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Rare calico lobster caught off New Hampshire coast

 


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Police say man was homeless

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No foul play suspected

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Victim flown to Baystate Medical Center

 


1. Oil, gas wells often keep operating despite violations

2. Companies Quietly Apply Biofuel Tools to Household Products

3. Bioengineers Hope Turning Garbage Into Gas Opens A Green Frontier in Iowa, Midwest

4. Bats being blindsided by disease

Detected in Illinois last year, fungus has killed millions of the winged creatures in U.S. and Canada

5. Some local restaurant owners believe there’s something fishy about catches from Lake Erie

6. Kuala Lawas – last frontier for dugong conservation

7. Modi implores India to restore polluted Ganges

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8. Feds raided Rocky Flats 25 years ago, signaling the end of an era

Rocky Flats was once the site of the a nuclear weapons production facility, May 29, 2014. This June will be 25 years since the FBI raided Rocky Flats.

Rocky Flats was once the site of the a nuclear weapons production facility,

May 29, 2014. This June will be 25 years since the FBI raided Rocky Flats.

(RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post)

9. Neighbors fret over scant science on oil, gas drilling health impacts

Eric Ewing, who lives on the outskirts of LaSalle in Weld County, says he is worried about his family’s health after oil and gas drilling operations

10. Despite dire predictions, carbon emissions debate continues


Injuries not life-threatening, officials say 

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Firefighters in Foxborough rescued two men who fell into a reservoir while ice fishing on Sunday, officials say.

The men were ice fishing at Neponset Reservoir when they fell through the ice, firefighters said. A woman tried to rescue them, but then called 911 after she fell through the ice trying to get to the men.

Both men were in the water for about 10 to 15 minutes before being rescued, officials said. A 41-year-old man whose body temperature dropped was taken to a Boston hospital by a medical helicopter that landed at a Gillette Stadium practice field, according to firefighters. A man in his 60s was transported to Norwood Hospital.

Neither man’s injuries are considered life-threatening.

“I don’t know what they’re doing out there on the ice,” Foxborough Fire Capt. Thomas Buckley said. “If you walk out there you’ll see that half the ice is gone.”