Rita Alton has an unusual morning routine these days: Wake up. Get dressed. Go outside to see if her house is closer to tumbling down an 80-foot cliff into Lake Michigan.Read More »
The Wisconsin Public Service Commission won't weigh in on whether a $700 million natural-gas plant proposed for Superior will contribute to climate change despite objections made by various environmental groups.Read More »
Despite round-the--clock sandbagging by airmen and others, the Missouri River floodwaters surging on to the air base that houses the U.S. military's Strategic Command in Nebraska were just too much. Delicate equipment, munitions and dozens of aircraft were all still at risk.Read More »
An obscure Wisconsin board voted this week to lift a ban that had prevented employees from working on climate-change matters on state time, a prohibition Republicans put in place specifically in response to policies favored by the executive director of the board, the daughter of the Earth Day founder, Gaylord Nelson.
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