Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Launches Efforts To Combat Weather-Related Pollution EventsAfter the Air Quality Index showed that the Clairton and Liberty areas had some of the worst conditions in the nation last week, the Allegheny County Health Department says it's launching efforts to combat weather-related pollution events.
Environmentalists, Concerned Citizens To Lobby County For Tougher Action On Air PollutionChristmas week was one of the worst weeks of the year for air pollution in a part of the Mon Valley.
Air Quality Improves In Mon Valley After Recent Troubles People in the Mon Valley are breathing easier, quite literally.
'It's Making Clairton Sick': Poor Air Quality Impacting Clairton, Liberty AreasPeople in Clairton are concerned about the air quality in the region.
Allegheny County Elected Officials Call For Crackdown On Industrial PollutionMore than 60 elected officials from Allegheny County signed an open letter calling for clean air in our region.
Police: Suspect Arrested In Mon Valley Shooting, Chase Was Driving Stolen Car, Carrying Stolen GunAllegheny County Police say they have made an arrest in connection with a shooting and chase in the Mon Valley.
Mon Valley Holds Public Meeting On Agreement Between Allegheny County Health Department And U.S. SteelPeople in the Mon Valley are learning more about how millions of dollars will be used to limit pollution from the Clairton Coke Works plant.
Unstable Building in Mon Valley Has Residents Worried For SafetyConcerns continue to grow in the Mon Valley about a building that’s unstable.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Issues Emergency Order Against U.S. Steel After Another FireThe Allegheny County Health Department is inspecting the Clairton Coke Works facility following an early morning fire.
U.S. Steel Appealing Health Dept. Order To Reduce EmissionsU.S. Steel is appealing an Allegheny County Health Department order to reduce coke oven gas and sulfur emissions across all facilities.
County Orders U.S. Steel To Reduce Air Pollution In Mon ValleyThe Allegheny County Health Department says U.S. Steel's three Mon Valley Works facilities are in violation of permits for daily sulfur dioxide emissions.