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Marcellus Shale drilling is ripping up roads. The sediment from the roads winds up in streams and ruins the ecosystem. The Center for Dirt and Gravel Road Studies at Penn ...
Around the world, bees continue to disappear and scientists still don’t quite know why. This week regulatory agents, bee keepers, agricultural chemical companies, and ...
Penn State Students Make Big Archaeological Find
It’s not often that groups of undergrads get to make big archaeological discoveries. But a group of Penn State students has done just that. WPSU’s Emily Reddy takes us to ...
Barbecue Sales Up Despite Recession
Dave Gio added barbecue sales to his roadside gas station/convenience store a few years ago. Now ribs and pork are where he makes most of his profits.
Interview with the Star of "Telling Amy's Story," a Documentary Airing Nationally on Public Telev...
WPSU's Emily Reddy interviews the narrator and star of "Telling Amy's Story." The movie documents the signs of domestic violence in the years leading up to her death at the ...
Police Stakeout Facebook
The nation is a-Twitter about privacy concerns on social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace. Teens and young adults often post details of their mischief on these ...
Sunday in the Park with George
A behind-the-scenes look at a staging of the play "Sunday in the Park with George."
Counting the "Hard to Count" in the Census
Central Pennsylvania has huge groups of students (at universities like Penn State) and rural residents. The census generally has a hard time getting these groups to submit ...
Selling Organics in a Tough Economy
Local organic growers say, despite their higher prices, customers are staying pretty loyal in this tough economy. Visits to a local farm and a sustainable agriculture ...
With the economy crumbling, college loans are few and far between. Students across the commonwealth wonder how they will pay for school. WPSU news intern Sahar Durali investigates.