Code Orange Air Quality Alert Issued For WeekendThe Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection says western Pennsylvania will be under a Code Orange air quality alert over the weekend.
DEP Issues Warning, Tells Fishermen Not To Eat Fish From Shenango RiverThe Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is warning fishermen not to eat their catches from the Shenango River.
State DEP Warns Of High Levels Of RadonThe Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is warning residents about dangerously high levels of radon.
Aspinwall Borough Boil Water Advisory Lifted For ResidentsA Boil Water Advisory for Aspinwall Borough, first announced early Wednesday morning, has now been lifted.
Classes Set To Resume After E. coli Concerns Shut Down Mohawk School DistrictOfficials with Mohawk Schools say classes will be back in session on Friday, after E. coli concerns shut down the Lawrence County school district for three straight days.
New Tests Show Greene County Creek Free Of RadioactivityTen Mile Creek holds a special place in the hearts of folks like George Smoggie who's landed trout, chubs and catfish in it all of his life.
Beaver County Residents Travel To Washington D.C. For Coal Ash ChangeIt's the largest coal ash impoundment in the nation -- a three-square mile lagoon in Beaver County called "Little Blue" -- and it’s leaking toxic chemicals like arsenic and barium into the ground water and wells of residents living nearby.
PRC Receives 2014 Governor’s Award For Environmental ExcellenceThe PRC will receive a very prestigious award on April 22 from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection for environmental excellence.
Beaver County Residents Concerned Over Well Water ContaminationMore than a hundred concerned citizens packed the Hookstown fire hall in Beaver County to hear plans by First Energy to close a coal waste disposal site.
Missing Gauge With Radioactive Material FoundA missing nuclear gauge that fell off a truck has been recovered.
Property Owners Who Fail Dye Test Could End Up Paying A BundleIt's a problem you may not know you have, but it could end up costing you a bundle. Thousands of properties around Allegheny County have failed a dye test; and if you own one of them, the state and federal governments say you need to fix it.