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In this photo provided by JetBlue, farmer Katrina Ceguera works at a 24,000 square-foot "farm" outside Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. The space is meant to educate travelers more than actually feed them, although eventually JetBlue would like to serve items grown there in terminal restaurants and even make some blue potato Terra Chips that are served on flights. (Jetblue via AP)

JetBlue goes green at JFK

- Associated Press

JetBlue Airways is trying to bring a little bit of country to the city - opening its own “farm” at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Floodwaters close in on homes on a small piece of land on Lake Katherine in Columbia, S.C., Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. After a week of steady rain, the showers tapered off Monday and an inundated South Carolina turned to surveying a road system shredded by historic flooding. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

South Carolina towns downstream brace for flooding

- Associated Press

Along South Carolina’s coast, residents were preparing for a second round of flooding as rivers swollen from days of devastating rains make their way toward the Atlantic.

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A crane operates near oceanfront homes in Deal, N.J. on Tuesday Oct. 6, 2015.  The borough of Deal is due to vote Friday on an ordinance that would restrict parking on six streets nearest the beach to residents only. They would be issued permits to display in their vehicles.  The move comes as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is finishing a $40 million beach replenishment project that has drastically widened Deal's beaches, work completely paid for by the federal government. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)

Shore town won't vote on residents-only beach parking

Associated Press

Officials in a wealthy Jersey Shore enclave have officially tabled an ordinance that would have restricted parking on six streets near the newly replenished beaches to residents only.

Wrightsville Beach suffers erosion from storm

Associated Press

The storm that dropped between 1 and 2 feet of rain in southeastern North Carolina has caused what officials are calling significant erosion on the north end of Wrightsville Beach.

Pike, Amite counties issue burn bans

Associated Press

Supervisors in Pike and Amite counties have issued burn bans, citing dry weather conditions that are making the area a tinder box.

California Gov. Jerry Brown speaks before signing a bill to combat climate change by increasing the state's renewable electricity use to 50 percent and doubling energy efficiency in existing buildings by 2030 at a ceremony at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

California wants renewable energy for half its power by 2030

- Associated Press

Gov. Jerry Brown dramatically increased California's climate-change goals, committing the state to use renewable energy for half its electricity and make existing buildings twice as energy-efficient in just 15 years.

News briefs from around Kentucky at 1:58 a.m. EDT

Associated Press

Eastern Kentucky University canceled classes and shifted a home football game to another campus because of an escalating threat after the discovery of graffiti that threatened to "kill all" this week, school officials said Wednesday.

Cathy Stinson, left, and Maria Mayer help a friend remove belongings from her flooded home in Forest Acres in Columbia, S.C., Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. People in the city are beginning cleanup after being pummeled by a historic rainstorm. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

South Carolina still on edge from floods; 2 die in truck

- Associated Press

It could take until the weekend for the threat of flooding to ease in storm-tattered South Carolina, where a senator warned of a potential billion-dollar cleanup bill, two more people died in the floodwaters and the flagship university sent a home football game 700 miles away.

President Barack Obama pauses as he speaks in Emmitsburg, Md., in this Oct. 4, 2015, file photo. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

Correction: Protecting the Ocean story

- Associated Press

In a story Oct. 5 about the United States and Chile setting up new marine sanctuaries, The Associated Press incorrectly quoted Secretary of State John Kerry as saying, "There is literally too much money chasing too much fish." What Kerry said was, "There is literally too much money chasing too few fish."

FILE - In this Sept. 23, 2015 file photo, Volkswagen diesels sit behind a security fence on a storage lot near a VW dealership in Salt Lake City. According to an Associated Press statistical and computer analysis, the software that the company admitted using to get around government emissions limits allowed VWs to spew enough pollution to kill somewhere between 16 and 94 deaths over seven years _ with the annual count increasing more recently as more of the diesels were on the road. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

AP analysis: Dozens of deaths likely from VW pollution dodge

- Associated Press

Volkswagen is taking issue with a statistical and computer analysis that shows its tinkering with pollution-control equipment on cars has killed between five and 20 people annually in the U.S. in recent years.

FILE - In this March 9, 2010 file photo, a tanker truck passes an oil refinery in Richmond, Calif. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced new rules Tuesday to reduce toxic air pollution from oil refineries by forcing operators to adopt new technology that better monitors and controls emissions. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)

EPA sets new ozone standard, disappointing all sides

- Associated Press

The Obama administration on Thursday established stricter limits on the smog-causing pollution linked to asthma and respiratory illness, drawing swift condemnation from business leaders and Republicans who warned of damage to the economy.

FILE - In this Feb. 5, 2014 file photo, coal ash swirls on the surface of the Dan River as state and federal environmental officials continued their investigations of a spill of coal ash into the river in Danville, Va. Duke Energy estimates that up to 82,000 tons of ash has been released from a break in a 48-inch storm water pipe at the Dan River Power Plant in Eden N.C. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wednesday imposed new standards for mercury, lead and other toxic pollutants that are discharged into the nation's rivers and streams from steam electric power plants. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File)

EPA sets limit for toxic pollutants released into waterways

- Associated Press

The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday imposed new standards for mercury, lead and other toxic pollutants that are discharged into the nation's rivers and streams from steam electric power plants.