Newalta Corporation news

   Watch this stock
Showing stories 1 - 10 of about 12   

Articles published

NAL 1.06 +0.03 (2.91%)
price chart
Mysterious substance turns Burlington creek milky white
“It is a milky white substance that originally clouded the water extensively. It was a bit drastic.” “Since then the cloudiness and the milky texture have gone away and it's cleared a bit.
Steffy: Military truck program that left Sealy comes to ironic end
The Army awarded the $3 billion contract to build the trucks with 5-ton payload capacity - known as the Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles, or FMTV - to Wisconsin-based Oshkosh Corp, which offered to build them for 10 percent less than BAE. It was no ...
Sumo wrestlers duke it out for the Menil
The sound of 960 pounds of naked human flesh colliding at full speed is not easily forgotten, falling somewhere between a violent slap and a cringe-inducing crunch.
Jury deliberating death penalty in 1990 police shooting
Defense lawyers for Carl Wayne Buntion on Monday implored jurors to spare the convicted cop killer's life because he has not caused any trouble since he was arrested for the 1990 shooting.
Suspect in Gallery Furniture fire ruled incompetent to stand trial
Robert Carroll Gillham, the Houston man accused of setting Mattress Mack's Gallery Furniture store on fire almost thee years ago, will be sent to a state mental hospital until he is competent to stand trial because of a brain tumor, a judge ruled Monday.
Winds of fortune sweep West Texas
That's an incentive for corporations built in the oil patch to launch businesses invested in wind farms, said John Graham, president of BP's wind energy division.
Missouri City man charged with kidnapping, sexual assault of 14-year-old
A Missouri City man has been arrested on charges that he kidnapped and sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl that he was dating, court records show.
Skeptics say new meters not so smart
For a few homeowners, having a smart meter doesn't seem like a bright idea. They're worried about privacy, health risks and their lack of choice in the matter.
Planned Parenthood CEO follows Richards family legacy
Cecile Richards remembers shopping for groceries with her mom, Ann, in the 1960s. They were the ones looking for the lettuce with the United Farm Workers union label.
Firefighters gather for memorial service for fallen comrade
Firefighters and family members gathered today for a memorial service for Houston Senior Capt. Thomas "Bill" Dillion who collapsed and died after a small fire last week.