WASHINGTON — In response to a deadly train derailment last summer, the Canadian government Wednesday ordered the country's railroads to ...
June 15, 2013
Anne Hargreaves, 70, shows off the tools she used to help remove honeybees from her home. While a volunteer from the Clark County Beekeepers Association used a vacuum tool to capture live bees, she would wait until some were too cold to move before sweeping the motionless insects into a jar with a paint brush. "I learned that bees are actually very polite," she said. "I was never once (stung) during the entire process."