May is Asthma Awareness Month. The United States Environmental Protection Agency is encouraging Americans to take action against asthma by learning more about the disease and how it affects their families and communities.
Think you're safe from norovirus, the nasty bug behind the stomach flu, if you steer clear of someone who has it?
Think again. Researchers in Oregon investigating an outbreak of stomach flu among some young soccer players learned the virus can hitch a ride on those reusable plastic bags many of us have gotten accustomed to carrying to and from the store.
About 3 dozen demonstrators rallied outside the Hamilton County Courthouse Wednesday to protest Common Pleas Judge Norbert Nadel's ruling last week regarding the Anna Louise Inn. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg reports on the dispute between the inn's supporters and the Cincinnati company that covets the property on the eastern edge of downtown.
One of the most infamous ships still sailing can't dock at its final resting place just yet.
India's Supreme court has ruled that the Exxon Valdez (now called the Oriental Nicety) cannot enter a scrap yard in the western state of Gujarat until its owners can prove the tanker has been cleaned of mercury, arsenic, asbestos, residual oil and other potential contaminants.
The Home Builders Association of Dayton will be celebrating the first Eco-Rehabarama with a ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow. Executive Director Walt Hibner says ten homes in the Huber Heights neighborhood have been gutted and completely restored, featuring low maintenance eco-friendly designs . WNKU’s Matt Kelley asked Hibner why the they chose Huber Heights this year. ( for more information go to www.HBADayton.com)
Attorney William T. Gibbs (left), and Tregg Duerson, son of former Chicago Bears player Dave Duerson, announce the filing of a wrongful death lawsuit against the NFL on Feb. 23 in Chicago. The lawsuit accuses the NFL of negligently causing the brain damage that led Duerson to take his own life at 50, by not warning him of the negative effects of concussions.
Even as the great, sad Junior Seau killed himself, more and more other old football players are joining in class action to sue the National Football League. They're claiming, generally, that while the NFL understood — for years — how vulnerable its players were to head injuries, the league did not sufficiently warn players about the danger of concussions.
Nor did the teams first do no harm — instead, allowing players to go back into games when they should have been kept out of the action.