- Railcar maker to expand its Marmaduke manufacturing facility Updated: Jul-29-15 5:49 pm
MARMADUKE, Arkansas - An Arkansas railcar manufacturer says it will spend $10.5 million to expand its tank railcar facility in Marmaduke.
- Boeing expands Oklahoma City facility, business presence Updated: Jul-29-15 5:38 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Boeing Co. broke ground Wednesday on a new $80 million, 290,000-square-foot building that will house about 800 new employees and be the third structure in the aerospace company's growing Oklahoma City campus.
- Continental plans $49M expansion of Culpeper County facility Updated: Jul-29-15 8:32 am
CULPEPER, Virginia - Automotive supplier Continental plans a $49 million expansion of its manufacturing facility in Culpeper County.
- Column, milling company closing plant in Attalla Updated: Jul-28-15 6:10 pm
ATTALLA, Alabama - A column manufacturing and milling company is planning to close its plant in Attalla.
- Furniture maker adding jobs in Ecru Updated: Jul-28-15 4:23 pm
ECRU, Mississippi - Upholstered furniture manufacturer Fusion Furniture Inc. is expanding operations at its facility in north Mississippi's Pontotoc County
- 4 workers injured after hitting power line at metal plant Updated: Jul-28-15 1:20 pm
ALLOY, West Virginia - Four workers have been injured after a jackhammer hit an underground power line at a plant in Fayette County.
- Ravenswood Century Aluminum plant permanently shut down Updated: Jul-28-15 11:44 am
RAVENSWOOD, West Virginia - A Century Aluminum smelter in Jackson County that has sat idle for more than six years will not be restarted following an unsuccessful attempt to obtain a special electricity rate for the plant, the company said.
- White House Notebook: Third term? Obama says no thanks Updated: Jul-28-15 10:01 am
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia - Could President Barack Obama win a third term in office? He's convinced that he could, but would really rather not.
- Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers Updated: Jul-28-15 8:08 am
The Herald Times (Bloomington). July 23, 2015
- Mitsubishi, UAW to work together on buyer for Illinois plant Updated: Jul-27-15 3:50 pm
CHAMPAIGN, Illinois - Mitsubishi Motors and the United Auto Workers said Monday that they will work together to look for a buyer for the central Illinois plant the company plans to close.
- Delay in finishing new labs at UW prompts finger-pointing Updated: Jul-27-15 1:39 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Completion of a University of Wyoming facility with nearly three dozen labs for computer science, organic chemistry and other disciplines has been delayed until October, prompting officials at the Laramie campus and a contractor to trade blame.
- Hotel mini-boom comes to Alexandria/Pineville Updated: Jul-26-15 7:07 pm
ALEXANDRIA, Louisiana - Construction and renovation will bring at least an 18 percent boost to the number of hotel rooms in the Alexandria-Pineville area.
- Radford ammunition plant to reduce toxic waste open burning Updated: Jul-26-15 2:29 pm
RADFORD, Virginia - The Radford Army Ammunition Plant plans to install a new contained incinerator to reduce open burning of toxic waste.
- Officials celebrate opening of Virginia Tech dairy facility Updated: Jul-26-15 9:53 am
WHITETHORNE, Virginia - The cows haven't moved into the new Kentland Farm dairy science production facility yet, but plenty of people showed up on July 17 to see the new home of Virginia Tech's milking herd.
- Animal planet star visits metro Atlanta shelter Updated: Jul-26-15 9:43 am
MARIETTA, Georgia - Animal Planet star Jackson Galaxy recently visited east Cobb's newly constructed, cage-free cat shelter run by the Good Mews Animal Foundation.
- German automaker to build plant in Auburn Updated: Jul-25-15 9:05 am
AUBURN, Alabama - A German automaker has announced plans to build its first U.S. manufacturing plant in Alabama.
- Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors to end US production Updated: Jul-24-15 4:41 pm
NORMAL, Illinois - Mitsubishi Motors confirmed Friday that it plans to stop production at its only U.S. factory and sell the plant in central Illinois that has more than 1,200 workers.
- Missouri nuclear power plant expected to reopen soon Updated: Jul-24-15 1:12 pm
FULTON, Missouri - Ameren Corp.'s nuclear power plant in mid-Missouri is expected to reopen later Friday, a day after it was shut down due to a "non-emergency" steam leak.
- Wyoming coal mine prepares to move huge excavating equipment Updated: Jul-23-15 7:34 pm
GILLETTE, Wyoming - Cloud Peak Energy is preparing to move a huge piece of excavating equipment 43 miles from one Wyoming mine to another in pursuit of deeper coal.
- Proposed Shell plant would generate own power - a lot of it Updated: Jul-23-15 5:08 pm
MONACA, Pennsylvania - A proposed petrochemical plant in western Pennsylvania would use - and generate - a substantial amount of power.
- DNR wants to expand projects that don't require analysis Updated: Jul-23-15 4:56 pm
MADISON, Wisconsin - The state Department of Natural Resources wants to permanently expand the list of projects that don't require an environmental analysis, including air pollution permits, decisions affecting factory farms and dam repairs.
- Colorado officials planning for new carbon pollution rules Updated: Jul-23-15 4:40 pm
DENVER - Colorado officials say they're planning for an expected EPA rule next month that could require a 30 percent reduction in carbon-dioxide emissions nationwide by 2030.
- Missouri nuclear plant shut down after 'non-emergency' leak Updated: Jul-23-15 2:31 pm
ST. LOUIS - The Ameren Corp. nuclear power plant in central Missouri was shut down for the second time in eight months Thursday after a "non-emergency" leak was found in the reaction control system.
- Obama's top initiative to aid Africa is now in jeopardy Updated: Jul-23-15 11:03 am
WASHINGTON - As President Barack Obama returns to Africa this week, his major initiative to help the continent double access to electricity is in jeopardy, undermined by Congress.
- Why airlines keep pushing biofuels: They have no choice Updated: Jul-22-15 3:44 pm
NEW YORK - The number of global fliers is expected to more than double in the next two decades. In order to carry all those extra passengers, airlines are turning to a technology very few can make work on a large scale: converting trash into fuel.