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2011 Environment Stories
Newspaper Story - Missouri Horse owners applaud lifting a federal ban.
Radio Story - A state lawmaker says the governor does not have ability to offer state help to keep St. Louis County parks open.
Radio Story - Joplin reports almost half of the 7500 homes hit in May tornado are being repaired or rebuilt.
Radio Story - Lake Ozark residents brought passionate pleas to a U.S. Representative to save their homes.
Newspaper Story - A U.S. Representative hears pleas from Lake of the Ozarks homeowners fearing federal take over of their homes.
Radio Story - Missouri is ranked 44th in energy efficiency by ACEEE, but efforts in residential conservation is carrying on.
Radio Story - The state stands in 44th place out of the 50 states in terms of economic efficiency.
Radio Story - Over two dozen Southwest Missouri local businesses didn't test drinking water systems for bacteria.
Radio Story - Seedhead weevils are contributing to reducing spotted knapweed along Missouri roadways.
Radio Story - A brain-eating amoeba in freshwater kills a Kansas resident less than 200 miles away from Missouri.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's auditor attacks a newspaper editorial over his lawsuit against the governor.
Newspaper Story - The House Budget Committee chair blisters the state's budget director.
Newspaper Story - Noodlers join forces with legislators to put hand-fishing legislation on the map.
Radio Story - As the 2011 legislative session comes to a close, Missouri noodlers continue to fight for the legalization of hand fishing.
Newspaper Story - State representative Chris Kelly has requested a special session for the Ameren bill that is currently held up in the Senate.
Radio Story - Governor Nixon signs off on the repeal of Proposition B restrictions, going against voters' decision last November.
Radio Story - Governor Nixon signs his dog-breeding bill in a late press conference Wednesday.
Newspaper Story - The governor enacts a law that repeals Proposition B dog-breeding requirements.
Radio Story - The Missouri National Guard assists Poplar Bluff with flood relief, as hundreds have been evacuated from homes with more rain expected to come
Newspaper Story - Mother nature's attacks on Missouri dominate the opening of Missouri's legislature this week.
Radio Story - The Missouri legislature returned from Easter weekend with one natural disaster over and another one on its way.
Radio Story - Rain in Southeast Missouri and Tornadoes in St. Louis leave the state looking for help
Newspaper Story - Nixon calls in National Guard to help southern Missouri with flooding.
Radio Story - Post-tornado damage leaves many Missouri communities under threat of major flooding.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Nixon's compromise has already come under fire by supporters of dog-breeding legislation.
Radio Story - After debate about procedures that most effectively protect children from lead poisoning, House members passed a bill giving federal government control over lead abatement
Radio Story - Despite the nuclear meltdown in Japan, radiation is not a concern for Missouri and its residents.
Radio Story - Obama declared Missouri's February snowstorm a major disaster.
Radio Story - Missouri still hasn't gotten word from the White house on snowstorm relief dollars
Radio Story - A new nuclear power plant proposal in Missouri caused debate among Missourians.
Newspaper Story - Supporters and dissenters of plans for a Callaway nuclear plant gathered an hour before the doors even opened to get a seat
Radio Story - Proposition B tension is high as dog breeders argue to repeal restrictions
Radio Story - Residents in southern Missouri react to a bill that could overturn the releasing of elk into the state.
Radio Story - The question of whether a second nuclear power plant would be build in Missouri was debated in a house committee Tuesday.
Newspaper Story - Snow worked to protect Missouri's fields and ground-level crops from freezing temperatures
Radio Story - The effects of snow on agriculture
Radio Story - 600 National Guard soldiers are waiting to be deactivated from service after being called in by Gov. Nixon Monday.
Newspaper Story - Cattlemen bring hay and grain to their cattle before strong winds, ice, snow
Newspaper Story - As winter weather approaches, MoDOT urges the public to stay off the roads.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Jay Nixon calls the National Guard into duty to help with expected blizzard
Radio Story - Missouri's Attorney General released a report outlining twelve ways to clean up the Lake of the Ozarks
Radio Story - The Missouri House will not allow smoking in a general gallery for House members but the House rejected an attempt to prohibit smoking in their own offices.
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