- Judge halts planned Millennium Hollywood skyscrapers project Updated: Apr-30-15 6:57 pm
LOS ANGELES - A judge has halted plans to build a 1 million-square-foot complex of skyscrapers, stores and restaurants in the heart of Hollywood.
- Bill pulls back NC environment mandate on public funds, land Updated: Apr-26-15 10:59 am
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Leading North Carolina business lobbying groups are pushing to scale back a 1971 state law that requires government agencies to evaluate the potential results of spending public dollars or disturbing public lands on the environment.
- Federal agency will release Oregon LNG statement in February Updated: Apr-23-15 12:11 pm
WARRENTON, Oregon - An Oregon energy company that wants to export liquefied natural gas should have an environmental assessment from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by next February.
- Group raises $200K to fight proposed Kauai dairy farm Updated: Apr-22-15 3:55 pm
LIHUE, Hawaii - A group fighting a proposed grass-fed Kauai dairy will hire experts to study the project's environmental impacts.
- Federal regulators release coal railroad draft study Updated: Apr-17-15 3:07 pm
LIVINGSTON, Montana - Federal regulators have released a draft study of the potential environmental impacts of the proposed Tongue River Railroad and found it could have minor to highly adverse impacts on transportation, climate change, noise, water and historical resources.
- Public support for controversial Los Angeles-area tunnel Updated: Apr-12-15 8:07 pm
MONTEREY PARK, California - A controversial proposal to connect Interstate 710 from Long Beach to Pasadena by a 4-mile tunnel received support at the first public hearing since an environmental report was released.
- Plan would help endangered fish at Utah Lake Updated: Apr-12-15 6:41 pm
PROVO, Utah - The habitat for an endangered fish species found naturally only in Utah Lake and the Provo River would be improved under a plan endorsed by state and federal officials.
- US agency aims to revive mining exemption for roadless area Updated: Apr-06-15 6:10 pm
DENVER - The U.S. Forest Service said Monday it wants to revive the possibility of expanded underground coal mining in a designated roadless area in Gunnison County in western Colorado.