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  • MTA's New Transit Center Has Big Goals

    M-OliverTransitCtrThis week KMAS had the opportunity to tour the construction site of the Mason County Transit Authority's Transit-Community Center Project, located at 601 W. Franklin Street. MTA Development Manager Mike Oliver led a tour which showed off many of the features… Read More +

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  • Tacoma Police Award Medal Of Courage

    tacomadomeThe Tacoma Police Department awarded the Medal of Courage to a citizen for his bravery in saving a drowning girl. Police Chief Donald Ramsdell made the presentation to Noah McDonald, saying his heroism went beyond what was expected of a citizen.… Read More +

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  • Which QB Will No. 20 Utah Choose For Oregon State?

    footballcollegeThe big mystery for Thursday night's game between No. 20 Utah and Oregon State is who the Utes will start at quarterback. The depth chart lists Travis Wilson "or" Kendal Thompson, and earlier this week coach Kyle Whittingham wasn't giving away his choice. The 6-foot-7 Wilson has thrown for 788 yards and seven touchdowns this season, starting all five games for the Utes.

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New Coal Pollution Limits Challenge Industry

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-09_e38650883b.jpgMichael Hall/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) -- These are tough times for America’s coal industry, and another challenge came on Friday, when the Obama administration announced EPA requirements for new coal-fired power plants, moving to impose for the first time strict limits on the pollution blamed for global warming. The proposal would help reshape where Americans get electricity, away from a coal-dependent past into a future fired by cleaner sources of energy.

President Obama says new rules would help end “the limitless dumping of carbon pollution” from power plants. Under the proposal, new coal-powered power plants would have to install expensive technology to capture carbon dioxide and bury it underground. No coal-fired power plant has done that yet, in large part because of the cost.

The coal industry, which is struggling to compete with cheaper and cleaner natural gas, accounts for 40 percent of U.S. electricity. But coal’s share is declining. The regulations have been in the works since 2011 and stem from a 1970 law passed by Congress to control air pollution. In 2007, the Supreme Court ruled that that law, the Clean Air Act, could be applied to heat-trapping pollution.

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