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  • Plight of imperiled Montana insect draws lawsuit

    Wildlife advocates asked a judge Wednesday to force federal officials to decide if a rare aquatic insect that's found only in Montana's Glacier National Park should be protected under the Endangered Species Act. Western glacier stoneflies were first...
  • Flood advisory issued for parts of Seminole County

    Flood advisory issued for parts of Seminole County
    Residents of eastern Seminole County should watch out for heavy rain and possible minor floods this evening, according to the National Weather Service office in Melbourne. A flood advisory for Oviedo, Winter Springs, Lake Jesup, Geneva, and Chuluota...
  • Florida's pitch to California businesses: Degrade the environment all you want

    To the editor: Apparently, Florida Gov. Rick Scott's idea of "creating jobs" is to raid them from another state. But why did the industries and jobs that Scott covets come into being in California? Why can't states like Florida and Texas incubate their...
  • Indiana Senate hears warning of possible budget cuts

    The Indiana Senate endorsed a proposal for a new two-year state spending plan on Wednesday, just after its chief budget writer warned that cuts might soon have to be made. Senators voted 42-8 to advance the budget plan that boosts school funding by 2.3...
  • Climate change plan faces high-profile legal test

    The centerpiece of the Obama administration's effort to tackle climate change is facing a high-profile legal test as a federal appeals court considers a plan that has triggered furious opposition from Republicans, industry figures and coal-reliant states....
  • Pacific wind bursts tied to El Niño strength, UM researchers find

    Pacific wind bursts tied to El Niño strength, UM researchers find
    Meteorologists closely watch Pacific Ocean temperatures as a key indicator of whether the climate phenomenon known as El Niño is coming. But to also understand how strong it might be, bursts of wind from the western Pacific could provide more answers,...
  • Climate change prevailing concern

    What are the legislative priorities for Congress as its members returned this week? That's easy. For far too many of them the priority is to suck up to as many billionaires as possible. Refuse to cooperate with the other party. Accept no responsibility...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EDT

    Former NFL star tight end Aaron Hernandez convicted of murder in shooting, sentenced to life Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for a deadly late-night shooting,...
  • Snow falls behind in Colorado, but rain, snow in forecast

    Snow pack is well below normal, but close watchers of water, weather and fire in Colorado are heartened by healthy reservoir levels and short- and long-term forecasts of precipitation. Justin Whitesell of the state's Division of Fire Prevention and...
  • Business travel spending expected to rise

     Business travel spending expected to rise
    Spending on U.S. business travel will grow 3.1 percent this year, even as transportation costs moderate because of falling oil prices, according to a quarterly outlook report released Tuesday by the Global Business Travel Association. Overall U.S....
  • Obama legacy gets second legal test over 'goof' in climate rule

    WASHINGTON A congressional drafting error and clunky phrase is putting a second of President Barack Obama's signature endeavors in jeopardy. This time it's climate change. Challengers to Obama's policies are exploiting a law written 25 years ago in a...