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Latest Environment Items
The state has approved a wind farm with 176 turbines and associated electric transmission facilities to be located in western Ohio.
Officials say February's rain storms pleasantly boosted the state's water supply, but California remains in the throes of a drought.
The cleanup of a 5,000-gallon fuel spill is prompting long-term environmental concerns and threatening a house on a ranch near Pendleton where an excavating machine clearing contaminated soil continues to gnaw inside a growing canyon.
Mystic Aquarium officials say a dead harp seal left curbside in Providence was already deceased when it was dumped, along with a sign saying it was free to a good home.
Jason Dearen, an environmental reporter for The Associated Press, has been appointed correspondent based in Gainesville, Fla., where he will focus on northeast Florida and the environment beat.
An Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality inspector said he'll appeal his firing over revelations that he frequently hunted on a 700-acre landfill tract in north Baxter County.
A Democratic U.S. senator from Rhode Island was in Iowa Tuesday - not to run for president or any other political office - but to push for federal climate change laws.
A coal terminal south of New Orleans has been polluting the Mississippi River for years and continues to do so daily, three environmental groups claim in a federal lawsuit.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has released a five-year plan to guide management of the state's forests.