Code Orange Air Quality Alert Issued For Pittsburgh RegionA Code Orange Air Quality Action Day is in effect once again today for the Pittsburgh region.
DEP Orders PWSA To Make Critical Infrastructure ChangesThe state Department of Environmental Protection is requiring the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority to make critical changes.
DEP: No Dangerous Contaminant Found In Mobile Home Park’s Tainted Water SupplyMonday morning saw Pine View Manor residents in Hempfield Township still unable to drink their water.
Gas Industry Challenges New Drilling Rules In PennsylvaniaThe natural gas industry is challenging new regulations that govern surface development of shale gas wells.
PWSA Acting Director Speaks Out On Lead Testing, Line ReplacementThe Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority tested 100 at-risk homes and several exceeded the federal allowable limit for lead.
DEP Demands Action From PWSA After Tests Show Dangerous Lead Levels In Some HomesLead in the water has been a nationwide concern since the contamination in Flint, Michigan.
State Fines 2 Health Systems For Illegally Dumping WasteThe Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has fined two health systems for illegally dumping medical waste in a landfill.
State Investigating 2 Quakes Near Pennsylvania Fracking SiteThe state Department of Environmental Protection is investigating whether fracking contributed to two small earthquakes near a western Pennsylvania drilling operation.
PWSA Cited, Accused Of Making Unauthorized Change To Lead Treatment ProcessPeople have been focusing on the issue of lead in drinking water since the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Company, State Working To Bring Well Sites Into ComplianceAn oil and gas operator says it's trying to bring dozens of its Pennsylvania drilling sites into compliance with environmental laws.
Oil Spill In West Virginia Creek Raises ConcernsEnvironmental regulators are looking into an oil spill in a northern West Virginia creek.
Popular Washington Co. Recreation Spot Could Soon Become Big Empty HoleSome local avid outdoorsmen know the fight to preserve a century-old landmark is going to take a new-age approach.