EPA Regional Administrator For Kentucky Resigns After Indictment

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The Environmental Protection Agency’s top regional official for the Southeast has resigned after a grand jury indicted him on ethics violations last week. Southeast Regional Administrator Onis “Trey” Glenn, who oversaw EPA enforcement for eight states including Kentucky, was indicted for

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Former EPA Official Calls On Administrator In Charge Of Kentucky To Step Down

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A former Environmental Protection Agency official has called on the EPA administrator in charge of Kentucky to step down after a grand jury indicted him on ethics violations earlier this week. Obama-era Regional Administrator Judith Enck said EPA Southeast Regional Administrator Onis “Trey”

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Kentucky Utility Regulators Block Low-Income Advocacy Groups From Rate Case

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Kentucky public utility regulators have denied groups advocating for low-income families from participating in the latest Louisville Gas & Electric rate case while at the same time granting Walmart, Kroger and the U.S. Department of Defense a seat at the table. It’s the first time in more

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Department Of Energy Praises Bullitt County Schools For Energy Efficiency

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Officials with the U.S. Department of Energy paid a visit to Mt. Washington Elementary in Bullitt County on Tuesday to recognize the district for its energy efficiency improvements. In a little more than a decade, the Bullitt County Public School District has reduced energy use in schools by

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Here’s How You Can Help Improve West Louisville’s Tree Canopy

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Downtown Louisville is one of the fastest growing urban heat islands in the country, and that’s because there aren’t enough trees. To help keep the city cool, public and private partners are working with groups like Brightside to plant more trees in the parts of the city that need it most. On

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Like All Of Nature, Climate Change Will Affect Louisville’s Fall Foliage, Too

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Before Louisville’s sugar maples shed their leaves, the foliage does its best interpretation of a sunset, turning shades of tangerine and crimson. These maples are among the city’s most brilliant fall colors and also among the most common, but that will change as the planet continues to warm,

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Ky. Coal Mine That Belonged To W.Va. Governor Causes Damaging Floods Again

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The rain started around 10:30 p.m. By midnight, the creek in front of Elvis and Laura Thackers’ house had swelled to a mighty flood, uprooting trees, moving boulders and surging right up to the couple’s front steps. The Thackers decided to abandon their home. But when they got into their Jeep,

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Gov. Bevin Asks For Emergency Declaration For Kentucky Farmers

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Gov. Matt Bevin has requested an emergency disaster declaration for Kentucky farmers after September’s severe storms battered Kentucky agriculture marring the quality and the yield for this season’s crops. In a letter to the United States Department of Agriculture, Bevin said high winds wrecked

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Another Kentucky Coal Power Plant To Close

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Henderson, Kentucky, will close its coal-fired power plant next February after nearly five decades in operation. The plant, known as Station Two, is among a vintage of older, smaller coal plants that have been hanging on by a thread. Maintenance costs, compounded by a glut of natural gas and

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Depaving Downtown: Trees Replace Asphalt In Effort To Reduce Urban Heat

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It’s a breezy Saturday morning in the parking lot near Fresh Start Grower’s Supply near downtown Louisville. About two dozen volunteers are tearing out a section of concrete and asphalt to make room for some trees. Depave Project Coordinator Valerie Magnuson is organizing the effort; the first

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