Today Paul Pepper and DARRAN ALBERTY, D&H Drugstore, talk about new Tylenol recommendations. Also, CINASEE TAPEE and TREVOR DUCHEKE, Calvary Lutheran High School, invite us to a showing of the documentary about WWI's last survivor, Frank Buckles. March 13, 2014
Originally published on Thu March 13, 2014 2:40 pm
Attorney General Eric Holder is backing a proposal to shorten sentences for nonviolent drug dealers in an effort reduce federal spending on prisons.
Holder appeared before the United States Sentencing Commission on Thursday to announce his support of the panel's recommendations to trim federal guidelines for sentencing of drug traffickers to 51 months from 62 months.
JuJu Harris is the author of <em><a href="http://arcadiafood.org/order-arcadia-mobile-market-seasonal-cookbook">The Arcadia Mobile Market Seasonal Cookbook</a>. A</em> former recipient of government food assistance, she now teaches healthy eating skills to low-income families in Washington, D.C.
Credit Courtesy of Molly M. Peterson
Baked oatmeal with blueberries, one of the recipes featured in<em> The Arcadia Mobile Market Seasonal Cookbook</em>. "It's possible to eat healthy on a budget," Harris says. "Not easy, but possible."
Originally published on Thu March 13, 2014 5:56 pm
JuJu Harris didn't set out to write a cookbook, but then again, she didn't set out to raise seven children or accept public assistance to feed them, either. Harris always wanted to work with nature.
"My dream job was, I was going to grow up and be a national park ranger," she says. It didn't quite work out that way. She drifted from job to job in Oakland, Calif., where she was born. At 32, she joined the Peace Corps, traveling to Paraguay to help local farmers improve their crops.
Originally published on Thu March 13, 2014 5:00 pm
House budget writers have passed Missouri's state budget for Fiscal Year 2015, which begins July 1.
The roughly $28 billion spending plan still includes a funding increase for the state's K-12 schools, which would be around $122 million if projections by House and Senate Republican leaders turn out to be correct. If Gov. Jay Nixon's rosier revenue picture turns out to be correct, then K-12 spending would increase by $278 million.
Originally published on Thu March 13, 2014 2:44 pm
The nation's entire power grid could be blacked out for months if as few as nine of the nation's 55,000 electric substations were put out of commission by saboteurs, The Wall Street Journal writes, citing a "previously unreported" study by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.