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The National Weather Service has issued tornado watch until 10 p.m. Wednesday for parts of northern and northwestern Missouri. This includes the cities of Albany, Bethany, Brookfield, Cameron, Chillicothe, Gallatin, Grant City, Kingston, Maryville, Milan, Mound City, Oregon, Plattsburg, Princeton, Rockport, Savannah, St. Joseph, Trenton, Troy and Unionville. Comment?
Oregon lawmakers on Wednesday gave final approval to pioneering legislation that will eliminate coal from the state's energy supply by 2030 and provide half of customers' power with renewable sources by 2040. The measure passed by the Oregon Senate underscores a leadership role on environmental issues the state has staked out over the years. Comment?
The leader of an armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge said Thursday that they may not have a meeting with local residents because the group can't find a place for the gathering. The group protesting federal land policies had planned to hold a meeting Friday evening in Burns to explain themselves and tell residents when they will leave. Comment?
A small, armed group has been occupying a remote national wildlife refuge in Oregon for a week to protest federal land use policies. The leader of the group - Ammon Bundy - has repeatedly rejected calls to leave buildings at the refuge despite pleas from the county sheriff, from many local residents, and from Oregon's governor, among others. Comment?
The leader of an armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge to protest federal land management policies said Friday he and his followers are not ready to leave even though the sheriff and many locals say the group has overstayed their welcome. "How long will this go on?" said Ammon Bundy, leader of the group that seized the headquarters of the refuge in southeastern Oregon last Saturday. Comment?
Three Oregon sheriffs met with leaders of an armed group to try to persuade them to end their occupation of a federal wildlife refuge after many local residents made it plain that's what they want. But it was unclear whether the meeting Thursday at a snowy intersection in southeastern Oregon would lead to an end of the occupation by Ammon Bundy's group any time soon. Comment?
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