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A holiday-themed train ride ushered in the spirit of Christmas on Thursday for about 275 military family members and their supporters. Among them were Bill and Charlotte Best of Prosser, who lost their son, a Marine, nine years ago in Iraq...Marvin
Railway Co. , one of the oldest and largest freight railroad networks in , has selected Microsoft Office 365 to enable over 40,000 workers to share ideas and information via computers, kiosks and personal devices...Office experience and the company
CEO Matt Rose told attendees at the North Dakota Petroleum Council's annual meeting that the company will spend $4.3 billion in 2013 to improve its system and plans to invest $400 million in the next 18 months to increase its capacity to ship oil.
Transportation The museum at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa is being packed up and shipped to Arkansas as port officials prep a new educational facility. As automakers race to make cheaper electric cars with greater battery range, General Motors is
Fraser River, but environmentalists contend the broader study still falls short. Among other things, the critics say the new study, as outlined in a Thursday, Sept. 12 press conference, doesn't include a thorough study of health impacts. Railway Co.
Washington Department of Ecology officials long have planned for crude-oil spills from a ruptured pipeline or a maritime mishap. With surging production from North Dakota increasing the amount of petroleum being shipped by rail, they have scrambled
Railway Co. and two employees for not reporting a hazardous materials spill near the Port of Los Angeles, officials said Thursday.Officials in the City Attorney's Office said the company allowed a cargo container to leak hazardous materials for a
Railway Co. that imposes a $55,000 penalty against the company for failing to repair defects at six railroad crossings in Whatcom County and one in Skagit County. The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission approved the settlement...The
Santa Monica. "The project will bring a very large amount of additional pollution with no benefit to the local residents." Railway Co. will increase cancer and asthma rates for residents living near the Port of Los Angeles. This litigation comes two
Railway Co. from moving forward on a $500 million rail yard project they say is detrimental to West Long Beach residents. Long Beach says does not comply with the California Environmental Quality Act. "As (proponents of the project) concede, the