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Biden's climate change task force is making some progress; a federal judge orders the Dakota Access Pipeline shut down; and today sees elections in NJ and DE.

Archive: February 6, 2012

HOLCOMB, Kan. - A federal district judge has put the brakes on development of the controversial Sunflower coal-fired power plant expansion in far western Kansas, about 60 miles east of the Colorado border. The expansion would provide power to Colorado-based rural energy co-ops via Tri-State. The ju ...Read More

BURBANK, Wash. - The Army Corps of Engineers is testing the oil used in dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers to see if it contains PCBs, chemicals which can contaminate the water around the dams. The Corps says the tests are a precaution after oil leaks were discovered in December at the Ice Harbor ...Read More

NEW YORK - Do new state voting districts accurately reflect recent growth in local populations of color? Long Island is the focal point today in the statewide controversy over districts being proposed by a legislative task force. The Legislative Task force on Demographic Research and Reapportionmen ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - West Virginia lawmakers are debating the idea of taking some tax income from the Marcellus natural gas boom and setting it aside for the state's economic future. A former Wyoming governor who will speak at a meeting in Charleston this week says a similar plan was a lifesaver when ...Read More

PHOENIX - The number of endangered Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico continued to rise last year. State and federal biologists found at least 58 wolves in their latest count, up from 50 the previous year and 42 in 2009. Arizona State University biology professor Philip Hedrick calls it ...Read More

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The tax filing season is upon us, and for many people it's an anxious and confusing time. However, help is available. Cathy McLeer with AARP-South Dakota says her organization offers assistance through the AARP Tax-Aide program. "We have more than 150 AARP Foundation Tax Aide vo ...Read More

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