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Latest Environment Items
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe said Tuesday that a recent legal opinion from the U.S. Interior Department could provide a major boost to its hopes of building a resort casino in Taunton.
A marine biologist says a bottlenose dolphin has died after washing up on Hilton Head Island.
A virus that state health officials say kills one in 10 piglets has been detected on 25 farms in South Dakota.
Board of Water Supply officials say crews have completed repairs to a damaged Honolulu waterline that developed a leak.
The multi-county group that's spearheading a flood control project for the Souris River Valley in northern North Dakota is getting state help to hire a full-time worker.
A bill that would allow Maine's forest rangers to carry firearms is moving forward in the Democratic-controlled state Legislature.
The state has approved a wind farm with 176 turbines and associated electric transmission facilities to be located in western Ohio.
Red Cross officials have announced the release of a smartphone application they hope will save lives if Colorado and Wyoming experience floods from runoff this spring.
South Bend Tribune. March 16, 2014.