Trip ended with groundbreaking research on plastic pollution in Great Lakes. Lisa Thompson @ETNThompson
Sherri "Sam" Mason, 44, is a professor of chemistry and chairs the Department of Geology and Environmental Science at the State University of New York in Fredonia, New York.
Lisa Thompson @ETNThompson Jack Martin took a seat at the podium, reached behind him, pulled over the long empty table and casually rested his cup on the polished wood surface.On another day, the rolling platform, called a bier, would provide the base for a coffin and the departed on display at Dusckas-Martin Funeral Home, 4216 Sterrettania RoadOn this day, it was just another piece of furniture as Martin, in a lesson he has offered for more than a decade, sought to make familiar and less...
Lisa Thompson @ETNThompson The Erie County Coroner's Office has ruled a 14-month-old Erie girl's heroin death a homicide.A coroner's report filed in Erie County Court on Monday said the coroner's investigation determined that Tieairee Marie Henderson Rodriguez's overdose death in February was not an accident, natural, or accidental, but occurred at the hands of another.The report, authored by Deputy Coroner Korac Timon, does not indicate the source of the heroin.It said investigators twice...
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