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Washington state's Monroe Correctional Complex
Part of the Hanford site where a glassification, or vitrification, plant is being constructed
Gov. Chris Gregoire at a Langley rally during the 2008 campaign, when political winds were blowing in favor of Democrats.
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Solar panels do double duty in Las Vegas, generating power and providing shade to cars in a parking lot.
An evacuation siren that would warn Irrigon, Oregon, residents in case of a problem at the Umatilla chemical weapons disposal facility four miles away.
Researchers Riley Newman, Eric Berg and Paul Boynton with the top half of a 10-foot-tall thermos chamber in their Hanford lab
Camelina crops are a potential source of biofuel for jets. Timber scraps could be next.