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The health of the state's reclamation fund used to cleanup abandoned coal mining sites has been called into question as the coal industry struggles, mining... [Read More]
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Increasing the number of parks and making sure there's green space within a 10-minute walk from homes were among the goals discussed with a newly... [Read More]
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It may be worth missing some sleep Sunday night to catch a lunar eclipse scientists have dubbed a "super blood wolf moon.""This year is a... [Read More]
When most people think of Ohio, coral reefs typically aren't part of the picture.But it just so happens that an international nonprofit organization with a focus on... [Read More]
The shorelines of Columbus' three drinking water reservoirs have changed dramatically in the past 20 years.In many cases, neatly cut grass used to go to... [Read More]
Each year, the federal government signs off on thousands of birds and active nests getting destroyed in Ohio.Anyone who wishes to kill any birds they... [Read More]
For the third time this school year, Columbus City Schools will be dismissing 2 1/2 hours early Monday because of "persistent high temperatures and humidity."That... [Read More]
Columbus City Schools will be dismissing 2 1/2 hours early Tuesday due to "persistent high temperatures and humidity," according to a Facebook post on the school... [Read More]
The Ohio State Highway Patrol's Delaware post plans to set up two sobriety checkpoints this week.Troopers have not announced which county the checkpoints will be... [Read More]
Fred Yoder remembers when his father had the farm and they lived in a small, white frame house in Union County.Yoder, 63, farms the same land... [Read More]
Fred Yoder remembers when his father had the farm and they lived in a small, white frame house in Union County. Yoder, 63, farms the... [Read More]
It starts out as dark striping or banding on what would otherwise be healthy beech tree leaves.But the unknown disease wreaks havoc on the tree,... [Read More]
Branch Out was launched by then-Mayor Michael B. Coleman's administration in 2015 with the goal to plant 300,000 trees by 2020. [Read More]
Perched in a tower in the desert, there are mountains on the horizon. Tires are smoldering in the distance, emitting small dark plumes of smoke.... [Read More]
Metro Parks commissioners are opposing a proposal by Rock on the Range organizers to use a portion of Three Creeks Metro Park containing wetlands as... [Read More]
Farmers in the Maumee River Basin will have to wait a couple months to learn how a commission will execute Gov. John Kasich's order to... [Read More]
The popular metal/hard rock festival Rock on the Range is interested in using a metro park containing wetlands as its next venue, city officials confirmed."We're... [Read More]
The popular metal/hard rock festival Rock on the Range is interested in using a metro park containing wetlands as its next venue, city officials confirmed."We're... [Read More]
Deployment of the first installment of a $75 million settlement from Volkswagen earmarked to improve air quality hit a snag in the approval process with... [Read More]
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has set a three-year deadline for the Columbus metro area to come into compliance with revised Clean Air Act standards."Most... [Read More]
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