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  • Gas leak gathered in basement, caused explosion that hurt 15

    STAFFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Natural gas leaking from an underground main traveled into a New Jersey house, built up in its basement and exploded when it came in contact with an open flame from an appliance, investigators said. Tuesday's blast...
  • Governors looking to expand renewable energy, natural gas

    The governors of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island are joining forces to look for ways to increase the region's reliance on renewable energy sources while also expanding natural gas capacity. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said the effort...
  • Wolf's aggressive first month spurs list of GOP grievances

    Pennsylvania state lawmakers are accustomed to all sorts popping unannounced into their Capitol offices, but it was a particularly unusual visitor that surprised Rep. Stephen Bloom. "Next thing you know, there was Gov. Wolf standing there grinning," said...
  • Budget closeouts among things to watch in Legislature

    The big news at the Capitol this past week was Gov. Bill Walker's gas line proposal, one that some legislators fear will create an atmosphere of uncertainty over efforts to bring Alaska's gas to market. The state has been pursuing a major liquefied...
  • Idaho puts forward plan to protect sage grouse habitat

    The Idaho Department of Lands has put forward a draft plan to protect sage grouse habitat on state endowment land as part an effort to avoid a federal listing of the bird under the Endangered Species Act. The state agency that manages more than 2.4...
  • Sing along to 'Frozen'

    The Highland Park Public Library hosts a free "Frozen" sing-along movie and party at 1 p.m. Saturday. Sing along with the film and come dressed as your favorite character. The library is located at 494 Laurel Ave. For details, call 847-432-0216. Open jam...
  • India arrests 5 oil company execs in widening investigation

    Indian police questioned five senior energy company executives on Saturday in a widening investigation into the alleged theft of classified government documents, a senior officer said. Police also raided a company's offices in the New Delhi suburb of...
  • New Mexico lawmakers look to fill highway funding gap

    New Mexico for the first time has a true inventory of the tens of thousands of miles of pavement that crisscross the state, and it shows some roads are in worse condition than previously thought. Tom Church, the head of the state's transportation...
  • State levels $2 million fine over 2014 fatal explosion at Northampton County mobile home park

    State levels $2 million fine over 2014 fatal explosion at Northampton County mobile home park
    Pennsylvania regulators have leveled a $2 million fine against operators of the Hickory Hills mobile home park for an explosion last year that killed a resident. The state Public Utility Commission's Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement found a...
  • FPL to install $7 million solar project at Daytona speedway

    FPL to install $7 million solar project at Daytona speedway
    Florida Power & Light Co. will install more than 5,000 solar panels at Dayton International Speedway on a canopy-like structure that will shae race fans and parking lots. The $7 million installation, announced Friday, is part of the speedway's $400...
  • Maine wind industry alarmed over utility panel's proposal

    Maine's reshaped Public Utilities Commission wants to reconsider two proposed wind projects it approved two months ago, a move critics say would damage the integrity of the regulatory process and scare off future renewable-energy investors. The...