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The latest edition of the Joni Taylor Radio Show, featuring associate head coach Chelsea Newton and host Steve Miller. Guests include Tineya H…

Researchers say that the population of western monarch butterflies wintering along the California coast has rebounded for a second year in a row. The orange-and-black insects saw a precipitous drop in 2020 that put them closer to extinction. Scientists with the Xerces Society said Tuesday that volunteers tallied more than 330,000 butterflies in California and Arizona, a promising rebound after the annual winter count in 2020 recorded fewer than 2,000 butterflies. Researchers say the monarchs are at critically low levels in western states because of destruction to their milkweed habitat due to housing expansion, and pesticides and herbicides. They say they don't know what is helping the insects multiply.

Desi Evans, 92, laughs Tuesday as he talks about working on the first 747 over 50 years ago, before a ceremony for the delivery of the final B…

An illustration on the side of the final Boeing 747 commemorates Joe Sutter, who was the chief engineer in creating the jumbo jet over 50 year…

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