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New Jersey, won an important federal appeals court decision on storage of waste from nuclear power plants. The decision struck down a rule issued last year by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The rule would allow plants to store radioactive waste
Two of the three nuclear reactors in southern New Jersey's Salem County have powered partway down because debris from Hurricane Irene is blocking cooling water intakes. Nuclear spokesman Joe Delmar said Wednesday that the Salem I and Salem II units
State House Bureau A woman has died in her car on a flooded roadway in Salem County, state police reported Sunday morning...Brian Polite, a New Jersey State Police spokesman said the woman, whose name and age was not released, was found at 9:30 a.m.
The Salem 2 nuclear power plant in southern New Jersey has been shut down following a problem with a reactor coolant pump. Spokesman Jo Delmar tells Today's Sunbeam of Salem that the Salem 2 reactor went offline automatically at 6:01 p.m...Delmar
The Christie administration this week extended its legal battle to prevent the deepening of the Delaware River by the U.S...Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit seeks to overturn two federal District Court rulings that denied the administration's
The Christie administration dropped out of one high profile environmental lawsuit and sought to join another in the span of a few days, drawing criticism and praise, respectively, from green advocacy groups. New Jersey officials quietly withdrew last
A man who fled into the wilderness along the Oregon coast after allegedly shooting a police officer is an avid outdoorsman who designs his own camouflage clothing, his brother said Wednesday as police search for the suspect on a small peninsula.
Thursday, December 9, 2010 3:50 pm Updated: 11:11 pm, Thu Dec 9, 2010. The Oyster Creek nuclear plant will be around long after it closes in 2019, judging by papers its owner filed with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Exelon Corp. on Thursday
Nuclear's proposed site for one or two additional reactors on Artificial Island, N.J., along the Delaware River east of Odessa, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission reported on Monday. Individuals and groups also can seek status as official parties in
Nuclear received federal approval Friday to produce Cobalt-60, a radioisotope used in cancer treatments, food sterilization and medical devices. The company will produce the radioactive material at its Hope Creek nuclear plant on Artificial Island in