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1 hr ago | WATE-TV Knoxville
Human remains found in October by a Boy Scout troop in Crossville have been positively identified as a man from Florida.
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6 hrs ago | Press & Sun-Bulletin
The New York Giants got themselves in big trouble with an 0-6 start, and then began to climb out of... If you are the parent of a child enrolled in school, it would be a very good idea for you to take a... The Albany Devils defeated the Binghamton Senators 3-2 in a shootout to send the B-Sens to their fourth straight loss.
8 hrs ago | Reuters
Eight Northeastern and mid-Atlantic governors on Monday petitioned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to require Midwestern states to curb ozone-forming pollution from their power plants, which they say travels downwind and poses health risks to their citizens.
11 hrs ago | KARE-TV Minneapolis
That chemical compound, typically abbreviated as TCE, has contaminated the soil and groundwater of many former industrial sites across Minnesota, and around the US.
For 220 years, man filled Newtown Creek with so much industrial ick that the EPA declared it a Superfund site in 2010.
The Supreme Court will consider how the federal government can hold states, including Indiana, responsible for reducing pollutants from power plants that contribute to harmful levels of smog and soot in downwind states.
Inside an unmarked trailer at the end of an unmarked dirt road about 15 miles north of the nation's capital, a high-tech radar monitor beeps every 10 minutes in an effort to find out who is polluting Maryland's air.
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is partnering with the Environmental Protection Agency to expand environmental education programs at the two-year school.
A legal battle over how South Carolina and other states should help reduce air pollution that drifts downwind will reach the U.S. Supreme Court next week.
After years of success in Washington, the ethanol industry's power may be slipping.
According to a study published last month in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, the U.S. is releasing 50 percent more methane into the atmosphere than the federal government estimates, with much of extra natural gas coming from flatulence and belches produced by cattle.
Siemens Rail Systems and Cummins are partnering to bring EPA Tier 4 compliant locomotives to market.
Despite the fact that most folks already know about Climate Change, that it is human caused and threatens many dire consequences, it's the dickens to get folks to get interested in the most important crisis of our time, maybe of all time.
Sulfoxaflor is the first of a newly assigned sub-class of pesticides in the "neonicotinoid" class of pesticides and is considered by the EPA to be "highly toxic."
When the the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission met Thursday to hear public comment on the future of the Sherco coal plant in Becker, members were preparing to make a decision that will determine the economy in Sherburne County and the future price of electric rates for every Minnesotan.
I remember the conversation well. It was late summer in 2008 and the price of crude oil had exploded above $100 per barrel.