By Natasha Khan | PublicSource | Sept. 21, 2014
Emergency response officials are currently assessing the risks that trains carrying millions of gallons of highly combustible crude oil pose to residents in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Dollars in the ad race
Here are the totals spent on TV ads by the PA gubernatorial candidates. Check back for weekly updates.
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If you think 15,000 ads in 10 weeks of the Pennsylvania governor’s race is a lot, check out what’s happening in the Iowa and Michigan Senate races.
This week was chock full of big news about the health and environmental impacts of fracking in Pennsylvania.
In early September I found myself crammed on a bus with about 50 feisty environmental journalists rolling around Mississippi. We were on a mission to scope out a couple of oil-drilling sites and we were hoping to get our eyes on some fracking.
A proposed federal bill could alleviate the financial burden for families who challenge schools on the education provided to their special-needs children.
Reporter Halle Stockton discusses her personal connection to the stories she writes about workers with disabilities in Pennsylvania.
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