Making Water From Air Wins Couple $1.5 Million XPrizeShipping containers, wood chips and other waste or debris is used to produce as much as 528 gallons of water a day at a cost of no more than 2 cents a quart.
EPA Rollbacks Already Touching Americans' LivesIn all, the Trump administration has targeted at least 45 environmental rules, including 25 at EPA, according to a rollback tracker by Harvard Law School's energy and environment program.
Elementary School Students Learn Science At iFly Indoor SkydivingCBS 11 News meteorologist Jeff Jamison joined a group of students from Prestwick STEM Academy as they learned about gravity and air resistance at iFly, an indoor skydiving facility.
Report Finds More Than 95 Percent Of World's Population Breathing Unhealthy AirMore than 95 percent of the world's population is breathing unhealthy air, and the poorest nations are among the hardest hit, a new report has found.
EPA Keeps Scientists From Speaking About Report On ClimateThe Environmental Protection Agency has kept three scientists from appearing at an event in Rhode Island about a report that deals in part with climate change.
How A Dangerous Takata Air Bag Made Its Way Into A Used CarThe Accord had been fixed up and sold in March of 2016 to the family of Karina Dorado, a 19-year-old woman whose trachea was punctured by shrapnel spewed by the faulty air bag.
Primewell Tires Recalled; Sidewall Can Crack And Lose AirA company that sells Primewell brand tires is recalling more than 394,000 of them in the U.S. because the sidewalls can crack and lose air, increasing the risk of a crash.
One Pilot Aboard Ill-Fated Bell Helicopter IdentifiedOne of two Bell Helicopter employees killed when their experimental chopper crashed Wednesday was identified as Jason Grogan from Euless.