KENNEWICK, Wash. — STEM educators are tasked with taking complex concepts and breaking them down so that young students can comprehend them. That's a tall task that becomes even more difficult without the proper funding to provide a hands-on experience.…
KENNEWICK, Wash. — A nationwide shortage of ventilators was one of the earliest roadblocks in the battle against COVID-19. Four electrical engineers at WSU Tri-Cities are…
In response to urging by a civil rights advocacy group, Pinterest and The Knot Worldwide, which owns prominent wedding platforms WeddingWire and the Knot, recently announced they were changing the way they feature wedding venues that romanticize former slave plantations.
A child prodigy from Belgium is on course to gain a bachelor's degree at the tender age of 9.
Dozens of Colorado female high school students gathered at Maxar Technologies for an event to encourage them to further their interests and capabilities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
A hotel in downtown Atlanta is reopening its doors to visitors after it closed last month so that health officials could investigate an outbreak of potentially deadly Legionnaires' disease linked to the premises.
In the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, Michael Nganga is watching a Chinese Kung Fu movie.
The growth of fuel-efficient and electric cars means Americans are paying fewer gas taxes. States, which use gas taxes to pay for road repairs and public transit, are raising taxes on about one in three drivers in America to make up for lost revenue.
DeWayne Craddock took a moment to brush his teeth at work, as he always did, on Friday before killing 12 people and wounding four others at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center, a co-worker recalled.
Tulsa and its surrounding area, which was bracing for possible flooding, welcomed good news Wednesday that the Army Corps of Engineers would begin reducing the amount of water intentionally released at the Keystone Dam ahead of schedule.
Alaska road crews are the envy of folks in the Lower 48 because of their quick repair of a road that was ripped apart by Friday's 7.0-magnitude earthquake.
They're harder to get into than Harvard, Yale or Oxford.
Science education is expanding in the Tri-Cities Wednesday.