- Troopers seize pot plants, grow equipment from Nome home Updated: Jul-31-15 6:20 pm
NOME, Alaska - Alaska State Troopers have seized marijuana with an estimated street value of $32,000 from a home outside Nome.
- Regulators close case questioning California reactor repairs Updated: Jul-31-15 6:18 pm
LOS ANGELES - Federal regulators have closed a case that questioned whether Southern California Edison violated government rules when it installed faulty equipment at the now-closed San Onofre nuclear power plant.
- Duke Energy finishes $1.2B power buyout of eastern NC cities Updated: Jul-31-15 2:29 pm
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Duke Energy Corp. says it's competed a $1.2 billion deal to buy out dozens of eastern North Carolina cities that have struggled for years with bad investments in power plants.
- Belgian firm opening plant in Cherokee County with 35 jobs Updated: Jul-31-15 7:34 am
GAFFNEY, South Carolina - A Belgian company that makes plastics used in the pet industry is opening its first United States plant in Cherokee County, creating 35 jobs.
- South Bend Airport to build federal inspection facility Updated: Jul-31-15 7:02 am
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - Officials at the South Bend International Airport say the facility is ready to start building a federal inspection facility on its property.
- Coroner IDs worker who died after falling at power plant Updated: Jul-30-15 11:28 pm
ROCK SPRINGS, Wyoming - Authorities have released the name of a contractor who died after falling about 45 feet at a power plant in Rock Springs.
- Venezuela occupies food warehouse of biggest private company Updated: Jul-30-15 8:49 pm
CARACAS, Venezuela - Venezuela's largest food distributor on Thursday denounced the government occupation of a Caracas warehouse amid accusations that the company is hoarding goods.
- Vegas-area coal plant owners to pay $4.3M to settle lawsuit Updated: Jul-30-15 7:31 pm
LAS VEGAS - Owners of a soon-to-close coal-fired power plant outside Las Vegas have agreed to pay $4.3 million to settle a lawsuit and clean up contamination that neighboring Native Americans blame for health problems and water pollution.
- Officials return full power to Fort Calhoun nuclear plant Updated: Jul-30-15 6:20 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - Officials say the Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant has returned to full power following a shutdown for repairs for a water leak.
- Officials: Proposed mine won't break environmental policy Updated: Jul-30-15 4:50 pm
LIBBY, Montana - Owners of a northwestern Montana mine say they are one step closer to operating after the U.S. Forest Service found the project would not violate environmental laws or regulations.
- Company revises plan for layout of Eastern Oregon gold mine Updated: Jul-30-15 1:22 pm
ONTARIO, Oregon - Calico Resources Corp. officials have revised plans for their proposed gold mine, moving the processing facilities closer to the mine.
- Ball to close beverage packaging plant in Virginia Updated: Jul-30-15 12:20 pm
BRISTOL, Virginia - Ball Corporation says it plans to close its beverage packaging plant in Bristol, Virginia next year.
- Early 1900s auto factory in Kokomo being demolished Updated: Jul-30-15 3:46 am
KOKOMO, Indiana - Demolition crews are tearing down a former factory in Kokomo that housed the operations of early automobile pioneer Elwood Haynes.
- Railcar maker to expand its Marmaduke manufacturing facility Updated: Jul-29-15 5:49 pm
MARMADUKE, Arkansas - An Arkansas railcar manufacturer says it will spend $10.5 million to expand its tank railcar facility in Marmaduke.
- Boeing expands Oklahoma City facility, business presence Updated: Jul-29-15 5:38 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Boeing Co. broke ground Wednesday on a new $80 million, 290,000-square-foot building that will house about 800 new employees and be the third structure in the aerospace company's growing Oklahoma City campus.
- Continental plans $49M expansion of Culpeper County facility Updated: Jul-29-15 8:32 am
CULPEPER, Virginia - Automotive supplier Continental plans a $49 million expansion of its manufacturing facility in Culpeper County.
- Column, milling company closing plant in Attalla Updated: Jul-28-15 6:10 pm
ATTALLA, Alabama - A column manufacturing and milling company is planning to close its plant in Attalla.
- Furniture maker adding jobs in Ecru Updated: Jul-28-15 4:23 pm
ECRU, Mississippi - Upholstered furniture manufacturer Fusion Furniture Inc. is expanding operations at its facility in north Mississippi's Pontotoc County
- 4 workers injured after hitting power line at metal plant Updated: Jul-28-15 1:20 pm
ALLOY, West Virginia - Four workers have been injured after a jackhammer hit an underground power line at a plant in Fayette County.
- Ravenswood Century Aluminum plant permanently shut down Updated: Jul-28-15 11:44 am
RAVENSWOOD, West Virginia - A Century Aluminum smelter in Jackson County that has sat idle for more than six years will not be restarted following an unsuccessful attempt to obtain a special electricity rate for the plant, the company said.
- White House Notebook: Third term? Obama says no thanks Updated: Jul-28-15 10:01 am
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia - Could President Barack Obama win a third term in office? He's convinced that he could, but would really rather not.
- Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers Updated: Jul-28-15 8:08 am
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- Mitsubishi, UAW to work together on buyer for Illinois plant Updated: Jul-27-15 3:50 pm
CHAMPAIGN, Illinois - Mitsubishi Motors and the United Auto Workers said Monday that they will work together to look for a buyer for the central Illinois plant the company plans to close.
- Delay in finishing new labs at UW prompts finger-pointing Updated: Jul-27-15 1:39 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Completion of a University of Wyoming facility with nearly three dozen labs for computer science, organic chemistry and other disciplines has been delayed until October, prompting officials at the Laramie campus and a contractor to trade blame.
- Hotel mini-boom comes to Alexandria/Pineville Updated: Jul-26-15 7:07 pm
ALEXANDRIA, Louisiana - Construction and renovation will bring at least an 18 percent boost to the number of hotel rooms in the Alexandria-Pineville area.