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  • City Council Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the March 5 City Council meeting. All council members were present. * EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS Beautification Council member Joanne Sutch and President Ruben Flores presented a $2,500 check to the city for the renovation last year...
  • Russell Train dies at 92; conservationist was early head of EPA

    Russell Train dies at 92; conservationist was early head of EPA
    Russell Train, an important American conservationist and former tax court judge who helped craft some of the nation's early and enduring environmental laws, has died. He was 92. Train, who led the Environmental Protection Agency in the 1970s, died Monday...
  • Remarkable Woman: Tiffany Jones

     Remarkable Woman: Tiffany Jones
    There is no word for what Tiffany Jones has done over her last four summers. Literally, no word. Since 2009, Jones, a social worker at Goodwin Elementary School in Cicero, has spent five to eight weeks of her summer vacations in Ethiopia, helping care...
  • Debate erupts over elephant training as circus comes to town

    Debate erupts over elephant training as circus comes to town
    He stands on a grassy slope, right arm extended upward with an alfalfa treat, addressing his 4-ton companion in the tones of a tender friend. "You're a sweetie, aren't you? You're special," Mike McClure says. And Dolly plucks the treat from his hand,...
  • 'Earth Hour' celebrated tonight

    Tonight is the sixth annual Earth Hour, an event the World Wildlife Fund created to promote awareness of global climate change. Participants are encouraged to turn lights out for an hour at 8:30 p.m. Organizers are among those concerned fossil fuel...
  • U.N. Durban climate conference wrangles over funds for poor nations

     
    DURBAN, South Africa (AP) — International climate negotiators were at odds Tuesday on how to raise billions of dollars to help poor countries cope with global warming. A major shipping group is willing to help, endorsing a proposal for a carbon...
  • Caught on camera: Rare snow leopard

     
    A rare snow leopard was caught on camera near the border between India and Pakistan, reassuring conservationists that one of the most endangered big cats in the world still roams the Himalayan region. Every day on WorldNow we choose a striking photo...
  • Yanni speaks: World music icon talks about influences, the foibles of fame, and his future

     
    In the 1990s, it seemed world-music artist Yanni could do no wrong. He sold more than 10 million copies of his albums in that decade. The DVD accompanying his 1994 disc “Yanni Live at the Acropolis” sold 6 million, making......
  • Outrage erupts over South Korean plans to hunt whales

     
    South Korea has announced plans to hunt minke whales off its shores under a loophole in whaling rules for research, outraging environmentalists and prompting rebukes from Australia and New Zealand....
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  • Activists warn of risk of disastrous oil spill in Russian Arctic

     
    Environmentalists warned Tuesday that an oil spill could wreak havoc on the Russian Arctic before emergency crews could reach the remote area where a Russian company has installed a platform, planning to start drilling in the treacherous region....