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As plans for offshore drilling in Russia’s Arctic materialize, the nation is revisiting Cold War-era nuclear test sites to survey potential radiation hazards around areas of oil and gas exploration, the BBC reports.
After inventor Mike Williams lost his business and his marriage, he ended up homeless. Then he found himself in the hospital after he was attacked and beaten in a California park. Dr. Jong Chen helped Williams back to health and back on his feet. Now they're working together on another invention.
Oakley Airwave ski goggles come with a little screen built into the visor. The screen displays your speed, altitude, and the air time of your last jump.
The sports accessories company dived into application-powered apparel early on. For several years, Oakley has made a pair of shades with built-in earphones and gear that can wirelessly connect to phones.
The Airwave steps deeper into science fiction.
The Cook Inlet Risk Assessment Advisory Team is asking for public comments and ideas on ways to reduce the chances of accidental oil spills or to reduce spills' impact on the area's waters.
The U.S. Coast Guard, Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council and the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation created the Cook Inlet Risk Assessment to look into spill risk reduction measures, like policies, rules, equipment, systems and services, among others, according to a press release.
The Inuit Circumpolar Council says it is pleased with progress made in efforts to reduce global mercury levels.
Early this week, more than 140 countries adopted a global mercury treaty at the United Nations Environment Programme meetings in Geneva, Switzerland.
The treaty includes legally binding and voluntary measures to regulate mercury emissions, the related health aspects and other concerns.
In an interview with The New Republic, the president said that those who dismiss the traditions of hunting "out of hand make a big mistake." The comments come amid his administration's efforts to push gun control in the wake of the shootings last month in Newtown, Conn., in which 20 children were killed.
PRESS RELEASE Haines Police have continued to actively and aggressively investigate the two dogs that were shot by arrows on January 15th. We continue to go door to door talking with residents and following up on every lead that is given to us. This week, we served two search warrants and recovered items related to this incident, including the bow that is believed to have been used. All of these items, along with the arrows previously recovered, have been sent to the Crime Lab for forensic analysis. There are multiple rumors going around town regarding the involvement of specific persons or that an arrest has been made in this case. At this point, no arrests have been made and I do not anticipate an arrest until such time as the forensic examination of the evidence has been completed. We are still encouraging members of the public to call us with any information they may have. Several donors have added to the amount of the reward which now stands at $800.00. The investigation of this case has brought up the possibility that a homeowner was defending his/her property by shooting the dogs. If that is in fact the case, I highly encourage the people involved to come forward and clarify that action. The dogs were shot in the wooded area north of View Street, between Lynnview and 4th Avenue. If there are any homeowners in this area that have seen neighbors outside with a bow, please call the Haines Police. We will continue to pursue this investigation until we can determine without a doubt who was involved and why the dogs were shot. Haines Borough Police 766-2121 Gary Lowe Chief of Police