NASA's Kepler mission isn't over after all
More than a year after NASA declared the Kepler spacecraft broken beyond repair, scientists have figured out how to continue getting useful data.
Pregnancy also changes dads' hormones
A study from University of Michigan researchers found that expectant fathers see a decrease in testosterone as the baby's birth draws near.
Study links pollution to increased autism risk
Harvard researchers found children whose mothers were exposed to high pollution levels in the third trimester were twice as likely to develop autism.
Obesity can be workplace disability in the EU
An EU court ruling says employers and service providers can't discriminate against obese individuals and must make reasonable accommodations for them.
Arctic warming twice as fast as rest of planet
The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet, thanks in part to something called feedback.
Dirty Dining: PCI Bar & Grill closed for day
State inspectors shut down the Post Card Inn Bar and Grill for 24 hours on Dec. 10 after inspectors say they saw live roaches.
Dirty Dining: Clock Family Restaurant
Local restaurant open 24 hours a day had dozens of rodent droppings last month after just being shut down for a live rodent in the kitchen…
Ward says guardianship needs to be fixed
The I-Team has been exposing issues with Florida's professional guardianship system for more than a year, leading to changes in the law…
I-Team: VA whistleblower gives 1st TV interview
Javier Soto brought his concerns about the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to Congress last summer. While lawmakers study his testimony,…
Strippers lure students to for-profit college
There were some new developments Thursday involving for-profit colleges in Florida that have been accused of financially exploiting students.