Natural Resource Management

The Latest: Area bodies found common for illegal crossings

Jun 24, 2019

A spokesman for a Texas sheriff's department says the bodies of a woman in her early 20s, a toddler and two infants were found in an area of South Texas near the Mexican border that is a common route for migrants entering the country illegally

Ukrainian worker dies in Poland after employer abandons him

Jun 24, 2019

A Ukrainian man who fainted on the job in a workshop in Poland was found dead in a forest after his employer left him there rather than call an ambulance

Scientists predicting record dead zone in Chesapeake Bay

Jun 21, 2019

Some ecologists at the University of Maryland are worried that a large spot of low oxygen in the Chesapeake Bay could harm the state's seafood industry

Rot in peace: Sites lacking for whale corpses amid die-off

Jun 21, 2019

Rot in peace: So many gray whales are washing up on the US West Coast that the federal agency that deals with the rotting carcasses is running out of places to put them while they decompose

Iran Revolutionary Guard shoots down US drone amid tensions

Jun 20, 2019

Iran's Revolutionary Guard shoots down US drone amid heightened Tehran-Washington tensions over collapsing nuclear deal

MediaNews plans to cut 81 jobs at Reading Eagle

Jun 19, 2019

The new owners of the Reading Eagle plan to lay off more than a third of the staff after they assume control of the 150-year-old newspaper and the company's other assets later this month

Alabama man denies feeding meth to 'attack squirrel'

Jun 19, 2019

An Alabama man has posted a video denying he fed methamphetamine to a so-called "attack squirrel" that he calls a pet

Mother mule deer caught after attack on Colorado woman

Jun 13, 2019

Colorado wildlife officials say a mother mule deer will be killed after it attacked and injured an 85-year-old woman

Court fight could affect future of bison in Montana

Jun 5, 2019

The Democratic governor of Montana who is running for president and the Republican secretary of state who wants his job are locked in a constitutional dispute over a measure that could hamper future efforts to allow bison to roam freely in the state

The Latest: Carnival to pay $20M for cruise pollution

Jun 3, 2019

Carnival Corp. has reached a settlement with federal prosecutors in which the world's largest cruise line agreed to pay a $20 million penalty for its ships continuing to pollute the oceans despite promising years ago to stop.

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