by Alex Zielinski Jan 25, 2016
City officials knew about the toxic levels for months before warning residents.
by Alex Zielinski Jan 15, 2016
The three plaintiffs demand reparations for "irreversible" wrongdoings.
by Katie Valentine Jan 8, 2016
The EPA's own advisory board says the agency needs to clarify its findings on fracking.
by Alex Zielinski Dec 15, 2015
The amount of lead in children's blood has nearly doubled in just a year.
by Katie Valentine Nov 17, 2015
A demand for oil is also a demand for the water used to produce the oil.
by Alan Pyke Nov 10, 2015
As Detroit celebrates the anniversary of its exit from bankruptcy, nearby Flint is preparing to close water pipes in December.
by Katie Valentine Oct 15, 2015
Nestlé is coming under fire again.
by Natasha Geiling Sep 30, 2015
Could concrete that absorbs water help cities to better guard against stormwater runoff and flooding?
by Samantha Page Sep 15, 2015
Using tree rings from blue oaks, researchers found a new way to show how very, very dry it is.
by Samantha Page Aug 28, 2015
A federal judge issued a temporary injunction Thursday, halting the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers' regulation of some small streams, tributaries and wetlands.