AP Sources: EPA Chief Spent Millions On Security And TravelEPA chief Scott Pruitt's concern with his safety has come at a steep cost to taxpayers. His swollen security detail has blown through overtime budgets and at times diverted officers away from investigating environmental crimes.
EPA Chief Says Trump Administration To Roll Back Climate PlanEPA Administrator Scott Pruitt says the Trump administration will abandon the Obama-era clean power plan aimed at reducing global warming.
EPA To Roll Back Restrictions On Greenhouse Gas EmissionsThe Trump administration is seeking to ease restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants.
Plum Residents Sound Off Over Plan To Inject Fracking Wastewater UndergroundPeople angry over a proposal to inject fracking wastewater underground in Plum Borough sounded off Wednesday.
Company’s Plan For Disposing Of Fracking Wastewater Is Causing Community ConcernsThe Environmental Protection Agency is planning a public hearing next week on plans to inject fracking wastewater into a gas well in Plum.
More Advocates Sue EPA Over Lake Erie's Toxic Algae ProblemEnvironmental advocates have filed a second federal lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over whether enough is being done to address the toxic algae problem in western Lake Erie.
EPA Administrator Pledges EPA Will Help Protect American JobsWhen it comes to the nexus of a clean environment and jobs in industries once known for pollution, Pittsburgh is ground zero.
Pennsylvania Eyes New Fees To Add Drinking-Water InspectorsGov. Tom Wolf's administration says it wants to impose new fees on public water utilities to pay for more inspectors and resolve a federal official's warning it isn't adequately enforcing safe drinking water standards.
Feds, Pennsylvania Settle Consol Energy Water Pollution SuitConsol Energy has agreed to pay $3 million to settle a claim that its Bailey coal mining complex in southwestern Pennsylvania repeatedly polluted nearby streams beyond what's permitted under federal and state law.
Lawsuits Claim Main Ingredient In Popular Weed Killer Causes CancerThe most popular weed-killer on the market, probably in your garage, is now the target of lawsuits across the country.
City & County Reach Compromise With EPA On Big Sewage FixCities around the country are boring underground to build tunnels like the ones underneath Washington DC, but they're not for new subways.
Ten Mile Creek No Longer Has Radioactivity DangerRadioactivity was threatening the drinking water of hundreds of thousands of people in the region, according to the findings of state laboratory tests earlier this year.