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  • Matt Cartwright: A prescription for moving America to a better future

    Matt Cartwright: A prescription for moving America to a better future
    I am grateful to have been given the opportunity to serve the people of the 17th Congressional District of Pennsylvania. I would like to continue my work to create jobs, grow our economy, protect the environment, and support veterans and seniors. While in...
  • District hopes to tap new resource of groundwater

    District hopes to tap new resource of groundwater
    The Foothills area could gain a new way to combat the recurring drought as a study aims to see if an area of the Crescenta Valley can transform into a viable resource of usable groundwater. Earlier this year, the Crescenta Valley Water District chose...
  • For Eric Frein search, state expands no-hunt area to Delaware State Forest

    Pennsylvania officials Wednesday night closed part of Delaware State Forest to hunters and hikers in the areas of Monroe and Pike counties where state police are searching for shooting suspect Eric Frein. The announcement by the state Department of...
  • Iran prays for rain amid acute water shortage

    The ritual chants of "Death to America!" have not gone away, but at Friday services across Iran worshipers sought divine intervention in a matter more climatological than ideological. The faithful prayed for rain, or at least were urged to do so. "For...
  • About Irela Bagué, president, Bagué Group

    About Irela Bagué, president, Bagué Group
    Ms. Bagué is a bilingual public affairs consultant and President & CEO of Bagué Group a strategic communications and consulting firm with over 20 years of experience in Florida with a broad range of experience in the areas of business development,...
  • Bear's eye view: Study puts cameras, GPS collars on Wekiva bears

    Wildlife biologists are putting tracking collars and cameras on bears near Central Florida neighborhoods. The devices, which rely on GPS technology, beam the animal's location to a computer every half-hour and may help the study team understand where...
  • Concerns spark new round of canal tests

    Concerns spark new round of canal tests
    Jose Marquez attached a plastic vial to a long pole as a cluster of Deerfield Beach's Cove area residents looked on. Stretching the pole into the water, the staff engineer with South Florida Water Management District's Department of Environmental Resource...
  • Wildlife part of the territory of L.A. life

    Wildlife part of the territory of L.A. life
    Why did the monocled cobra slink across the road? To give Los Angeles County animal control officers the slip, of course. It didn't work; the nomadic ophidian is now in residence at the San Diego Zoo. And while the hooded snake sighting and ensuing four-...
  • Californians make big cuts in water usage, report says

    Californians make big cuts in water usage, report says
    After months of appeals to conserve water, Californians appear to be finally getting the message, making substantial cuts in water consumption in the face of the state's drought. Some of the biggest savings have come in Southern California, which...
  • Prop. 1 bonds a first step in addressing state's water needs

    Even in wet years, there will never be enough Sierra snowpack to give every interest group and every region in California enough inexpensive water to quench every thirst and satisfy every ambition. The state has a long way to go before it properly takes...
  • Eric Draper: Amendment1 guarantees conservation spending to save land, water

    Eric Draper: Amendment1 guarantees conservation spending to save land, water
    Is it surprising that opponents of Amendment 1 are hard to find? Nearly 1 million people signed petitions to place the Water and Land Conservation Amendment on Florida's Nov. 4 ballot. The Florida Supreme Court approved its wording, and the state's...