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  • Rose Parade leaves 50 tons of trash; city manages quick cleanup

     
    When the Rose Parade floats are gone and spectators head home, what’s left behind? About 50 tons of trash, 3,500 beverage containers and five tons of cardboard. A team of 80 workers swept through the parade route Monday night and......
  • Companies, interests, spend $127 million to lobby lawmakers

     
    TALLAHASSEE — They are waging multi-year campaigns to build billion-dollar casinos, get their tax bills reduced, break into the renewable energy business, and fight over the right of injured parties to sue. They are the more than 2,500 utilities, ...
  • Emmy episode submissions: Best reality program and host

     
    A week and a half ago, we broke the news of what episodes were being submitted to Emmy judges in most series categories. Here is the info on a few more contests. The award for best reality program is bestowed at the creative arts ceremony held Aug. 21 —...
  • Read `n weep: Spray `n Wash is no more!

     
    I'm a little late to this outrage -- it was announced without a lot of fanfare late last year -- but I noticed, in doing the laundry the other day, that the exquisitely, perfectly named product Spray `n Wash has......
  • Kettleman City’s toxic spills

     
    Environmental activists and leaders of this impoverished central California community, outraged by unreported spills of cancer-causing chemicals, are trying to block expansion of a toxic waste dump that is the largest of its kind west of the Mississippi...
  • A lifeline of leftovers: Can the hunger problem be solved?

     
    It never ceases to amaze me how difficult it can be to get some businesses to do the right thing. Donating leftover food is a good example. More than 14 million Americans were out of work as of last month. The national unemployment rate is 9.3%;...
  • Polystyrene containers: L.A. County enacts a partial ban

     
    It's one thing for Malibu and Newport Beach to ban those solid foam food cups and containers that pollute ocean and land. But what if Los Angeles County did so too, in restaurants and retail areas across its vast unincorporated......
  • Report expected on birth defects in Kettleman City

     
    State health officials are expected to release a long-awaited report Monday on their investigation into the possible causes of severe birth defects in Kettleman City, a Central California farming community of about 1,500 mostly Spanish-speaking residents....
  • EPA fines Kettleman City waste dump over PCB contamination

     
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday levied a $300,000 fine against a toxic waste dump near a Central California farming community plagued by birth defects for failing to properly manage carcinogenic polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs....
  • Day Without a Bag targets holiday shoppers

     
    'Tis the season to go shopping -- and to collect dozens of single-use plastic bags in the process. Now in its fourth year, Day Without a Bag seeks to replace those single-use bags with reusables that can be put to......
  • Clean up Lehigh County

     
    Got old Pesticides you'd like to get rid of? The Lehigh County Office of Solid Waste Management, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and the Penn State Pesticide Education Program are teaming up to hold a hazardous waste collection day on......