• By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    IOWA HUNTER FACES DISABILITY BY CREATING CALL OF THE WILD

    Brandon Knopf climbed the career ladder to management by his 30s and built a home on prime land near Lake Red Rock. The bachelor spent...

    Golf
  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    PARKING LOT LEASE DEALS AT MCCAIN: A WHOLE NEW MALL GAME

    Ask what's new in shopping malls, and you'll hear of a trend that isn't in the mall at all. It's on the parking lot outside. Companies...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    OKLAHOMA CITY SEES INCREASE IN UNSHELTERED HOMELESSNESS

    Look high up under any highway overpass near downtown Oklahoma City, and there's a good chance you'll see tarps, sleeping bags and...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    SWISS VOTE ON BIDS TO IMPROVE FOOD QUALITY, PROTECT FARMERS

    Swiss voters are deciding on two separate proposals aimed to protect Swiss farmers more and ensure that food from both domestic and...

    Food
  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    TECHNOLOGY BRINGS FRESH LOOK TO UNSOLVED STARKVILLE MURDER

    Advances in technology have allowed Starkville police to put a face on a cold-case suspect. A DNA sample from a rape and double homicide...

    Technology
  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    AGRICULTURE PROGRAM TEACHES STUDENTS ABOUT GROWING, GIVING

    What once started out as a small garden behind the agriculture building at Rehobeth High School has grown - just like the seedlings...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    MAN MARKS 50 YEARS STILL ON JOB AT TIRE CORD FABRIC PLANT

    When Richard Jones, a graduate of Tennessee Valley High in Lawrence County, was hired at Goodyear Tire and Rubber, his plan was to...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    EXCHANGE: RED CROSS DRIVER KNEW THE VALUE OF A MORALE BOOST

    In 100 years that have shown extreme courage in World War II and a lifetime of commitment to her church and community, Jill Knappenberger...

    World
  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    DESPITE VALUE, LITTLE PROTECTION EXISTS FOR MIDWEST FARMLAND

    America has lost millions of acres of farmland over nearly three decades to urban and rural development. Despite conservation efforts...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    FOOD BUSINESS SCORING BIG AT COLLEGE STADIUMS

    In the 1970s, Amundsen Commercial Kitchens would deliver ice to the Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. President Cary Amundsen...

    Food
  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    OKLAHOMA CITY SEES INCREASE IN UNSHELTERED HOMELESSNESS

    Look high up under any highway overpass near downtown Oklahoma City, and thee's a good chance you'll see tarps, sleeping bags and blankets...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    PURDUE GRAPE TEAM OFFERS EXPERTISE BOOSTING INDIANA WINERIES

    Bruce Bordelon, professor of viticulture at Purdue University, is fretting about the weather. The state is getting way too much rain,...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    HOW GOOD CAN SCHOOL LUNCH BE? HERE'S WHAT AN $8 ONE IS LIKE

    The scent of fresh-baked biscuits filled the kitchen at Stratford Academy on a September morning. While one cafeteria helper loaded...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    MORTAR, MEDIC UNITS FINE TUNE TACTICS WITH TRAINING PROGRAM

    Army National Guard Reserve soldiers from throughout Louisiana braved record-high temperatures in July and donned combat gear and battled...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    NORFOLK STATE DOWNS SC STATE 17-7

    Juwan Carter threw for 281 yards and a touchdown and ran for a score and Norfolk State beat South Carolina State 17-7 on Saturday night....

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 23, 2018

    US SEEKS TO CURTAIL GREEN CARDS FOR IMMIGRANTS ON PUBLIC AID

    The Trump administration is proposing rules that could deny green cards to immigrants if they use Medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers...

    Food
  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 22, 2018

    COMPANIES TAKING THE FUTURE OF IT SERVICES TO THE SKIES

    Two New Mexico companies are hoping to use solar-powered, fixed wing unmanned aerial vehicles to create a service that gathers data...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 22, 2018

    CHINESE NAVY HOSPITAL SHIP DOCKS IN VENEZUELA AMID CRISIS

    A Chinese navy hospital ship docked near Venezuela's capital on Saturday as the OPEC nation's deepening economic crisis garners the...

    World, U.S.
  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 22, 2018

    US LAWMAKERS SCUTTLE PLAN TO LIMIT AIRLINE CHANGE FEES

    Lawmakers have scuttled a plan to prohibit airlines from charging "unreasonable" fees for changing or canceling tickets. But U.S. House...

    U.S.
  • By Miami Herald   -   Sep 22, 2018

    THE LATEST: WISCONSIN AUTHORITIES WHO SHOT AT GUNMAN NAMED

    The Latest on this week's shooting at a software company in Wisconsin : 4:05 p.m. Authorities have identified four officials who shot...