Three middle school students in Volusia County are facing felony charges for allegedly putting red pepper flakes into their teacher’s soda
1. Portland boil water alert: Advisory is cancelled, but questions persist
2. Upgrading Sacramento’s wastewater treatment could cost $2 billion
3. State may intervene in Long Beach’s case against BNSF rail yard project
4. Dan River cleanup stirs ingenuity
5. Frisco residents say odor, dust from industrial plants ruining neighborhood
6. Oregon counties ban genetically modified crops
7. Fifty-two countries join ‘March against Monsanto’
Over 400 cities in 52 countries joined the March Against Monsanto yesterday with as many as a million people, or more, joining the global protest.
8. Henderson now ‘a lot smarter’ after era of toxic production
9. Polluted groundwater seeping into the Bound Brook, posing costly cleanup challenges
10. Rosedale train explosion still being felt by local businesses one year later
Millions of dollars in damages claimed in litigation tied to CSX derailment
11. Soccer coach: Could artificial turf be causing cancer?
12. Your Food Is Poisoning You
For years, an underground movement has claimed that the very food we eat—by virtue of the pesticides and herbicides we so commonly use—is poisoning us. Until now, they’ve been (at best) ignored and (more often than not) mocked. Suddenly though, it looks like the joke has been on us all along.
Have you ever wondered about the story behind Typhoid Mary? It’s Irish Immigrant was said to have positioned 50 people in the 1900’s without falling ill herself.
Find out more here http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/17/typhoid-mary-mystery-solved_n_3762822.html?utm_hp_ref=science
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