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  • California bill would reduce sales tax on green cars

    California bill would reduce sales tax on green cars
    The California Legislature is considering a bill that would cut the state sales tax on green cars by more than half in an effort to spur sales of clean vehicles. The bill, sponsored by Assemblyman Phil Ting (D-San Francisco), would reduce the sales...
  • Bay ice challenges commerce, navigation and fishing

    Bay ice challenges commerce, navigation and fishing
    Sheets of ice up to a foot thick in the Chesapeake Bay have beached small boats and fishermen, hampered operations at the port of Baltimore and kept one Coast Guard cutter busy tending to stranded islanders for more than a week amid the worst freeze in...
  • Removing dams on the Fox River will increase number of fish species

    The Fox River is in much better shape than 50 years ago when "the Fox" — an anonymous environmental activist — would plug sewer outlets going into the river and call out companies throwing pollutants into it. Today, the Fox River provides...
  • Illinois hunters, outdoorsmen hope for ally in Rauner

    Illinois hunters, outdoorsmen hope for ally in Rauner
    Illinois hunters and outdoors enthusiasts see Gov. Bruce Rauner as a potential new ally in Springfield as they eye legislation this session that includes measures to ban the use of drones to track wildlife, allow silencers at gun ranges, expand coyote...
  • Fueling group buys acreage near Lynx

    Fueling group buys acreage near Lynx
    Nopetro-Orlando LLC, which specializes in natural-gas fueling stations, purchased 13.6 acres at John Young Parkway and Lynx Lane in Orlando. Part of the site will provide compressed and liquefied natural gas to large distribution fleets, including the...
  • Pipeline may carry crude oil through southern Illinois

    A Texas-based company is converting an existing natural gas pipeline that runs through southern Illinois to transport crude oil. Energy Transfer Partners spokeswoman Vicki Granado says the converted line would be part of a proposed new pipeline that...
  • No plane, many discoveries in yearlong search for Flight 370

    The yearlong search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has turned up no sign of the plane, but that doesn't mean it's been unproductive. It has yielded lessons and discoveries that could benefit millions, including coastal Australians, air and sea travelers...
  • Haddam Residents Petition DEEP To Remove "Ugly Orange Barrier"

    HADDAM – The Connecticut River is frozen from bank to bank. But when the ice melts, residents don't want to see the bright orange barrier blocking access to the old discharge canal at the decommissioned Connecticut Yankee nuclear power plant....
  • Correction: Madison Matters-Deer Hunt story

    In a story Feb. 22 about deer management in regions where chronic wasting disease has appeared, The Associated Press, relying on information from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, reported erroneously that Kenosha County had not had a case of...
  • As ocean acid grows, coasts and fisheries vulnerable, study says

    WASHINGTON The gradual increase of acid in the oceans threatens coastal communities in 15 states, although the reason for the impact and what to do about it varies widely, according to a new study. Writing in the journal Nature Climate Change, a group of...
  • North Dakota Senate approves $1.1B 'surge funding' bill

    Legislation headed to Gov. Jack Dalrymple's desk will move quickly to put $1.1 billion into highways and communities affected by North Dakota's exploding growth due to oil development. The Senate voted 46-0 on Monday to approve the "surge funding" bill...