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Coal plants' demise could boost electricity bills

Coal-fired plants -- the dominant source of cheap power -- are shutting down in response to environmental regulations and economic forces. That means electricity prices ...

Correction: US Steel-Icy Shutdown story

No More Oil Found Near Indiana Refinery Spill

Coast Guard officials said crews didn't find any more oil during a Sunday search of the Lake Michigan shore following last week's spill at BP's ...

Report: Climate Change Reduces Forests' Carbon Uptake

Climate change is causing trees to take up less carbon dioxide despite a longer growing season, according to research conducted by Indiana University researchers that ...

Indiana biz groups challenge EPA climate change rules

A coalition of national and state business groups launched an effort Thursday to fight new rules on greenhouse gas emissions that would affect Indiana more ...

House panel told more monitoring needed to study link between fracking, Kansas earthquakes

I&M Starts billing for nuclear project

Despite decline, states still spending billions to import coal

While coal use has declined in recent years, most states are still spending billions to import the fuel for electricity generation, according to a new ...

2 groups challenge Indiana coal gasification permit

2 groups challenge Indiana's extension of permit for proposed S. Ind. coal-gasification plant

A proposed $2.8 billion coal-gasification plant that won a reprieve last month from the Indiana Supreme Court is facing a new challenge, this time from ...