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Retaining Wall On the Brink of Collapse, City Turns Blind Eye

Retaining Wall On the Brink of Collapse, City Turns Blind Eye

One of the great mysteries of water is that it manages to find the shortest course through just about any material. Yet for one city in Montana, this mystery is…

Students Hoping To Find Careers in the Energy Industry Finding Better Training Programs

Students Hoping To Find Careers in the Energy Industry Finding Better Training Programs

Renewable energy has gained quite a bit of interest in the past decade, especially in the heating and cooling industry, but it’s never been a particularly important aspect of the…

Study Reveals Significant Methane Leaks in Sacramento’s Natural Gas Pipelines

Study Reveals Significant Methane Leaks in Sacramento’s Natural Gas Pipelines

Scientists have found that buried natural gas pipelines in the Sacramento region likely leak a significant amount of methane. A major component of the natural gas that is transported from transmission lines…

Former Segregated School In Rural Maryland Reopens As A Community Center For All

Former Segregated School In Rural Maryland Reopens As A Community Center For All

At 70 years old, Newell Quinton stands in the wood-planked halls of the school he once attended during the 1950’s, while reflecting back on the memories of his rural Maryland…

Law Enforcement Agencies To Receive Surplus Military Equipment

Law Enforcement Agencies To Receive Surplus Military Equipment

In 2003, Sheriff Leon Lott of Richland County in South Carolina, watched from a distance as a group of extremists in Abbeville killed two law enforcement officers while continuing to…

UNC System President’s Driveway Reveals Archaeological Artifacts

UNC System President’s Driveway Reveals Archaeological Artifacts

This week, archaeologists continued their excavation from an unlikely place: the driveway of University of North Carolina System President, Tom Ross. Earlier this month, construction crews were preparing the driveway with…

VA Claims Troubles Continue

VA Claims Troubles Continue

In the midst of increasing turmoil throughout the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), a growing number of veterans are having trouble successfully filing for benefit claims. And, according to an…

Bus Driver Scrolling Through iPad Is Only the Tip of the Iceberg for This Transportation Company’s Safety Issues

Bus Driver Scrolling Through iPad Is Only the Tip of the Iceberg for This Transportation Company’s Safety Issues

Plenty of bus passengers bring tablets and smartphones with them to stay entertained on a long trip — but what happens when the bus driver has one of those devices,…

Chicago Graphic Designer Transforms Gang Graffiti Into Public Art

Chicago Graphic Designer Transforms Gang Graffiti Into Public Art

Epifanio Monarrez, a 28 year old Chicago graphic designer, is dedicating himself to painting murals of natural landscapes, comic characters, and important U.S. and Mexico figures over street art that’s been marred…

How to Get a Credit Card After Filing for Bankruptcy

How to Get a Credit Card After Filing for Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy is a stressful experience to say the least, and picking up the pieces afterwards can prove to be even more challenging. This type of situation can take…