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WSBT-TVSOUTH BEND -- The Environmental Protection Agency is considering adding a popular park to a list of the country's most contaminated industrial sites in most need of cleanup. LaSalle Park and Beck’s Lake on the northwest side of town was once...
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Families whose children have been among dozens sickened in an Ohio cancer cluster for more than a decade are hopeful that they've come up with a cause. Environmental testing paid for by the families found a suspected cancer-...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State environmental regulators improperly changed state rules to allow Indiana ethanol refineries to release an extra 150 tons of air pollutants per year, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday. The appeals court overturned...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — President Barack Obama asked Congress on Wednesday to continue a program that has spent more than $1 billion dealing with some of the Great Lakes' longest running environmental problems. Obama's budget for the 2014...
Would you pay more at the pump if it meant a cleaner environment? New regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency are designed to reduce gas emissions resulting in cleaner air. The White House says the change would raise gas prices by about a...
CLYDE, Ohio (AP) - Lawyers in Ohio filed a $750 million class action lawsuit Thursday against Whirlpool Corp. that's related to a child cancer cluster between Toledo and Cleveland. The lawsuit attempts to link Whirlpool and others to the...
CLYDE, Ohio (AP) — Lawyers in Ohio have filed a $750 million class action lawsuit against Whirlpool Corp. that's related to a child cancer cluster between Toledo and Cleveland. The lawsuit filed Thursday attempts to link Whirlpool and others to...
WSBT-TVELKHART – It’s been in the works for years. Now, demolition work has finally started on a huge vacant factory on Elkhart’s north side. In recent years, the complex started to fall apart becoming a safety concern. Then, there was...
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TOWN OF PINES, Ind. (AP) — Environmentalists in northwestern Indiana are urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to study what they say are abnormal radiation levels in a town of about 800 residents. Members of a group called PINES, or...
MISHAWAKA – Local firefighters say the September chemical spill and fire at the Baycote site that forced the evacuations of hundreds of people in Mishawaka was a fluke. That’s what Mishawaka Fire Battalion Chief Jim Cocquet calls it. He...
MISHAWAKA – Crews are suspending cleanup work at the site where a chemical leak forced thousands of people in Mishawaka from their homes back in September. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says crews will complete the first phase of...
MISHAWAKA, Ind. (AP) — Federal officials say crews have nearly finished initial cleanup work at a vacant northern Indiana plant hit by a September chemical fire. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Friday that crews will complete the...
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