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  • Nuclear plant operator: "Radioactive water" no human health risk

    Nuclear plant operator: "Radioactive water" no human health risk
    VAN BUREN COUNTY, Mich. – Palisades Nuclear Power plant in Covert Township was shut down again over the weekend. On Monday, a federal safety official announced 79 gallons of "very slightly radioactive water" from a leaky tank at the plant...
  • San Onofre nuclear plant closure tied to finances

    San Onofre nuclear plant closure tied to finances
    The fate of the troubled San Onofre nuclear plant was apparently sealed last month when it became clear that a potential lengthy series of hearings would likely have to be held before the coastal facility could be powered back up. The plant, which...
  • Road to immirgration reform - Opinion

    Road to immirgration reform - Opinion
    MIKE DELPH Republican state senator from Carmel, Ind., who has helped author state immigration measures Q. What do you see as the merits and shortcomings of the proposed reform? A. Ronald Reagan in all complexity was persuaded by congressional...
  • ACC All Access: Virginia Tech's Pete Hughes was fed up with questions about his team's regional hosting worthiness

    By the time Virginia Tech coach Pete Hughes and his team were done in Durham, N.C. this weekend at the ACC tournament, he was starting to think nearly every person that asked him a question about his program lacked originality. His frustration was borne...
  • U.Va., Virginia Tech and William & Mary are all headed to the NCAA baseball tournament

    By the time Virginia Tech coach Pete Hughes and his team were done in Durham, N.C., this past weekend at the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, he was starting to think nearly every person that asked him a question about his program lacked originality....
  • Irish women get No. 1 seed again

    The Notre Dame women got a top seed in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year – and what may be their last chance for a while to be the belles of the (basket) ball. DePaul once again hopes to be a Cinderella. And Illinois, which looked...
  • Metal recycling firms burgeon in state, but regulators can't keep up

    Metal recycling firms burgeon in state, but regulators can't keep up
    The explosions came one after another, jolting a South Los Angeles neighborhood. "It felt like an earthquake, and then it was just raining fire," recalled Richard Gomez, who watched a metal recycling facility on Slauson Avenue erupt in flames one day...
  • Ritter prototype for NU soccer player

     Ritter prototype for NU soccer player
    Senior Chris Ritter could stand as the archetype for a Northwestern soccer player. Ritter's New Trier High School teams won state titles his sophomore and senior years, yet college coaches were not clamoring for his services. "He was a good player,...
  • Environmental group pushes for hearing on San Onofre restart

     
    The environmental group Friends of the Earth made its case to federal regulators Wednesday that Southern California Edison should be barred from restarting the San Onofre nuclear plant unless it goes through a trial-like hearing process. The meeting...
  • Patriot League basketball RPI, news, notes

     
    News and notes from around the Patriot League: Lehigh's C.J. McCollum is averaging 25.7 points per game this season, good enough for third in the nation entering this week's play. Bucknell's Mike Muscala is 10th in the nation in rebounding......
  • State Sen. Wright fined for not reporting gift of foreign travel

     
    Sen. Roderick Wright agrees to pay fine for not reporting $13,000 travel gift...