by Emily Atkin Posted on March 12, 2015 Updated: March 13, 2015
Behind the scenes of "the largest chemical burn of its kind in U.S. history."
by Emily Atkin Posted on January 12, 2015
The chemical that contaminated West Virginia's drinking water supply last year traveled father and lingered longer than had been previously recorded, according to a new study by U.S. Geological Survey researchers.
by Emily Atkin Posted on January 9, 2015
"I felt like I had exposed my employees," she said. "It really floored me that I could have done people that I've known my whole life damage by following directions."
by Katie Valentine Posted on January 7, 2015 Updated: January 8, 2015
The study identified oversights in the state government and Centers for Disease Control's response to the disaster.
by Katie Valentine Posted on December 15, 2014
The chemical industry, just like the oil and gas industry, needs to be held accountable for its emissions, the report's authors write.
by Kiley Kroh Posted on December 11, 2014
Some of the biggest environmental stories of the year came from our taps.
by Emily Atkin Posted on December 9, 2014 Updated: December 10, 2014
"As a citizen that was impacted by the leak, I'm happy to see that he is gonna face criminal charges," one resident said.
by Emily Atkin Posted on August 8, 2014
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said Freedom Industries owes money to a number of state agencies for the trouble they went through following the massive coal-related chemical spill.
by Kiley Kroh Posted on July 11, 2014 Updated: July 11, 2014
"We didn't have the sense that everything was under control and we were being protected."
by Ari Phillips Posted on July 9, 2014 Updated: July 9, 2014
Texas Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott told residents they can “drive around” their neighborhoods and ask about dangerous chemicals warehouses after limiting disclosure laws.