The Allegheny Front for the week of

May 4, 2011

Journalism Award Winner: Learning to Love The Brambles

When we think of spring flowers, we typically imagine the beautiful ones that are budding at this time of year.

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Water Water Everywhere: Managing Pennsylvania's Water

Compared to many other states, Pennsylvania is water-rich. But a lot of water is used here.

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Critical Watersheds in Balancing Act

As part of the state's water plan, two creeks outside of Pittsburgh have been identified as Critical Water Planning Areas. But this final designation is just the beginning of balancing the competing interests for their valuable water.

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When A Golden Eagle Leaves Connecticut...

Scientists released a Golden eagle in Connecticut about a month ago outfitted with a GPS tracking device.

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DEP Reverses Decision on Drilling Regulation and other Marcellus News

Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection has reversed a policy on gas drilling regulation that brought widespread compl

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Duquesne forms Research Institute for Energy and the Environment

Citing the Marcellus Shale gas industry, as well wind and nuclear energy developments, Duquesne University in Pittsburgh has formed a Res

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The Allegheny Front for the Week of May 4, 2011

Listen to the entire show: First The AF taps into Pennsylvania's water management plan.

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