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Iguanas Falling From Trees In Florida Because It's So ColdIt's so cold in Florida that iguanas are falling from their perches in suburban trees.
Steel Giant Subsidiary Agrees To Pay $1.5 Million In Coke Plant LawsuitArcelorMittal is agreeing to pay $1.5 million to settle a lawsuit over allegations that its western Pennsylvania coke plant had showered the area with soot and other pollutants almost daily.
US To Allow Imports Of Elephant Trophies From Zimbabwe, ZambiaThat means Americans will soon be able to hunt the endangered big game, an activity that garnered worldwide attention when a Minnesota dentist took Cecil, perhaps the world's most famous lion, near a wildlife park in Zimbabwe.
NJ Beaches With Lifeguards Weekend Of September 23-24The first weekend of Fall is shaping up to feel more like summer.
Protecting Delaware Valley Waterways By Being Active, Having FunRiver Days have returned to the region.
Commission Takes Step Towards Drafting Rules To Permanently Ban Fracking In Delaware River BasinThe commission voted three to one to start the process of drafting rules.
A Little Girl's Inspiring Note To Her Police Officer Dad As He Heads Out To Help Harvey Victims"Dear Daddy, I hope you don't get hurt, but I hope you help other people that need it more than you do," she wrote. "I hope no one gets hurt more. I hope everyone gets away the hurricane. I love you!"
CHOP Uses Recycled Rain Water For Award-Winning Green SpaceStorm water runoff from rain and thunderstorms is the number one cause of pollution to waterways in urban environments.
Franklin Institute Astronomer: Animals Could Get 'Confused' During Solar EclipseThe total solar eclipse will happen Monday, Aug. 21.
Margate To Sue Department Of Environmental Protection Over Dune ProjectRecent rains left large pools of water on Margate’s beaches.
Man Catches 30-Pound Carp From Schuylkill RiverThis isn’t the first time Troy Rimes caught such a big carp from the river.
Atlantic County Beaches Reopen After Being Closed Due To High Bacteria LevelsOfficials blame heavy rain for causing bacteria and pollution to reach the ocean.

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