KDKA Investigates: Could Fracking Be To Blame For Spike In Childhood Cancer?With an uptick in childhood cancers in a four-county area, local parents are blaming the fracking industry as the cause.
Southwestern Pa. Families Demand Gov. Wolf's Administration Investigate Rare Childhood CancerThe families of young people diagnosed with a rare childhood cancer confronted Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday over what they called his administration’s insufficient response to a health crisis they blame on pollution from the shale gas industry.
Pa. Senator Pat Toomey Introduces Bill To Prevent Presidents From Banning FrackingRepublican Senator Pat Toomey is taking steps to keep the federal government from banning fracking.
Pa. Senator Pat Toomey Pressing For Passage Of A Measure That Would Keep Presidents From Banning FrackingPennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey's new resolution claims that Congress believes a president doesn't have the authority to ban fracking.
Public Hearing Held In Canonsburg To Ask Officials About Spike Of Cancer CasesResidents want answers after several people in Washington County have been diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma.
Pennsylvania Senator Daylin Leach Proposes Constitutional Amendment To Ban FrackingA Pennsylvania senator says the damage caused by fracking outweighs any economic benefit.
KDKA Investigates: Local Towns Fighting For Power To Ban FrackingShould towns have the power to bank fracking?
Concerned Citizens Attend Meeting About Health And Environmental Concerns Related To FrackingThree environmental groups hosted a community meeting in Canonsburg to address concerns regarding a possible link between rare cancer and fracking.
Does Fracking Cause Childhood Cancer? Activists Urge Gov. Wolf To Find OutPennsylvanians advocating for more research into childhood cancer cases in Southwestern Pennsylvania took their message to the state Capitol Wednesday.
KDKA Investigates: Residents Of Butler Co. Community Blame Fracking For Bad Water, But DEP Says OtherwiseResidents of a Butler County community say fracking polluted their water, but state and federal agencies say that's not the case.
KDKA Investigates: State Grand Jury Probing Shale Gas IndustryThe Marcellus Shale drilling industry has had a positive economic impact on the region, but for some people who live near gas well sites, their calm lives have been turned upside down.