The state reported savings of 27 percent in June and 31 percent in July.
The Atlanta company will add the words "with sweeteners" in two places on the bottles.
The project is one of 12 initiated by the National Network of Business and Industry Associations to help bolster the industrial workforce.
In this episode, a bendable smartwatch could bring flexible displays into the mainstream.
Final commission approval is expected by the end of this year.
The company said the products should be out of its stores by April 2016, if not sooner.
GM says it will test a fleet of self-driving Chevrolet Volt hybrid cars next year.
These changes comes as the world's largest automaker grapples with an emissions-rigging scandal.
The changes should save about $200 million, with more than half of that by 2017.
Workers said they voted "no" because the deal didn't give lower-tier workers a path to top wages.
At least 23 states now have specially tailored incentives for data centers.
The rule will remove 1.4 billion pounds a year of toxic discharge nationwide.
Colorado will use the NASA data to improve computer modeling for runoff forecasts.
In this episode, a breakdown of Shell's surprise retreat from Alaska.
The tentative contract received emphatic rejections by workers at two key plants.
This decision will halt one of many outreach efforts on health by the world's biggest soda maker.
Three universities found that outsourcing production could be accelerating climate change.
Windstar minivans from 1998 through 2003 are undergoing their second recall.
Here’s everything that happened at Tesla's Model X debut last night.