLEY, Calif. - The gluten-free industry is pegged at more than $23 billion a year - with sales up more than 16 percent over the past year. The lure of that market share means gluten-free products are common on store shelves. Mary Waldner founded Mary's Gone Crackers more than 10 years ago to ...