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Ask Dr. Universe: What food is sweet and good to eat?

It’s also good to remember that it’s not just sweet foods that have sugars. They’re in a lot of the foods we eat, like sliced bread, salad dressing, and ketchup, …


UPDATED: Sun., Oct. 29, 2017, 1:07 p.m.

TV host Hazen Audel will present ‘Survive the Wild’ at Fox Theater

Most people will need a few Google searches to peg where Hazen Audel has survived the elements in 2017.


New Florida law lets any resident challenge what’s taught in science classes

Any resident in Florida can now challenge what kids learn in public schools, thanks to a new law that science education advocates worry will make it harder to teach evolution …


Ask Dr. Universe: Chlorophyll makes plants green and creates the fuel they need to grow

Nadia asks: Why are plants green?


Turnbull’s fund-raising effort benefits 160 regional schools

The public views Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge as a sanctuary for migratory birds, elk, deer, moose and predators and a destination for hiking and outdoor photography.


Confluence Project lets science students get outdoors

MOUNT SPOKANE STATE PARK – Cass Hansen’s head just crested the top of a snow pit that she and other Post Falls High School students dug on Wednesday. The snow …


Science columnist to speak at Gonzaga

An internationally acclaimed scientist known for his work in evolutionary developmental biology will speak tonight at Gonzaga University’s annual O’Leary Lecture. Sean B. Carroll, a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor and …


Astronaut and teacher talks about lessons, challenges of space

Idaho schoolteacher Barbara Morgan was next in line to be NASA’s teacher in space when the first designee for that post, Christa McAuliffe, was killed in the Challenger space shuttle …