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Boom in Natural Gas Will Lead to More Greenhouse Gases

View Sample Sign Up Now The state of Louisiana says it ... The EPA’s McCabe said that new plants are now required to use pollution-control “technologies that will be as efficient as possible in limiti... read more

Big Banks May Lose $185B in AWOL Customers

What is unclear is whether all that lost revenue will go to credit unions and banks other than those listed here, or whether it will simply be redistributed among the 10 biggest as customers switch fr... read more

Floodwater creeps closer to La. towns

Deputies warned people Sunday to get out as water gushing from a floodgate for the first time in four decades crept ever closer to communities in the Louisiana ... and another two Sunday. There are 12... read more

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1-3" Saturday Slush (50 returns for Thanksgiving Day)

1-3" snow possible Saturday PM hours ... several tornadoes and numerous reports of large hail and straight-line wind damage, all the way from the parishes north of New Orleans across Mississippi and A... read more


Governor Jindal’s Update on Hurricane Gustav Preparedness Efforts

This will allow those parishes to provide shelters to their population in case the storm comes their way, and to assist South Louisiana in their ... they need to evacuate as soon as possible. Governor ... read more

The Latest: Houston resuming bus, light rail, trash services

Edwards said Louisiana wanted to send help, including Fish and Wildlife agents and ... some clean-air requirements for gasoline to ensure an adequate fuel supply despite disruptions caused by Harvey. ... read more

'Money is killing us,' Gulf fisherman says

The latest health risk in the Gulf of Mexico is an abundance of money, says one Louisiana fisherman ... the chief executive officer of BP, has another theory. “Food poisoning is a very big issue,” Hay... read more

Chemical Storage, Good and Not So Good

A reader sent along a query that’s about as far from current events as possible, and I think that a lot of us are ... places that separate out strong oxidizers and/or strong reducing agents as well. T... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

Back in the land where we didn’t have kids that participated in unimaginably expensive sports or wished for gifts like iPod Touches, my husband and I actually purchased gifts for each other. I am a go... read more

Plant Expansions Fueled by Shale Boom to Boost Greenhouse Gas, Toxic Emissions

The state of Louisiana says it will allow the facility to release up to 10.6 million ... This is on top of the 963 tons of pollutants that were discharged into the air by Sasol and other companies wit... read more

Welcome Summer Solstice - Cool Bias Lingers - Tropical Trouble for Gulf Coast

Frequent puffs of Canadian air keep Minnesota ... showing a possible landfall Wednesday night between Galveston and Lafayette, Louisiana. Storm surge damage may be minor to moderate, although flood-pr... read more

Flood frontline gets some good news about crest

Jump to text One of two key frontlines in the battle against the Mississippi River got some go... read more



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