Cleanup of Youngstown-area oil spill continues
Cuyahoga tries to turn a big sediment problem into a profit
Utica shale royalties tail off fast in Ohio
Renewable energy is growing more popular in Ohio
Portage County unanimously pushes for a fracking injection-well moratorium
NEXUS sues more Northeast Ohio property owners
Ohio University moves from coal to natural gas for heating and cooling
June's heavy storms hurt Ohio's reservoirs
Ohio budget opens reservoir buffers to private land owners
Supreme Court shoots down EPA's mercury rules
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