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Work began this week on a long-term project to resolve a long standing water contamination problem on Elkhart's southwest side. It's happening in an area that's been on the EPA's Superfund list since 2008. “We've heard rumors about where it came...
WASHINGTON (AP) — An ethanol industry official familiar with the decision says the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to approve higher levels of corn-based ethanol in gasoline for all cars manufactured in the past decade. The official...
Double trailers flipped early Thursday morning after the semi driver lost control on black ice on U.S. 30, just west of S.R. 13. Both lanes of U.S. 30 were closed for about 7 hours as Kosciusko County Emergency Management and EPA staff cleaned up...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The new Congress just got to work, but House Republicans are already moving to try to block the Obama administration from taking action on global warming. GOP lawmakers have introduced several bills that would hamstring the...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans controlling the House promised Thursday to slash domestic agency spending by almost 20 percent in their drive to bring it back to levels in place before President Barack Obama took office. House Budget Committee...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Their ranks swollen after the last election, Republican governors from Florida to Alaska are undermining President Barack Obama's agenda at every turn ahead of the Democrat's 2012 re-election campaign. Some are rejecting...
FORT BRANCH, Ind. (AP) — The federal government has agreed to remove smelly debris from the ruins of a closed meat packing plant that's spreading a stench through parts of a southwestern Indiana town. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A look at what President Barack Obama has requested in his $3.73 trillion budget for the 2012 fiscal year beginning Oct. 1. ____ Agency: Agriculture Spending: $145.6 billion Percentage Change from 2011: 1.5 percent decrease...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency is delaying indefinitely regulations to reduce toxic pollution from boilers and incinerators. The move comes in response to a request from industry groups. The announcement Monday was another...
Florida legislators passed a bill this year to repeal the state law that requires most gasoline sold in the state to include 10 percent ethanol. The bill, awaiting action from Gov. Rick Scott, would be largely symbolic, because federal law still...
Tags: Ethanol, U.S. Congress, Rick Scott, Global Warming, Politics
The Hartford CourantThe owner of the oil power plant at Norwalk Harbor said Tuesday that it will be closing the facility June 1 since prices in the region's energy market have been too low to justify keeping it open. NRG, a power generation supplier headquartered in...
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