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Liverpool Echo
ECHO readers divided on whether Wirral smoker should have been fined for dropping cigarette butt down drainEcho readers are divided over whether a smoker should have been fined £80 for d
ECHO readers divided on whether Wirral smoker should have been fined for dropping cigarette butt down drain
Liverpool Echo / Posted 21 hours ago
Echo readers are divided over whether a smoker should have been fined £80 for dropping a cigarette butt down a Birkenhead drain. The 53-year-old said he had been left embarrassed and angry at the fine, while Wirral council said that discarding a... Read more
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The Morning Call
A lot like Virginia: Report predicts hotter temps in Pa.'s futureHot enough for ya? It's a question Pennsylvanians will hear more and more as gl
A lot like Virginia: Report predicts hotter temps in Pa.'s future
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
Hot enough for ya? It's a question Pennsylvanians will hear more and more as global climate change causes temperatures to climb at an accelerated rate and the commonwealth begins to sweat things like air and water quality, insect-borne diseases and... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pennsylvania warming to bring 'profound' changes, Penn State report saysBy mid-century, Pittsburgh might feel a lot more like Washington, D.C. Average
Pennsylvania warming to bring 'profound' changes, Penn State report says
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
By mid-century, Pittsburgh might feel a lot more like Washington, D.C. Average temperatures in Pennsylvania likely will rise 5.4 degrees Fahrenheit in the next 35 years, causing “profound” changes in the composition of the state's forests and more... Read more
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TribLIVE
EPA awards $400,000 to spur brownfields development in Allegheny CountyBefore he took the podium, Mayor Bill Peduto gazed out the floor-to-ceiling win
EPA awards $400,000 to spur brownfields development in Allegheny County
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
Before he took the podium, Mayor Bill Peduto gazed out the floor-to-ceiling windows at Homewood Station Senior Apartments, a new low-income, seniors housing complex built on what used to be a brownfield. His eye caught a “for sale” sign in front of a... Read more
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5 Eyewitness News St. Paul
St. Paul Event Honors Cecil the Lion with Aerial Images of 'Human Lion'Updated: 08/15/2015 5:10 PM Created: 08/15/2015 4:33 PM KSTP.com By: Brett Ho
St. Paul Event Honors Cecil the Lion with Aerial Images of 'Human Lion'
5 Eyewitness News St. Paul / Posted 14 days ago
Updated: 08/15/2015 5:10 PM Created: 08/15/2015 4:33 PM KSTP.com By: Brett Hoffland On Saturday, more than a hundred people gathered to honor Cecil the lion, and bring his image to life. Bloomington dentist Walter Palmer came under worldwide... Read more
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TribLIVE
DEP prepares to release new state oil, gas site regulationsNew state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the home stretch of the
DEP prepares to release new state oil, gas site regulations
TribLIVE / Posted 16 days ago
New state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the home stretch of the rule-making process. The latest version of changes to Chapter 78, which regulates how oil and natural gas companies should behave both at traditional well sites and shale... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
5 important facts about new DEP oil and gas regulationsNew state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the homestretch of the r
5 important facts about new DEP oil and gas regulations
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
New state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the homestretch of the rulemaking process. The latest version of changes to Chapter 78, which regulates how oil and natural gas companies should behave both at traditional well sites and shale... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
5 important facts about new DEP oil and gas regulationsNew state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the home stretch of the
5 important facts about new DEP oil and gas regulations
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 17 days ago
New state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the home stretch of the rulemaking process. The latest version of changes to Chapter 78, which regulates how oil and natural gas companies should behave both at traditional well sites and shale... Read more
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TribLIVE
Latest Pa. gas drilling rules remove noise limitsPennsylvania regulators backed off plans to write noise limits and requirements
Latest Pa. gas drilling rules remove noise limits
TribLIVE / Posted 17 days ago
Pennsylvania regulators backed off plans to write noise limits and requirements involving centralized wastewater storage tanks into new environmental rules for oil and gas wells. The Department of Environmental Protection called those changes the... Read more
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News.com.au
$3.25m payout to Andrew Mallard for wrongful jailing Man awarded $3.25 million compensation Wrongfully jailed for murder Had spent
$3.25m payout to Andrew Mallard for wrongful jailing
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
Man awarded $3.25 million compensation Wrongfully jailed for murder Had spent 12 years in prison A WEST Australian man has expressed his "extreme disappointment" at being awarded $3.25m... Read more
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TribLIVE
State needs help to devise plan to cut carbon emissionsA plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions from power plants would require a deli
State needs help to devise plan to cut carbon emissions
TribLIVE / Posted 20 days ago
A plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions from power plants would require a delicate balancing act by Pennsylvania, a state that has a lot at stake because coal, gas and nuclear are key components of its economy. The state has 13 months to submit a... Read more
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The Morning Call
Renewable energy key to futureOn the heels of President Obama's clean power plan, Pennsylvania has a great op
Renewable energy key to future
The Morning Call / Posted 21 days ago
On the heels of President Obama's clean power plan, Pennsylvania has a great opportunity to be a leader for our nation's future. Recently Gov. Wolf and Department of Environmental Protection Secretary John Quigley put together a pipeline task force... Read more
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Daily Herald
O'Hare chief talks nighttime noise and diagonal runwaysIt's not the suburbs versus Chicago when it comes to O'Hare noise or growth, th
O'Hare chief talks nighttime noise and diagonal runways
Daily Herald / Posted 25 days ago
It's not the suburbs versus Chicago when it comes to O'Hare noise or growth, the city's new Aviation Commissioner Ginger Evans thinks. "Air traffic is an equal opportunity flier," Evans said Tuesday, pointing to a Spirograph-esque diagram of planes... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Pennsylvania officials respond to plan to lower emissions from power plantsA federal proposal to combat climate change drew mixed reactions from Pennsylva
Pennsylvania officials respond to plan to lower emissions from power plants
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
A federal proposal to combat climate change drew mixed reactions from Pennsylvania officials, who alternately focused on its environment and public health effects versus its impact on the state’s economy. The Obama administration’s final Clean Power... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Pennsylvania officials respond to plan to lower emissions from power plantsA federal proposal to combat climate change drew mixed reactions from Pennsylva
Pennsylvania officials respond to plan to lower emissions from power plants
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 26 days ago
A federal proposal to combat climate change drew mixed reactions from Pennsylvania officials, who alternately focused on its environment and public health effects versus its impact on the state’s economy. The Obama Administration’s final Clean Power... Read more
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TribLIVE
Obama’s Clean Power plan doesn’t change much; opponents remain firmThe Obama administration's latest proposal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions f
Obama’s Clean Power plan doesn’t change much; opponents remain firm
TribLIVE / Posted 26 days ago
The Obama administration's latest proposal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants adjusted individual goals that states must meet and gave them more time and tools to do so. Reaction to the plan to cut carbon pollution by 32 percent... Read more
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My Suburban Life
Comcast to hire 200 customer service employees at Elmhurst branchThe new hires are set to join 290 existing workforce operations employees, and
Comcast to hire 200 customer service employees at Elmhurst branch
My Suburban Life / Posted 29 days ago
The new hires are set to join 290 existing workforce operations employees, and together, they will work as a part of two new centers that provide technical support and logistics for Comcast customers, according to a company news release. Both... Read more
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Times News
Human case of West Nile reported in PennsylvaniaPennsylvania's first probable human case of West Nile Virus infection in 2015 h
Human case of West Nile reported in Pennsylvania
Times News / Posted 29 days ago
Pennsylvania's first probable human case of West Nile Virus infection in 2015 has been detected. A Venango county woman was hospitalized due to West Nile. She has since been released from the hospital and is recovering at home. The departments of... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Human case of West Nile reported in Venango CountyShe was hospitalized recently, but is now recuperating at home, according to th
Human case of West Nile reported in Venango County
Warren Times Observer / Posted 30 days ago
She was hospitalized recently, but is now recuperating at home, according to the Department of Health's press release. The woman was not identified. The departments of Health and Environmental Protection recommend that residents minimize their... Read more
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The Morning Call
Pa. Pipeline task force tilted toward industryLast week, Gov. Wolf's Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force held its first meetin
Pa. Pipeline task force tilted toward industry
The Morning Call / Posted 30 days ago
Last week, Gov. Wolf's Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force held its first meeting to manage a potential 30,000 miles of gas pipelines plus an additional 4,000-5,000 miles of interstate pipelines in the next 20 years. One of its goals is to "facilitate... Read more

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