WFTS: What To Know About How Red Tide Impacts Health
A Florida doctor says he's seen an increase in patients battling symptoms associated with red tide.
Ethical concerns over bill reducing prison sentence for organ donation
Two Massachusetts legislators say shortening prisoners' sentences in exchange for organ donation would help those in need.By Molly Riley / AP
Deadly earthquake exacerbates suffering of displaced Syrians
The deadly 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Turkey near the Syrian border has hit hard in areas that house millions of war-displaced Syrians.By Depo Photos / AP
Europe bans Russian diesel, other oil products over Ukraine
The new sanctions create uncertainty about prices as the European Union finds new supplies of diesel from the U.S., Middle East and India.By Michael Probst / AP
Adele, longtime fan of Dwayne Johnson, finally meets him at Grammys
"Adele, meet The Rock. The Rock, meet Adele! For the first time ever!”By Chris Pizzello / Invision / AP
Why do blockbuster movies cost so much to make?
Hollywood wasn’t always a high-rollers club. In 1913, Universal produced "Traffic In Souls" for $5,700. But as the industry expanded, so did costs.By AP
Sen. Kaine discusses President's address, economy, reelection and more
Sen. Kaine speaks with Scripps News ahead of President Joe Biden's State of the Union address.By John C. Clark / AP