The EPA theorized in 2011 the petroleum industry practice of hydraulic fracturing may have contaminated the groundwater near the town of Pavillion. The EPA now says it won't finish or have outside experts review the research.
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) An unknown number of dud artillery rounds litter the slopes above a remote pass inside Yellowstone National Park. But there are no plans to find and safely detonate them or stop the avalanche control program that uses artillery shells to keep the pass open during the winter...
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