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The city says it is working hard to find a new operator to reopen South Bend’s former ethanol plant soon, but if that doesn’t pan out, sewer bills in the city will go up. Public Works Director Eric Horvath said New Energy Corporation...
Strong wind, rain and hail apparently caused a woman to lose sight of where she was driving Friday afternoon. Suddenly she realized her car was sinking in Backwaters Lake near North Webster. Mary Neibert, 58, of North Webster, was able to roll down a...
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WSBT TV ReporterThis weekend's rainfall may have helped some people, but other parts of our area saw virtually nothing. Is it enough to cause concern over how much water you’re using and are some areas in danger of running low? The short answer is no. From...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Environmental groups said Tuesday they might file another lawsuit in their long-running battle with the federal government over ballast water discharges from cargo ships blamed for spreading invasive species in the...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY – We are learning more about why the county health department is so adamant about putting a sewer system in Granger. The department’s Environmental Director says high nitrate levels in several of Harris Township’s...
ELKHART COUNTY -- Parts of the area are being invaded by bugs. Mayflies have hatched and they're swarming some buildings and business. One gas station in particular was covered in the insects Wednesday morning. "I almost want like a fly swatter or...
Work began this week on a long-term project to resolve a long standing water contamination problem on Elkhart's southwest side. It's happening in an area that's been on the EPA's Superfund list since 2008. “We've heard rumors about where it came...
Could your youngster be getting too much fluoride? U.S. health officials think some young kids might be. They want to change the recommended levels of fluoride in drinking water, primarily to prevent a condition called fluorosis. Some questions and...
Agendas for this week's scheduled meetings of the Washington County Commissioners and Hagerstown's Mayor and Council (the county Board of Education is not scheduled to meet): WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS County Administration Building 100 W....
LANARE, Calif. — A bright metal drinking fountain is mounted on the wall in the community center of this tiny town west of Fresno. No one pays it any mind: The water is drawn from a well that has been contaminated with arsenic for years. "Can't...
A standoff between the state and federal government over a new Everglades restoration plan means time could run out on getting Congress to help pay for it. Environmentalists warn that without an agreement in July to move ahead with the Central...
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Four Minnesota watersheds have been selected to test a first-in-the nation voluntary pilot project that offers farmers incentives to reduce water pollution from their operations in exchange for protection from tighter future...
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