Sources: U.S. To Allege Fiat Chrysler Cheated On EmissionsThe U.S. government is accusing Fiat Chrysler of violating the Clean Air Act on some of its diesel engines, according to two people briefed on the case.
New EPA Report: Fracking "Can Impact Drinking Water Resources"An EPA report about fracking is reigniting fears over the extraction of oil and gas from rock below the earth.
Mayor: Corpus Christi Water Ban LiftedA nearly four-day ban on drinking the water in Corpus Christi, Texas, was lifted on Sunday after test results showed no contamination due to a chemical leak, the city's mayor announced.
Judge To Hear Objections To $10B Volkswagen Emissions DealA federal judge on Tuesday was set to hear from Volkswagen owners opposed to a $10 billion settlement over the automaker's emissions cheating scandal before he determines if the deal is fair to consumers.
Whole Foods Reaches $3.5M Environmental Waste SettlementWhole Foods Market Inc. has reached a $3.5 million settlement with regulators over its improper identification or mishandling of hazardous waste at stores.
Study: Toxic Chemicals In Drinking Water Of 6 Million AmericansAccording to a new report, more than 6 million Americans are drinking water laced with unsafe levels of chemicals linked with cancer and other illnesses.
I-TEAM: Choosing A Mosquito RepellantCreams, sprays, bottles and repellant bands... with so many choices, what mosquito repellant works best? The I-Team tells you!
Feds: EPA Fails To Protect Water From Oilfield ContaminationThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is failing in its mandate to protect underground drinking water reserves from oilfield contamination, according to a federal review.
Volkswagen Set To Provide Update On Fix For Diesel VehiclesAttorneys for Volkswagen are expected to reveal where the company stands on a fix to bring nearly 600,000 diesel cars into compliance following an emissions cheating scandal.
Environmental Group Warns Of Arsenic-Laced Water In TexasThe Washington, D.C.-based Environmental Integrity Project analyzed more than a decade of Texas data that showed about 51,000 people in 34 of those communities have been exposed to contaminated drinking water for at least a decade, many at levels several times higher than the arsenic limit.
Appeals Court: Clean Power Plan Can Proceed Pending ReviewAn appeals panel in Washington on Thursday rebuffed efforts to delay enforcement of President Barack Obama's plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions until legal challenges are resolved.
Public Hearing Is Last Chance To Voice Opinions On DFW Clean Air PlanA public hearing being held tonight in Arlington is the last chance for people to voice their opinions on the state's clean air plan for the Dallas/Fort Worth area.