April 2, 2024

From the Recycling Bin to the Landfill: The Major Flaw in Plastic Recycling

Reports estimate that less than 6 percent of plastic in the United States is recycled, pointing to the impracticality of recycling on a large scale. People may be putting plastic into recycling bins, but most of it generally ends up in landfills or incinerated. Yet the demand for more plastic production continues—at a growing cost […]

April 2, 2024

Attorney: Chiefs’ Rice cooperating with police after sports car crash in Dallas

DALLAS — An attorney for Kansas City Chiefs player Rashee Rice said Monday that the wide receiver is cooperating with authorities after a speeding Corvette and Lamborghini sport utility vehicle caused a chain-reaction crash on a busy Dallas highway over the weekend. A total of six vehicles were involved in the crash shortly before 6:30 […]

April 1, 2024

Young Paramedics Faced With Dead Bodies in Rio Grande Struggle to Cope

EAGLE PASS, Texas—Mass illegal immigration is pushing rescue crews in this small Texas border town close to their breaking point. The mighty Rio Grande has become a river of misery for Eagle Pass Fire Chief Manuel Mello III and his 52 first responders. His medics sometimes confide: “Chief, I’m sick and tired of going out […]