LONDON (AP) — German officials have decided to limit the use of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine in people under 60 after more unusual blood clots were reported in a small number of people who received the shots.
Montana’s utility regulator is warning that the latest bill to bail out Colstrip Power Plant could cost NorthWestern Energy customers as much as $1.9 billion.
TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Sinovac said its COVID-19 vaccine is safe in children ages 3-17, based on preliminary data, and it has submitted the data to Chinese drug regulators.
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(AP) — Pfizer said Friday it is asking U.S. regulators to allow emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine, starting the clock on a process that could bring limited first shots as early as next month and eventually an end to the pandemic -- but not until after a long, hard winter.
Another Montana solar project has won a state Supreme Court ruling against NorthWestern Energy and the Montana Public Service Commission, which “chose unlawful methodologies” to render a solar farm near Billings uneconomical.
Regulators have hit the pause button on NorthWestern Energy’s proposed purchase of an increased share of Colstrip Unit 4.
ATLANTIC CITY — Although Caesars Entertainment Corp. is still waiting for state gaming regulators to sign off on a proposed merger with Eldorado Resorts Inc., the company’s top regional executive was approved for a casino license Wednesday morning.
Gaming regulators push back casinos’ reporting deadline
NorthWestern Energy must provide more details about its plans to buy more of Colstrip Power Plant before state regulators commit Montanans to paying Colstrip costs.
Environmental regulators are moving toward permitting a copper mine in central Montana along a tributary of one of the state's most popular recreational rivers after finding the mining company would be able to mitigate any harm to groundwater, creeks and the Smith River.
ATLANTIC CITY — Five state regulatory bodies have already approved the merger of Caesars Entertainment Corp. and Eldorado Resorts Inc., with New Jersey still patiently waiting its turn.
A chemical waste landfill near the Columbia River in Oregon accepted hundreds of tons of radioactive Bakken oil field fracking waste in violation of Oregon regulations.
ATLANTIC CITY — State gaming regulators doled out more than $150,000 in fines to multiple gaming companies last month for infractions ranging from offering unapproved internet games to losing data.
Montana’s Public Service Commission expressed “significant doubt” Monday that the Colstrip Power Plant would burn more a than a few more years and acknowledged risks of $300 million for NorthWestern Energy customers if the utility doesn’t address early closure.
Montana utility regulators have rejected NorthWestern Energy's plans to increase rates on customers who net meter solar power.
The multibillion-dollar merger of Eldorado Resorts Inc. and Caesars Entertainment Corp. was approved by shareholders of both companies last week, putting the completion of the deal to create the country’s largest gaming operator on the shoulders of federal and state regulators.
Environmental regulators have put a halt to a Montana business association's sale of sandwich bags of mining waste advertised as a "Bag O'Slag."
An oil spill from the Keystone pipeline in eastern North Dakota has affected almost 10 times the amount of land as first reported.
TC Energy's Keystone pipeline leaked an estimated 383,000 gallons of oil in northeastern North Dakota, state regulators said Thursday.
ATLANTIC CITY — State gaming regulators approved Caesars Entertainment Corp.’s choice for regional president who will oversee the gaming company’s three Atlantic City properties.
ATLANTIC CITY — Caesars Entertainment Corp. has selected a regional president for its three Atlantic City casinos, and state gaming regulators may consider approval of the choice later this week.
Montana's Supreme Court has reversed a lower-court ruling that struck down a water pollution permit for a large coal mine near Colstrip.