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  • 5th person charged in deadly Indianapolis house blast

    A man accused of knowing about a plot to destroy an Indianapolis house months before a natural gas explosion leveled it in an alleged insurance fraud became the fifth person formally charged in that deadly 2012 blast. A Marion County judge on Wednesday...
  • W.Va. launches electronic game check system for hunters

    West Virginia is making it easier for hunters and trappers to check in their game. A new electronic system allows hunters to check game in by phone or computers. The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources says the system will take effect in time...
  • Gasoline prices expected to rise in Pennsylvania

    Gasoline prices expected to rise in Pennsylvania
    Prices at the gas pump are headed for a jump next month when stations switch from cheaper winter gasoline to a cleaner-burning, more expensive, summertime blend. Analysts said last week that gasoline prices in Pennsylvania are expected to increase at...
  • Pemex begins to restore production at fire-damaged platform

    Mexico's state-run oil company continues to search for three missing workers from a platform fireball that killed four others, while beginning to restore production at the damaged Gulf of Mexico facility, officials said Sunday. Petroleos Mexicanos, or...
  • Did secrecy contribute to deadly gas explosion at Hickory Hills?

    Did secrecy contribute to deadly gas explosion at Hickory Hills?
    For weeks after a workman came to fix a broken heater, the acrid smell of propane hung heavy around the mobile home William Neith shared with his girlfriend, Hilda Parsons. A manager at Hickory Hills mobile home park in Moore Township had sent the...
  • Beavers at home in Elgin along Otter Creek

    Beavers at home in Elgin along Otter Creek
    There is, indeed, an Otter Creek behind the Otter Creek Shopping Center off Randall Road in Elgin. While it might be rare to find an otter on that stretch of water, it is a somewhat hidden home to beaver and other animals that live amid the city's...
  • Proposed $225M Exxon settlement to be made public Monday

    The public will get its first chance Monday to scrutinize the details of the Christie administration's proposed $225 million settlement with Exxon Mobil, starting the clock on a legal process that will last at least a month and giving vocal opponents an...
  • Florida energy outlook is in constant flux

    Florida energy outlook is in constant flux
    Florida's energy has remained in a high state of flux, with disappointment, concerns about the cost of natural gas, ongoing innovation and a couple of glimpses of what's to come. In the disappointments category, Florida Power & Light Co.'s Martin Next...
  • Pizza ovens make your patio perfect

    If it's not at the top of the list, it's in the top five of Americans' all-time favorite foods. It's pizza, and we can't get enough of it. Loved by adults and kids alike, pizza is the ultimate comfort food. It's quick, portable and has tomato sauce and...
  • UGI targets mains for replacement

    UGI Utilities Inc. said Tuesday it will replace 62 miles of obsolete gas pipeline throughout its service territory, including the Lehigh Valley. About 12.5 miles of work will be done in the Lehigh Valley, including about 5 miles in Allentown, where a...
  • Nevada lawmakers seek OK to kill ravens, aid sage grouse

    Nevada lawmakers hope to prevent sage grouse from landing on the Endangered Species List by taking aim at ravens, which are notorious egg-snatchers. The Senate Natural Resources Committee held a meeting Tuesday to discuss AJR2, which would urge...