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Air Quality Outlook

Posted: 08/15/2008 - Here is the national Air Quality Outlook for Friday and Saturday.

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Rains Slow Work On Miss. Corn Harvest

Posted: 08/15/2008 - Recent rains have helped the Mississippi Delta's soybean and cotton crops, but those rains have also slowed the corn harvesting.

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Despite Recent Rainfall, Drought Remains In AL

Posted: 08/15/2008 - Despite beneficial rainfall this week across much of the state, the U.S. Drought Monitor Survey released Thursday shows parts of Alabama slipping deeper into drought.

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Ocean Dead Zones Become Worldwide Problem

Posted: 08/15/2008 - Like a chronic disease spreading through the body, "dead zones" with too little oxygen for life are expanding in the world's oceans.

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Farmers Get Money For Capturing Carbon

Posted: 08/15/2008 - North Dakota Farmers Union President Robert Carlson said 990 farmers and ranchers in the state got about $2.6 million last month for using no-till and other practices to capture carbon dioxide, which is widely blamed for global warming.

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Scientists Say Oil Exploration Threatens Amazon

Posted: 08/15/2008 - Oil exploration in the Amazon rain forest represents the latest, perhaps greatest, threat to preserving what remains of the world's largest remaining tropical wilderness, scientists said Wednesday.

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The Nation's Weather

Posted: 08/15/2008 - Here is Friday morning's national weather summary.

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More Women Choosing Careers In Forensic Science

Posted: 08/15/2008 - An Associated Press review of accredited forensic science programs in the United States found about 75 percent of graduates are women, an increase from about 64 percent in 2000.

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Worry Over Tactics Grows After Firefighter Deaths

Posted: 08/15/2008 - When a firefighting helicopter went down in Northern California last week, killing nine and injuring four, the mountain crash site was so remote that it could only be reached by air or a full day's hike.

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Alligator Fished Out Of Pond In NYC Suburb

Posted: 08/15/2008 - County wildlife control agents have evicted a neighbor of the Clintons - a 3-foot alligator fished from a pond in the tony New York suburb where the couple live.

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