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Tiny Rosemont sits along the Ashley River marsh. It could be one of those quaint riverside communities that conservation-minded people love.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Sunday afternoon vowed to fight for the residents and children of Flint, Mich., now in the middle of a water contamination crisis, "no matter how long it takes."
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a quick detour from the campaign trail to express her outrage directly to the residents of this struggling city over the scandal that poisoned their municipal water supply.
In a visit 48 hours before the New Hampshire primary begins, Mrs. Clinton implored Congress to pass a bill that would deliver $600 million in aid to Michigan.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton visited Flint on Sunday to attend a community meeting with Flint Mayor Karen Weaver.
For generations, prudent city planning called for draining streams into culverts. Now planners see the mistake of subverting nature., As the U.S. faces billions worth of upgrades to handle wastewater, researchers point to vast swaths of river-less city acreage as a warning to future urban planners and sewerage districts.
Almost unnoticed, the world has reduced poverty, increased incomes, and improved health more than at any time in history.
Contamination has turned up in scores of communities in recent years, and experts cite holes in the safety net of rules and procedures.
Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton vowed Sunday to help Flint residents recover from a debilitating water contamination crisis during a campaign speech at a predominately African-American church on the city’s northwest side.
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos said Saturday that there’s no evidence Zika has caused any cases of the birth defect known as microcephaly in his country, though it has diagnosed 3,177 pregnant women with the virus.
The nation's cleanup price tag, which utility customers may be asked to pay, already is pushing into the billions.
A prominent environmental scientist says we need to rethink everything about how we make, use, and trash plastic.
Traces of widely used and potentially harmful chemicals have shown up in three drinking water systems in Colorado, prompting officials to shut down three wells and start looking for the source.
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality officials say they're going to closely monitor a slowly expanding dioxane plume in Ann Arbor as it gets closer to the Huron River in the years ahead.
A proposed $15 million farm's three barns will be ventilated to release fumes given off from the manure and urine that will be collected beneath the hogs, creating odor concerns among neighbors.
Eau Claire officials continue using special equipment for well field after it was removed from Superfund list.
Some residents are eager to leave, but don’t have the money. And who would buy their houses?
Two Democratic lawmakers from Madison and Milwaukee are proposing a bill that would require the state to conduct tap water testing when a child is lead poisoned.
While some praise the candidate’s visit for bringing attention to the city as its water crisis continues, others see a candidate plying a cause ‘just to get votes.'
Texas law allows companies to withhold specific chemicals by labeling them as proprietary. Operators in Texas have invoked the exemption to shield – at least partially - the identities of more than 170,000 ingredients.