News bites: What you see might not be what you get with seafood

The Washington Post delves into a study that concluded roughly one-third of the seafood sold at restaurants and grocery stores is fraudulently labeled.

The Associated Press looks at the latest developments to allow hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in Illinois.

Meanwhile, the city of Fort Collins, Colo., took another step toward banning fracking, AP notes.

Maryland is moving closer to creating an offshore wind farm, reports AP.

Lobby groups, including some environmental ones, are pushing the European Union to gradually end support of land-based biofuels, Bloomberg reports.