14 States Suing EPA Over Methane Emissions

WSHU Public Radio | Jay Shah
New York and several states from New England have filed a lawsuit against the EPA and its administrator, Scott Pruitt, for not doing enough to combat methane pollution.

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Peconic Land Trust Works To Preserve Indian Rock

Ronny Reyes | WSHU Public Radio
When Noah Hallock built his farmstead in the 1700s, he did so near a massive boulder that stood over 30 feet high and less than a quarter of a mile from Long Island Sound. A Long Island conservation group now hopes to purchase the land.

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Poll: Police Commissioner Sini Leads Suffolk D.A. Race

Nicola Shannon | WSHU Public Radio
The poll found that 46 percent of residents favored Sini, a Democrat, while 32 percent chose the Republican Perini. But the poll also found Suffolk residents don’t seem to know much about either of them.

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Brutal Gang Murders Draw Federal Attention

WSHU Public Radio
This is the latest in a series of gang-related deaths that began in September with the murder of two teenage girls. Four more bodies were discovered since – all suspected to be killed at the hands of MS-13.

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Rep. Zeldin’s Tele-Town Hall Draws Thousands

Jessica Opatich | WSHU Public Radio
Callers asked about the Trump administration’s reversal of transgender protections, Zeldin’s votes on environmental issues, and Republican plans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

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Melanoma Decreasing In Northeast

Jessica Opatich | WSHU Public Radio
The Northeast has seen a decline in melanoma cases and deaths, even as skin cancer rates have risen nationally.

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