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General Motors Co. agreed Tuesday to deepen cooperation with its flagship Chinese partner on development of electric vehicle knowhow amid pressure from Beijing
The Chevrolet Volt electric car has won a five-star safety rating from the U.S. government.
Ford Motor Co. plans to introduce its smallest engine ever by 2013, part of the race to improve fuel economy across the industry.
The Obama administration said Tuesday it is buying more than 100 Chevrolet Volts and other electric cars as it moves to improve fuel efficiency of the
Texas lawmakers gave final approval Saturday to offering land owner tax breaks for water conservation, an incentive plan little-seen nationwide that comes as
Got some old electronics lying around the house you've been meaning to get rid of. Well now's your chance. Cox Communication is hosting an electronics waste
Oil from the BP spill remains stuck on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, according to a top scientist's video and slides that she says demonstrate the oil
A new authority promoting the development of wind farms off Virginia's coast met for the first time, reviewing a raft of reports on the emerging energy source.
Old Dominion University is hosting a discussion about climate change and the U.S. Navy on Thursday.
The holidays are fast approaching and we're all always looking for ways to save money on gifts or just in general. A new site has sprouted featuring
Towering Douglas Firs and lush urban parks helped earned Seattle the nickname Emerald City, so it's not surprising that felling a tree can prompt heated
Several coal and gas companies have agreed to participate in a battle against litter in three Virginia counties.
Norfolk Southern is working to reduce its carbon footprint. The Norfolk-based railroad company says it has set a five-year goal to save fuel and improve
Looking for a way to dispose of that old computer? Goodwill Industries has the answer. They've sponsored a "Don't Dump, Donate" computer recycling program for
Curbside recycling is returning to Suffolk. TFC Recycling is now contacting the 2,200-plus residents who signed up online over the past six months to receive