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3 fires in Wenatchee area burning 36.7 square miles
Three wildfires burning in grasslands south of Wenatchee, Washington, had grown to approximately 36.7 square miles (95 square kilometers), but had not destroyed any structures

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Monsanto beats Street 3Q forecasts
Monsanto tops 3Q net income and revenue expectations
ABC, meat producer settle in $1.9B ‘pink slime’ libel suit
Beef Products Inc. sued ABC in 2012, saying ABC’s coverage misled consumers into believing the product is unsafe.
Trump administration moves to withdraw clean-water rule
The proposed repeal is the latest in a series of Trump moves to undo President Barack Obama’s environmental legacy.
EPA chief met with Dow CEO before deciding on pesticide ban
Both men were featured speakers at an energy industry conference.
Trump administration moves to withdraw WOTUS
Trump administration moves to withdraw WOTUS
President Donald Trump issued an executive order in February ordering EPA to review the rule.
Feds to pay local governments $465 million for 2017 land use
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced the sum in Nevada on Monday.
Grizzlies euthanized after livestock attack
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Landowner battles South Dakota officials over bighorn sheep
Ranchers says the bighorn sheep take his cattle’s food and water, damage his fences and flatten his grass and alfalfa.
New pot rules protect kids; legal battle won’t stop sales

RENO, Nev. (AP) — A lengthy legal battle over the alcohol industry’s exclusive rights to distribute marijuana in Nevada won’t affect the state’s plans to begin recreational pot sales at medical dispensaries on Saturday,...

Key federal ruling on California tunnels months away
The twin tunnels, both four stories high and 35 miles long, would be California’s most ambitious water project since the 1950s and 1960s.