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Virginia regulators say they have cleared the controversial Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline to begin construction on its 300-mile track across the state with the... [Read More]
Requesting that the village of Herkimer complete a project it started on his property turned out to be more involved than expected for a village... [Read More]
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Haleiwa solar farm fined only $1,000 after hundreds of thousands of gallons of runoff spilled into the ocean from its construction site. [Read More]
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Former radio personality Tommy Hough's campaign to unseat San Diego Councilman Chris Cate is focusing on Cate's handling of vacation rentals, road repair, community choice... [Read More]
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City leaders of Berkeley and Oakland want to change when election officials stop counting ranked-choice ballots to increase voter transparency without altering the outcome of... [Read More]
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San Diego City Council President Myrtle Cole is facing a stiff test in her Nov. 6 runoff against fellow Democrat Monica Montgomery, a civil rights... [Read More]
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The runoff vote to choose the country's next president is Oct. 28, after one of the most divisive campaign seasons in decades. [Read More]
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A series of videos of Whites Road Park have shown Lansdale officials just how serious the problem of stormwater runoff can be. [Read More]
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Seminole County Judge Debra Krause faces a runoff election against Wayne Culver, an assistant public defender, as she seeks to retain her seat on the... [Read More]
Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith and her former Undersheriff John Hirokawa will butt heads in a runoff election in November after neither candidate was... [Read More]
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Lakes throughout Central Texas are filled to capacity as a result of runoff from heavy rains, and dangers lurk below the water's surface. [Read More]
Water, water everywhere. But not so much of it to drink. Jim Waltman, Executive Director of the Watershed Institute (formerly the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Assoc.)... [Read More]
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Some residents in a northeast Oklahoma City neighborhood are concerned a new construction project is ruining the lake in their subdivision. "The whole neighborhood uses... [Read More]
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A new collaborative study has investigated Arctic shrub-snow interactions to obtain a better understanding of the far north's tundra and vast permafrost system. Incorporating extensive... [Read More]
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Brazil's presidential candidates wooed church leaders Wednesday ahead of a runoff in this deeply religious country with sizable Catholic and evangelical populations. Leading far-right candidate... [Read More]
The right-wing front-runner in Brazil's presidential race called his leftist rival a "puppet" while his opponent mocked him for avoiding debates, engaging in a heated... [Read More]
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A developer in Sumner County is instructed to make changes by the state after a neighbor filed a complaint about the runoff from its construction... [Read More]
A new round of state grants from the Mariner East 2 settlement will fund projects that address flooding, water pollution and stormwater runoff in six... [Read More]
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If ex-Army captain Jair Bolsonaro wins the runoff vote against the Workers' Party's Fernando Haddad on Oct. 28, he has promised to name as many... [Read More]
Wednesday, Oct, 17 2018 PACCAR room 202, 3:10 p.m. WSU Pullman The recent rise in wildfire activity has raised concerns among water utilities that rely... [Read More]
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