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  • Santa Barbara fisherman files suit against oil pipeline company

    Santa Barbara fisherman files suit against oil pipeline company
    A Santa Barbara fisherman is suing the Texas owners of the oil pipeline that ruptured last month, spilling up to 105,000 gallons of crude along the coast near Refugio State Beach, for economic damages.
  • Under new EPA rule, Clean Water Act protections will cover all active tributaries

    Under new EPA rule, Clean Water Act protections will cover all active tributaries
    The Obama administration finalized new regulations Wednesday that it says will protect streams, rivers and wetlands that provide drinking water to more than 117 million Americans. The Clean Water Rule, drafted by the Environmental Protection Agency...

    State to hold hearing on Lower Milford quarry proposal

    State to hold hearing on Lower Milford quarry proposal
    A controversial quarry proposal in Lower Milford Township, stalled for more than a decade by a costly and contentious legal battle, will get a public airing by state environmental officials on June 3. The Department of Environmental Protection has...

    Keep our state parks as natural treasures

    Florida's award-winning state parks are under attack. The same people charged with protecting our parks — Gov. Rick Scott, the Florida Legislature and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection — are proposing that the parks allow...

    Consumer Reports: What do shrimp labels mean?

    Americans love shrimp. Each of us eats, on average, almost 4 pounds per year, making shrimp more popular than tuna, according to Consumer Reports. Once considered a special-occasion treat, shrimp has become so ubiquitous that we now expect to find it...