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Virginia lawmakers fight for coal, send message to Obama

Eighty-five members of the Virginia General Assembly are sending a unified message of opposition to President Barack Obama as it relates to controversial new rules ...

Va. biz leaders, legislators take aim at EPA

Eighty-five members of the General Assembly have added their names to a letter to President Barack Obama, expressing their opposition to proposed regulations to limit ...

Activists plan Richmond march on climate change today

Activists plan to march in Richmond to call on Gov. Terry McAuliffe to address climate change in Virginia.

Abraham: The EPA is (near-) dead; long live the EPA

On Jan. 9, people living near the Elk River's confluence with the Kanawha in Charleston, W.Va., began sensing a black licorice-like smell wafting from the ...

Proposed fracking in Virginia meets broad opposition

The headwaters of the Potomac River rise amid the hills and hollows of George Washington National Forest in Virginia. Small creeks dart past oak, white ...

Bills that could push up bills for Dominion Power customers in Virginia advance

Two bills pushed by Virginia's largest utility company that could cause customers' rates to increase moved forward Monday, passing unanimously out of the Senate Committee ...

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Military seeks restrictions on N.C. wind farm growth.

Military jets will not be able to safely swoop in low for combat training at the Dare County Bombing Range if 30-story wind turbines stand ...