Report: How restoring polluted Great Lakes waters leads to cities’ rebirth – cleveland.com
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Attorneys for families of the six people who were killed and for survivors of 2018’s Florida International University pedestrian bridge collapse say Louis Berger Group is the last defendant that has not yet agreed to settle lawsuits in state court in Miami. The legal actions target companies that designed and built the bridge. Berger’s work on the project raises several sticky questions about the relationship between peer review quality and the liability such reviews create. Berger’s peer review included only final design and not intermediate phases during . . .
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A lightning strike which hit a septic tank at a Port Charlotte home caused a toilet to explode.
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Two recently reported appearances of gray wolves in Colorado have led the state parks and wildlife officials to investigate whether the predator is returning to its historic homeland. Photos of a gray wolf spotted in…
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