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Archive: May 12, 2016

Kentuckians are encouraged to donate nonperishable foods during letter carriers' annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive Saturday. (Greg Stotelmyer)

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FRANKFORT, Ky. - This week, helping feed people who are hungry in Kentucky will be as easy as putting canned food by the mailbox. Saturday is the 24th year of the "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive, when letter carriers across the country collect nonperishable foods from homes as they deliver mail. Denis ...Read More

North Carolina's butterflies and other pollinators such as bees and hummingbirds are impacted by industrial and agricultural development. (Angelique Hjarding)

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – North Carolina's Butterfly Highway isn't going to shorten your nightly commute, but it will make it more scenic. The project began a year ago in the Charlotte area as an effort to increase the network of pollinator habitats in the community, and make it easier for butterfli ...Read More

Women's Health Week is this week in Tennessee, and women are encouraged to get preventive health screenings and increase the healthy food they eat and the amount of exercise they get. (Kate Sumbler/flickr.com)

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In the midst of being mothers, daughters, wives and caregivers, women in Tennessee don't always make time to take care of themselves. That's why the Tennessee Department of Health is celebrating National Women's Health Week and reminding women in the state to take small, m ...Read More

Two Mexican Gray Wolf pups were raised in Missouri, and put in a den in New Mexico. Biologists won't know for several months whether they survived. (Endangered Wolf Center)

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ST. LOUIS - A couple of wolf pups have gotten a lot of attention after becoming the first to be born in captivity and placed in a den in the wild, where a female wolf had just given birth. The pups were taken to New Mexico for release shortly after being born at the Endangered Wolf Center in St. Lou ...Read More

A Boston-based peace group says President Barack Obama needs to bring some concrete nuclear-disarmament proposals when he visits Hiroshima later this month. (ChairBoy via wiki).

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BOSTON – It is a visit that is sure to make history, but a Boston-based peace group says President Barack Obama needs to have some constructive initiatives in hand when he visits Hiroshima later this month. Obama plans to become the first U.S. president to visit that part of Japan since the ...Read More

The company behind a planned frack wastewater recycling plant says low-level radioactive waste that would come from it will be properly disposed of. (Sierra Club)

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The sludge that would come from an Antero frack wastewater recycling plant would be low-level radioactive material, but Antero says it will be properly disposed of. Some people in Doddrige County and the gas fields are worried about what will happen to the somewhat radioactive ...Read More

Critics charge the proof of need used to justify huge proposed pipelines to federal regulators is often contracts between branches of the same utility conglomerates. (Rick Webb/Dominion Pipeline Monitoring Coalition)

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RICHMOND, Va. – Federal regulations may be favoring duplication and overbuilding of huge pipeline projects proposed to bring natural gas to Virginia and other eastern markets. Between them, the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) and Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) ultimately could cost ratepayers ...Read More

There are nearly 13,000 children in the foster care system in Ohio. (Pixabay)

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TOLEDO, Ohio - May is Foster Care Month, and efforts are intensifying in Ohio to recruit foster parents. According to state data, there are almost 13,000 children in the foster care system in Ohio, yet only about 7,000 foster parents are available through public agencies to provide care. At Lucas C ...Read More

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