Drivers going through Colebrook on Route 44 may notice the state’s first two commercial turbines towering over treetops a short distance from the road. Now, the owners of those turbines are proposing to build a second, larger wind farm in the nearby town of Goshen.
Gunmen attacked the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul on Wednesday evening, as students and staff hunkered down in place or fled for their lives, witnesses say.Hospital officials say at least one student was killed and at least 14 injured, as Jennifer Glasse, reporting from Kabul, tells our Newscast unit."Right now there are dozens of Afghan police, security forces, special forces. They've surrounded the campus," Glasse says. Here's more:"The explosion went off at about 7 o'clock...
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Updated at 12:50 a.m. ET on Thursday:Officials in Italy say the death toll has risen to 247. The Associated Press quotes the country's civil protection agency, after it announced updated figures about 27 hours after the earthquake struck. Urgent search efforts continue.Original Post:A powerful earthquake shook central Italy overnight on Wednesday, killing more than 150 people, according to Italy's prime minister, and destroying large swaths of several towns. Victims are still being pulled...
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