- Water problems plague LAX international terminal Updated: Dec-07-13 7:23 pm
- Lake Tahoe officials eye ferry service by 2016 Updated: Dec-07-13 7:05 pm
- Olympic sailors disgusted by Rio's foul waters Updated: Dec-07-13 5:23 pm
- Guard cites progress in contamination cleanup Updated: Dec-07-13 5:04 pm
- Conserving endangered pallid sturgeon Updated: Dec-07-13 11:06 am
- Lake Ontario waterbirds killed by toxin in food Updated: Dec-07-13 11:02 am
- CDC: Water at Marine base linked to birth defects Updated: Dec-06-13 8:46 pm
- Officials urge 'hard look' at PolyMet mine review Updated: Dec-06-13 7:56 pm
- Report: Swells affected Puerto Rico glowing lagoon Updated: Dec-06-13 5:25 pm
- Md. seeks $100,000 fine for Pilot fuel tank leaks Updated: Dec-06-13 3:59 pm
- Judge signs off on Fort Belknap water plan Updated: Dec-05-13 2:56 pm
- Correction: Logging Lawsuit story Updated: Dec-05-13 2:19 pm
- Judge denies appeal in river arrest case Updated: Dec-05-13 1:13 pm
- US ag secretary touts farm efforts in bay cleanup Updated: Dec-05-13 12:19 pm
- Cedar Rapids pays state for trout stream fish kill Updated: Dec-05-13 5:04 am
- Saltwater leak on Mont.-ND border cleaned up Updated: Dec-04-13 12:50 pm
- Argentina grapples with its most polluted river Updated: Dec-04-13 10:15 am
- Addis man ordered to pay expenses in federal case Updated: Dec-04-13 10:14 am
- Eurasian ruffe DNA found in southern Lake Michigan Updated: Dec-03-13 9:10 pm
- Chafee tours storm water tunnel deep under RI Updated: Dec-03-13 5:37 pm
- Idaho fish farm settles pollution case with EPA Updated: Dec-03-13 11:49 am
- DNR says mile-long manure spill nearly cleaned up Updated: Dec-03-13 10:25 am
- Japan proposes more steps to store Fukushima water Updated: Dec-03-13 10:17 am
- Pilot who struck Bay Bridge won't get license back Updated: Dec-03-13 8:28 am
- Ohio State drains Mirror Lake for study Updated: Dec-03-13 6:17 am
LOS ANGELES - Brown water has led Los Angeles International Airport to temporarily shut off the supply at five gates in its international terminal, which is undergoing renovations.
TAHOE CITY, California - Transportation officials at Lake Tahoe are hoping that by the summer of 2016 they'll have a pair of 120-passenger ferries shuttling tourists and locals alike from the south shore to the north shore in less than a half hour.
RIO DE JANEIRO - Olympic sailors on Saturday checked out the venue for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - A project to clean up groundwater contamination in a residential area near the Wyoming Air National Guard Base in Cheyenne is making progress.
COLUMBIA, Missouri - It's a sunny fall day for boating on the Missouri River and a great day for catching fish.
ALBANY, New York - New York conservation officials say large numbers of migrating waterbirds have been found dead on the Lake Ontario shore, victims of toxins in creatures they eat.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - A long-awaited study by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a link between tainted tap water at a U.S. Marine Corps base in North Carolina and increased risk of serious birth defects and childhood cancers.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - State officials released a 2,200-page environmental review for the proposed PolyMet Mining Corp. copper-nickel mine to the public on Friday and urged Minnesotans to scrutinize the massive document as the state decides whether to embrace a new kind of mining.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - A popular lagoon that glows at night off Puerto Rico's northeast coast has lit up once again as scientists wrap up their investigation into why it went dark last month, officials said Friday.
HAGERSTOWN, Maryland - The Maryland Department of the Environment is seeking a $100,000 fine from truck stop operator Pilot Flying J for alleged water pollution from leaky underground fuel tanks near Hagerstown.
HELENA, Montana - The Fort Belknap Indian reservation's tribal government must pay a $1,500 fine, bolster oversight of its utility, and follow a strict testing and monitoring regimen under a five-year plan meant to fix years of problems with its drinking water supply.
GRANTS PASS, Oregon - In a story Dec. 3 about a lawsuit challenging a timber sale outside Crater Lake National Park, The Associated Press reported erroneously the location of the Loafer timber sale. It is northwest of Diamond Lake, not east of the lake.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - A federal judge has dismissed the appeal of an Alaska man convicted of three misdemeanor charges stemming from a 2010 run-in with park rangers in the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve.
RICHMOND, Virginia - Farmers have significantly reduced the flow of pollutants into the Chesapeake Bay, with new conservation practices keeping more than 15 million tons of sediment alone out of the estuary, a report released Thursday said.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - The city of Cedar Rapids says its water division will pay the state more than $8,400 to compensate for a fish kill in the state's only urban trout stream caused by water main breaks.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - A Texas company has completed cleanup of a massive saltwater spill on the Montana-North Dakota border, regulators said Wednesday.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - The picturesque La Boca district draws hordes of tourists to stroll its narrow streets lined with colorful buildings and eat at outdoor restaurants. Now it has a new, unwanted claim to fame: The Riachuelo river flowing through the neighborhood has been named one of the planet's 10 dirtiest places.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - A federal judge ruled an Addis man owes the owners of an Assumption Parish company $114,969 for pumping 380,000 gallons of unauthorized industrial wastewater down their injection well.
TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - Genetic material from an invasive fish called the Eurasian ruffe has been found in southern Lake Michigan for the first time, raising the possibility that it could migrate into the Mississippi River watershed and compete with native fish there, a scientist said Tuesday.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Crews working deep under Providence are digging miles of tunnels to divert storm water and protect Narragansett Bay from pollution - an effort that Gov. Lincoln Chafee calls "the biggest project you'll never see."
TWIN FALLS, Idaho - A Twin Falls fish and frog farm has agreed to pay a $25,000 fine as part to settle a case over illegal discharging of phosphorus into the Snake River.
MADISON, Wisconsin - A mile-long trail of manure that spilled from a ruptured pipe from a Dane County biodigester is nearly cleaned up.
TOKYO - A government panel proposed additional measures to lessen the radioactive water crisis at Japan's crippled nuclear power plant, saying Tuesday that current plans are not enough to prevent the risk of a disaster.
SAN FRANCISCO - A federal judge has refused to reinstate the license of the pilot of the oil tanker that sideswiped the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge six years ago, causing a 50,000-gallon oil spill.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State University has drained an iconic lake at the center of campus to try to figure out how to lessen its economic and environmental impact.