Fracking Chemicals May Not Stay Secret For Much Longer

Wyoming Supreme Court rejects industry’s justification of secrecy surrounding chemicals injected underground.

The concoction of chemicals used in the oil and gas drilling process known as 'fracking' may not be kept a "trade secret" for much longer, following a ruling by the Wyoming Supreme Court on Wednesday. The plaintiffs in the case, the Powder River Basin Resource Council and other groups concerned about the controversial drilling technique, said

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More Implicated In Nuke Cheat Probe

WASHINGTON (AP) — The cheating scandal inside the Air Force’s nuclear missile corps is expanding, with the number of service members implicated by investigators now roughly double the 34 reported just a week ago, officials said Tuesday. It wasn’t immediately clear whether the additional 30-plus airmen suspected of being involved in cheating on proficiency tests […]

WASHINGTON (AP) — The cheating scandal inside the Air Force's nuclear missile corps is expanding, with the number of service members implicated by investigators now roughly double the 34 reported just a week ago, officials said Tuesday. It wasn't immediately clear whether the additional 30-plus airmen suspected of being involved in cheating on

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Homelessness To Be Problem Of The Past In Utah By 2015

The state has taken a simple approach to ending the problem: free housing.

Utah is the first state to implement a program that has reduced its statewide homeless rate by 78 percent, putting it on course to end the problem within two years. The original goal, as outlined in a 2008 state government report, was to end it by 2014, so as 2015 rings in another year, policymakers hope the problem will be done away with. Utah

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Tesla Station To Bring Electric Cars To Wyoming

In an effort to make cross-country electric car travel feasible, Tesla is putting charging stations in the the middle of the continent.

LUSK, Wyo. (AP) — In the least populated county in the least populated state, old Ford and Chevy pickup trucks roam — and rule — the roads. Finding a Tesla, the sleek and pricey all-electric car, around these ranching towns is about as likely as spotting the mythical jackalope. And yet, one day last month, a Model S sedan pulled quietly in at

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