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In focus on our Friday rundown; two members of Congress are stepping down over sexual misconduct allegations; the BLM suspends natural gas waste standards; and we have a noted historian's take on the GOP Tax plan.

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Archive: May 8, 2007

Climate change action is economic action. That's according to the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, which shows states can take steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and it can make money, too. University of Montana Ecology Professor Dr. Steven Running is a member of the ...Read More

It's "National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day" and, researchers at the University of Colorado at Denver Health Sciences Center say early childhood is a key time for social and emotional development. Sarah Hoover was the principal investigator of a study finding high rates of Colorado childre ...Read More

The most recent data from the South Dakota Risk Behavior Survey shows that 29 South Dakota youth ages 15 to 24 took their own lives in 2005, and suicide is the second leading cause of death for South Dakota kids. This is Children's Mental Health Awareness Day and Duane Majeres with Community Counse ...Read More

Waiting lists for affordable housing in Minnesota are getting longer, according to a new report from the Minnesota Housing Partnership. Spokesman Chip Halbach says the report reveals a growing gap between supply and demand. “There are 29,000 households across the state who are on the various ...Read More

Forget flowers or candy for Mother's Day. Health insurance may be an unconventional gift idea, but it's one that health care advocates say moms are asking for, including cancer patient Roberta Mahoney in Reno. She's one of the 17 million women in the U.S. without healthcare. When she lost coverage ...Read More

Spring is the time of the birds and the bees, but one of those two may be scarce this year. A mysterious honeybee blight is threatening food crops across the country, including New Hampshire's homegrown agriculture. Julia Bovey of the Natural Resources Defense Council says no one can predict whe ...Read More

Some Washington State chefs are among more than 200 food industry professionals meeting with congressional representatives this week. They're explaining the importance of a healthy wild salmon population to their businesses. Riley Starks is a chef who catches his own fish in the San Juan Islands fo ...Read More

Fighting to save the family farm in West Virginia has new meaning for the Sharp family. The land they've farmed for 300 years is slated to be taken away through eminent domain. The land would then be used to build a sewage treatment plant to benefit the privately-owned Snowshoe Mountain Resort. Tom ...Read More

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