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Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Ana to see the DISCOVERY SCIENCE CENTER'S ECO CHALLENGE, a state-of-the-art, environmentally themed, eco-friendly exhibit. ECO CHALLENGE is a permanent interactive exhibit area designed to stimulate behavioral change in...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Science, Boeing Co., Human Interest, Waste
Gail Pickering of Baltimore put some gasoline aside last winter when her snow plow broke down. Months later she tried giving it away but found out it was too old to use. Pickering finally parted with the petrol on Saturday, dropping it off at the city...
When an accident with hazardous materials happens in Somerset County, a new team of trained volunteers is ready to respond. After months of training and preparation, the newly formed Somerset County hazmat team Wednesday received recognition as a state...
Tags: Scalp, Disasters and Accidents, Fires, Human Body
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile citizens reflect on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, state and local emergency service providers are still mindful of threats that face even rural communities. Gene Kiser, executive director of the Kentucky Office of Homeland...
Even in rural America, where the sparse population generally considers itself safe, and targets that terrorists likely would strike are few, security has been ramped up since Sept. 11, 2001. In fact, nearly every public building in Brown County has made...
While clean-up along the railroad tracks in McKinney is proceeding steadily after last week’s derailment, there is no answer yet as to what happened to cause the derailment and federal authorities have said that the only explanation will come from...
Finally nine hours, at 10:15 p.m. Monday night, Interstate 70 reopened after being shut down since 1:15 in the afternoon. The four-mile stretch of the interstate was closed both east and west of Topeka because investigators suspected a man was carrying...
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The Veterans Administration Medical Center in Wichita will pay almost $18,000 in fines for several hazardous waste violations. The Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday that the hospital will pay $17,979 for...
Kansas officials say they were just being cautious when they closed a 25-mile stretch of heavily traveled Interstate 70 for more than nine hours because of a suspicious vehicle. The Kansas Highway Patrol closed the interstate west ofTopeka on Monday...
By IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS STAFF WRITERLITTLEROCK -- A long freight train derailed Wednesday in the high desert of northern Los Angeles County, and firefighters were trying to determine if a number of cars were leaking an unspecified hazardous substance. More than half of the 63 cars...
by KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe Robert J. Dole Veteran's Administration Hospital in Wichita will pay almost $18,000 in fines. The Environmental Protection Agency says the fines are for several hazardous waste violations. They include improper handling of used oil and antifreeze,...
KTLA NewsLITTLEROCK, Calif. (KTLA) -- Residents in Littlerock have been allowed to return home after a Union Pacific train carrying hazardous materials derailed, causing concerns of a chemical leak. The accident happened around 1:25 p.m. Wednesday near the...
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