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Archive: January 9, 2014

PHOTO: The cold snap that gripped Kentucky this week amplifies the troubles many families across Kentucky face with paying their winter heating bills. The crisis home-energy assistance program begins Monday. Photo by Greg Stotelmyer.

FRANKFORT, Ky. – As Kentucky emerges from its most brutal cold snap in years, the window opens for low-income families to apply for crisis home-energy assistance. Monday is the first day those who need help paying their heating bills can sign up for the crisis phase of the federal program, c ...Read More

PHOTO: As an attorney and, later, a state Supreme Court Justice, Tom Chambers told people that

SEATTLE - Retired state Supreme Court Justice Tom Chambers, who died of cancer on Dec. 11, is being honored today. From working in his father's gas station in the Yakima Valley to 12 years on the state's highest court (2000-2012), Tom Chambers never forgot his roots and made a difference both on and ...Read More

PHOTO: Several members of AARP Nevada are offering their opinion on some of the new technologies being unveiled at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Members of AARP offered opinions on some of the new technologies unveiled at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week. Mark Eisele was among those judging offerings in the product competition called the "50-Plus IT List." Eisele said it was an amazing expe ...Read More

PHOTO: There's a renewed effort to help turnaround blighted communities in Indiana. Photo credit: freedigitalphotos.net/Witthaya Phonsawat.

INDIANAPOLIS – Legislation soon to be introduced at the Statehouse would help address the urban blight plaguing cities and communities across Indiana. An estimated 30 percent of the state's foreclosed homes are abandoned, according to the financial news and opinion website 24/7 Wall Street. ...Read More

PHOTO: A decision by the Montana Board of Oil and Gas Conservation to cancel public comments at a meeting to decide an oil well permit is being challenged in court. Photo credit: USDA

RED LODGE, Mont. - A decision by the Montana Board of Oil and Gas Conservation (BOGC) to cancel public comments at a meeting to decide an oil well permit is being challenged in court. Two groups are suing: Carbon County Resource Council (CCRC) and Northern Plains Resource Council. The BOGC said thos ...Read More

PHOTO: Conservation leaders say a physical barrier is the best method to stop the spread of invasive Asian carp from the Mississippi River into the Great Lakes. Photo credit: Credit: Flickr/kate.gardiner.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Asian carp are voracious eaters that can wipe out native fish, and experts say if the carp make their way into Lake Erie it would wreak havoc on the ecosystem and economy. For years, conservationists and national leaders have examined ways to stop the spread of the invasive ...Read More

PHOTO: Many Michigan children wonder where their next meal is coming from, particularly when school is not in session, but a new video aims to highlight the different programs available to help ensure they receive healthy meals all year. Photo courtesy of Center for Civil Justice.

SAGINAW, Mich. – Now that most Michigan children are back to school after an extended winter break, teachers, administrators, businesses and community groups can help ensure students have regular access to healthy meals year-round. Marybeth Laisure, Child Nutrition Program coordinator for the ...Read More

PHOTO: Conservationists say a physical barrier is the only viable method to keep Asian carp in the Mississippi River from entering the Great Lakes. Photo courtesy of USFWS.

CHICAGO - The Chicago waterway system provides a path for Asian carp and other invasive species to make their way from the Mississippi River Basin into the Great Lakes, which experts say poses a threat to people, wildlife and the economy. A study released by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers this wee ...Read More

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