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  • Monday Morning Coffee: Corbett ExpectedTo Announce Shale Fee Plan Today.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett travels to Pittsburgh this morning for an 11 a.m. at the Carpenters Training Center on Ridge Road where he's widely expected to finally announce his plan for an impact fee on Marcellus shale natural gas drillers. Corbett will appear at...
  • Federal biofuel mandate flawed, report finds

     
    A National Research Council report Tuesday said a federal requirement to add some 16 billion gallons of cellulose-based ethanol to the nation's fuel supply by 2022 won't be met unless innovative technologies are developed or policies changed. The report...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Shale Reaction Pours In.

     
    Reaction poured in fast and furious yesterday in the wake of Gov. Tom Corbett's announcement of an impact fee on natural gas drillers. As you might expect, reaction to the proposed fee depended largely upon which side the fence one finds themselves on the...
  • Datebook: Events, exhibits, classes for the week ahead

     
    Home and garden events are listed below. Suggest your own via reader comments. Submissions should be fewer than 75 words and must be for one-time events with legitimate value to other readers. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please.......
  • Museum of Florida Art fundraiser spotlights Jeff Ripple

     
    The Museum of Florida Art will hold its Arts in Autumn fundraiser from 7 to 10 p.m. this  Saturday, Oct. 15. The event will be hosted at the home of Bill and Terri Booth, located on Lake Winnemissett in DeLand. Bill Booth is a well-known business...
  • Klein: Occupy 'is the most important thing in the world'

     
    From writer Naomi Klein's prepared speech to Occupy Wall Street It is a fact of the information age that too many movements spring up like beautiful flowers but quickly die off. It’s because they don’t have roots. And they don’t......
  • Trade in endangered reptiles is rampant in Indonesia, wildlife monitoring network says

     
    JAKARTA, Indonesia — The most threatened tortoise in the world is being sold openly at a plant and animal exposition in the heart of Indonesia's capital, highlighting concerns about the rampant -- and growing -- illegal pet trade. The country......
  • India plans to import African cheetahs, reintroduce the species to its grasslands

     
    NEW DELHI — The Indian government plans to import cheetahs from Africa and introduce them into the country's grasslands, six decades after the fleet-footed feline was hunted here until it disappeared, officials said Monday. Two wildlife groups have...
  • Fishing limits in Aleutians aim to save Steller sea lions

     
    Federal authorities have proposed shutting down fishing for cod and mackerel across more than 131,000 square miles in the western Aleutian Islands of Alaska to halt continuing declines in Steller sea lions. The measure is part of a package of......
  • Turkey and Syria's improved relations may help the critically endangered northern bald ibis

     
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — The latest beneficiary of improved relations between Turkey and Syria is the rare northern bald ibis. In recent years, conservationists have watched in dismay as the numbers of the critically endangered northern bald ibis...
  • Screenwriter Tom Mankiewicz raised profile, coffers of L.A. Zoo

     
    In the world of zoos, there is no greater compliment than having an animal named after you. So it was little surprise to find a rare snow leopard cub frolicking at the Los Angeles Zoo in early 2007 named Tom......