- Tap water taste weird? Thank road salt, snowstorms Updated: Mar-09-14 2:56 pm
- State: 2.2 million-gallon sewage spill in Monroe Updated: Mar-09-14 2:55 pm
- Upper Black Creek Watershed ecosystem project set Updated: Mar-09-14 1:49 pm
- Dredging in a Maine river is underway Updated: Mar-09-14 8:22 am
- Farm water quality event set for western Minnesota Updated: Mar-09-14 6:14 am
- Maine aquatic resource projects get $1.2 million Updated: Mar-08-14 1:26 pm
- Cochran: Corps adds $14M for Mississippi projects Updated: Mar-07-14 8:29 am
- NC NAACP leader: Coal ash spill is disaster, sin Updated: Mar-05-14 9:28 pm
- Cargill pork plant in Ottumwa spills wastewater Updated: Mar-04-14 5:11 pm
- NC cites 5 Duke Energy plants for lacking permits Updated: Mar-04-14 2:23 am
- Report: Communication lacking in lobster study Updated: Mar-03-14 3:16 pm
- Violations issued against Duke for coal ash spill Updated: Feb-28-14 10:05 pm
- $150k to farmers to help improve watersheds Updated: Feb-28-14 1:40 pm
- As NC debates, other states empty coal ash dumps Updated: Feb-28-14 10:52 am
- Fryingpan, Roaring Fork rivers keep trout honors Updated: Feb-28-14 9:13 am
- March meeting to detail Eel River restoration Updated: Feb-26-14 2:59 pm
- W.Va. plans work on tourism image after chem spill Updated: Feb-26-14 4:43 am
- Researchers: 35M gallons of coal ash spilled in NC Updated: Feb-25-14 12:28 pm
- Researchers: 35M gallons of coal ash spilled in NC Updated: Feb-25-14 12:07 pm
- Lower Mississippi River back open after oil spill Updated: Feb-24-14 6:41 pm
- Agreement protects woods, rattlesnake habitat Updated: Feb-24-14 8:26 am
- Maine group plants salmon eggs to boost numbers Updated: Feb-24-14 7:55 am
- After W.Va. chem spill comes water tasting contest Updated: Feb-21-14 12:16 pm
- Maine briefed in 2010 about contaminated lobster Updated: Feb-20-14 7:13 pm
- W.Va. company that spilled coal slurry cited again Updated: Feb-20-14 3:55 pm
NEWARK, New Jersey - To contend with one of the snowiest winters on record - with storm after storm pelting the state - New Jersey has caked its freeways, local streets and country roads in thick, powdery layers of salt.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina environmental officials say more than 2.2 million gallons of sewage is among the spills being reported as heavy rain overwhelmed wastewater treatment plants.
HATTIESBURG, Mississippi - A federal project to improve the ecosystem along the Upper Black Creek Watershed is getting underway in Mississippi.
KENNEBUNK, Maine - Dredging to remove hazardous shoals is underway on a portion of the Kennebunk River.
BARNESVILLE, Minnesota - Farmers in the Whiskey Creek area of western Minnesota are being invited to learn more about how they can help clean up the region's lakes and streams.
AUGUSTA, Maine - More than $1.2 million is going toward enhancing and preserving wetlands and other habitats across Maine.
JACKSON, Mississippi - Mississippi is one of only four states receiving additional funds from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for dredging and flood control along its major tributaries, according to U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Standing across the street from the governor's home on Ash Wednesday, the head of North Carolina's NAACP told protesters that the Duke Energy coal ash spill that coated 70 miles of the Dan River with toxic sludge is not merely an ecological disaster but also a sin.
OTTUMWA, Iowa - A pork processing plant in Ottumwa has reported a spill of wastewater into the Des Moines River.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina regulators have cited five more Duke Energy power plants for lacking required storm water permits after a massive spill at one of the company's coal ash dumps coated 70 miles of the Dan River in toxic sludge.
PORTLAND, Maine - A lack of communication among state, federal and independent researchers prevented data pointing to elevated mercury in lobsters at the mouth of the Penobscot River from being shared sooner, according to a newspaper report.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina regulators issued notice to Duke Energy on Friday that the company will be cited for violating environmental standards in connection with a massive coal ash spill that coated 70 miles of the Dan River with toxic sludge.
LOGANSPORT, Indiana - Call it the trickle-down effect.
MONCKS CORNER, South Carolina - Inside pits containing 1.7 million tons of coal ash at the Jefferies Generating Station, the hydraulic arm of a big orange excavator scooped up the toxic gray sludge and dropped it into the back of a dump truck.
ASPEN, Colorado - State officials have determined there are enough big trout in the lower Fryingpan and lower Roaring Fork rivers to keep their Gold Medal Trout Waters designation.
NORTH MANCHESTER, Indiana - Conservation groups that want to clean up and restore part of a northern Indiana river are turning to the public to help move the project along.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - West Virginia officials want to put the shine back in the state's "Wild and Wonderful" tourism image after a chemical spill tainted the tap water for thousands of residents.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - A team of academic researchers equipped with a drone estimates that up to 35 million gallons of coal ash and contaminated wastewater spilled into the Dan River earlier this month.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - A team of academic researchers equipped with a drone estimates about 35 million gallons of coal ash and contaminated wastewater spilled into a North Carolina river earlier this month.
NEW ORLEANS - The Coast Guard reopened a normally bustling stretch of the lower Mississippi River to ships and boaters Monday, two days after an oil spill closed the major inland waterway between Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, Michigan - A 54-acre tract of wooded land in Washtenaw County that's important to the River Raisin watershed and is a rattlesnake habitat is being protected from development.
MACHIAS, Maine - A Maine conservation group is planting salmon eggs in three rivers in hopes of increasing the Altantic Salmon population.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Just hours away from a West Virginia city plagued for weeks by chemical-tainted, undrinkable tap water, H20 enthusiasts will sip municipal waters like fine wine in search of the world's best.
PORTLAND, Maine - State officials were briefed about high levels of mercury contamination in lobsters caught around the mouth of the Penobscot River more than three years before the Department of Marine Resources shut the area down for fishing this week, according to a group of scientists involved in studying the contamination.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - State environmental regulators have cited another violation at the West Virginia plant that spilled coal slurry into a stream last week.