The Blue Grass Army Depot invited members of the media to observe a munitions movement demonstrations and tour the buildings before the beginning of the chemical weapons deconstruction at the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (BGCAPP) in June, at which point, the area will no longer be accessible to visitors.
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CLEMSON — Her beauty belies her motives. Fig buttercup’s bright, shiny yellow petals poke upward from heart-shaped, dark green leaves that carpet several Carolina riverbanks. At the same time, the invasive species also smothers out the native plants that once called the bottomlands home.
TWIN FALLS — Idaho Power Co. is making some serious strides toward eliminating coal from its energy sources.
Monarch populations have been dwindling over the past decade. By planting more milkweed, a necessary plant for monarch survival on their 3,000-mile journey from Mexico to Canada, Missourians can aid the colorful insects on their expedition.
Spring is in the air! For me, that also means it is time to update my home. Research has shown that we spend 90 percent of our time indoors, so let’s make our homes as comfortable and beautiful as possible.
A Hebron man has been indicted for allegedly stealing hemp plants from a Washington County farm and then fleeing from police when they tried to arrest him.
The Kentucky Chemical Demilitarization Citizens' Advisory Commission and Chemical Destruction Community Advisory Board (CDCAB) met for the last time Wednesday afternoon before June 4, when destruction of the 523 tons of chemical agent being held at the Bluegrass Army Depot will begin.
Steel shipments rose 5.8 percent year-over-year in January, according to the American Iron and Steel Institute.
LAKE STATION — Brown water is flowing through Lake Station's water system.
Lake County’s recent history is littered with troubled or outright scrapped trash-to-energy projects from firms like Maya Energy and Powers Energy of America and failed experimental green technology projects like Gary Works’ squandered $210 million bet on Carbonex’s alternative to coke.