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No plans to reopen Crandall Canyon Mine in Utah, firm says

A Murray Energy Corp. official says the company has no plans to reopen the Utah coal mine where six miners and three rescuers were killed in 2007.

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No plans to reopen Crandall Canyon Mine in Utah, firm says

A Murray Energy Corp. official says the company has no plans to reopen the Utah coal mine where six miners and three rescuers were killed in 2007.

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Hearing resumes for teen in Oklahoma shootings

A 16-year-old boy accused of shooting and wounding eight people after an Oklahoma City Thunder playoff game fired into a group of unarmed teenage girls after they confronted him about a stolen cell phone, two of the girls testified.

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Hearing resumes for teen in Oklahoma shootings

A 16-year-old boy accused of shooting and wounding eight people after an Oklahoma City Thunder playoff game fired into a group of unarmed teenage girls after they confronted him about a stolen cell phone, two of the girls testified.

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First two pieces of tsunami dock carted away

Two pieces of a concrete dock that floated from Japan to an Oregon beach have been loaded onto trucks and carried away to be salvaged.

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First two pieces of tsunami dock carted away

Two pieces of a concrete dock that floated from Japan to an Oregon beach have been loaded onto trucks and carried away to be salvaged.

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New study connects global warming to recent year heat

An analysis by a top government scientist says the extreme heat and drought seen in the U.S., Europe and other regions in recent years must be global warming. Specifically the study by NASA scientist James Hansen blames climate change for last year’s drought in Texas and Oklahoma, the 2010 heat wave in Russia and the 2003 European heat wave that led to tens of thousands of deaths.

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