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Biofuel groups envision ethanol-powered jets. But fueling the effort has not been easy
Biofuel groups envision ethanol-powered jets. But fueling the effort has not been easy

Farming and biofuels organizations are hopeful that ethanol could be used to power passenger jets, but making that dream a reality hasn’t been easy.

Much of U.S. braces for extreme weather, from southern heat wave to possible snow in the Rockies

Much of U.S. braces for extreme weather, from southern heat wave to possible snow in the Rockies

Much of the U.S. is bracing for extreme weather - especially high temperatures — this weekend and into next week.

Some hawking stem cells say they can treat almost anything. They can't

Some hawking stem cells say they can treat almost anything. They can't

Attorneys general across the U.S. have a new fight on their hands: protecting Americans from unproven and expensive stem cell treatments that salespeople claim can cure almost anything.

A Christian group teaches public school students during the school day. Their footprint is growing

A Christian group teaches public school students during the school day. Their footprint is growing

An Ohio-based Christian nonprofit that organizes off-campus Bible classes for public school students has taken off in Indiana since the state passed legislation forcing school districts to comply.

A new Nebraska law makes court diversion program available to veterans. Other states could follow

A new Nebraska law makes court diversion program available to veterans. Other states could follow

Those seeking to keep military veterans out of jails and prisons are shining a spotlight on a new Nebraska law that makes judicial diversion available to veterans statewide.

Florida and Kansas are accusing 2 people of forging signatures for petition drives

Florida and Kansas are accusing 2 people of forging signatures for petition drives

Florida and Kansas officials are accusing two petition circulators of forging voter signatures during campaigns to put an abortion rights measure to a vote in Florida and allow the No Labels party to put candidates on the Kansas ballot.

Nebraska funeral home discovers hospice patient was still alive hours after being declared dead

Nebraska funeral home discovers hospice patient was still alive hours after being declared dead

Authorities say a Nebraska funeral home discovered that a 74-year-old hospice patient who was declared dead by her nursing home was actually still alive.