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Archive: September 22, 2011

WILMINGTON, N.C. - Caring for North Carolina children is a boost to the state's economy, according to a study released this week. The report finds that child care in North Carolina generates $1.7 billion dollars in revenue and is linked to more than 49,000 jobs. Additionally, by providing support to ...Read More

NEW YORK - One week after a critical finding from the Department of Justice, local immigrants' rights groups say the Suffolk County Police Department is still missing the connection when it comes to communicating with non-English speaking residents. Jessica Glynn, supervising attorney for Sepa Mujar ...Read More

SALEM, Ore. - National Public Lands Day brings Oregonians out by the hundreds to help on a variety of outdoor cleanup and fix-up projects around the state. More than 30 events are planned this Saturday. For Oregonians who have a favorite trail, lake or campsite, it's a chance to make some important ...Read More

TACOMA, Wash. - Hundreds of Washington residents will pull on their gloves and lace up their work boots this weekend and show up at dozens of National Public Lands Day projects on Saturday. For those who have a favorite lake, trail, park or campsite, it is a chance to make improvements that state or ...Read More

TUCSON, Ariz. - Denial of food and water, sleep deprivation and physical abuse of immigrants in custody. Those are some of the charges leveled at the U.S. Border Patrol in a new report from the Tucson-based humanitarian group No More Deaths. The report analyzes some 13,000 interviews of deported imm ...Read More

BISMARCK, N.D. - A public hearing will be held next month in Bismarck on a proposal by the Environmental Protection Agency to address pollution from North Dakota power plants. Supporters say it'll mean cleaner air. Critics say the cost is too high and the impact minimal. Comments from Stephanie Kodi ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - As Congress considers two pieces of legislation which would affect ozone pollution control, mainly delaying implementation of rules on the grounds that they're too costly to industry, skies are becoming hazier at many national parks. Many parks are reporting ozone levels above the ...Read More

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Whether it's a tourist spending a night near one of the state's many national monuments or spending money at local businesses, the value of these special places, established by the federal Antiquities Act, adds up to $54 million a year for rural communities in New Mexico. Alla ...Read More

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