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Elephants Thought Extinct May Have Survived

Posted: 04/17/2008 - Borneo's pygmy elephants may be descendants of an extinct Javan elephant race, saved by chance by an 18th century ruler, according to a new study released Thursday.

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Bush's Long-Awaited Call For Curbing Gases Falls Flat Abroad

Posted: 04/17/2008 - President Bush has finally set a target date for reining in U.S. emissions of greenhouse gases but the plan is falling flat in the international arena, where critics have long accused him of not moving quickly enough on tackling global warming.

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Frost Advisory Early Wednesday Morning

Updated: 04/15/2008 - An unusually strong late season cold snap will permit the development of patchy frost early Wednesday morning over much of the area.

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Feds Accused of Poisoning Poor With Sewage Sludge

Posted: 04/15/2008 - Scientists using federal grants spread fertilizer made from human and industrial wastes on yards in poor, black neighborhoods to test whether it might protect children from lead poisoning in the soil.

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California Earthquake Study

Posted: 04/15/2008 - Scientists using newly available data say California faces a 99.7 percent chance of being rocked by a Northridge-sized earthquake within the next 30 years.

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Mississippi River Flooding

Posted: 04/14/2008 - While parts of North Georgia, the Carolinas and North Alabama are still in the grips of a drought, residents just a few hundred miles to the west want the rain to stop.

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Huge Oil Resevoir May Lie Under Northern Plains

Updated: 04/14/2008 - The government estimates up to 4.3 billion barrels of oil can be recovered from the Bakken shale formation in North Dakota and Montana, using current technology.

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Levee Break Floods Corner of Missouri

Posted: 04/13/2008 - A levee along a river in southeast Missouri failed for the second time in recent weeks, causing widespread flooding and forcing the evacuation of homes.

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Louisiana Spillway Opened to Ward Off Flooding

Posted: 04/12/2008 - The Army Corps of Engineers opened a spillway near New Orleans for the first time in 11 years on Friday in an effort to spare the city any flooding from the swollen Mississippi River.

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