After decades of resistance from the state of Nevada, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is taking the final steps to add an abandoned copper mine in Yerington to the list of the nation's most polluted Superfund sites.
Facing a deadline set by federal regulators, Gov. Brian Sandoval said the state needs more time to decide whether to end its long-held opposition to having an abandoned Nevada mine listed among the nation’s most contaminated sites.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Federal environmental regulators are waiting to hear any last-minute objections from Nevada's governor before formally moving ahead with their proposal to add a contaminated, abandoned mine in rural Yerington to the national list of priority Superfund sites.
It's pretty rare to get face time with the President of the United States, but Kathy Toigo did, and it only cost her $10. The special needs teacher entered an online drawing, never expecting to get the call that she'd won a lunch with President Obama.