Update: Police Locate Missing Man Released from Hospital25 year old homeless man recently had brain surgery and suffers from memory loss and seizures
West Lake Citizens Headed to Washington Over Nuclear WasteA formal congressional hearing on a bill that would transfer jurisdiction of the landfill from the EPA to the Army Corps is expected to take place in March.
EPA to Build Isolation Barrier for West Lake LandfillThe EPA has decided to build an isolation barrier at the West Lake Landfill.
Police: Man Found Dead in Ditch was Dementia PatientGooldy left the hospital Oct. 28. He was being treated for worsening dementia and a stroke.
Group to Governor: Declare State of Emergency At LandfillJust STL Moms will present petitions calling for a state of emergency to be declared.
Bridgeton Residents Demand Immediate Action From EPA, PresidentResident Paul Berry says the EPA shouldn't be in control of the site, and it's a Department of Energy or Defense issue.
SLU Care Doctor Worried About Children's Health Around LandfillDr. Ken Haller says getting exposed to radiation is worse for children who are still growing new tissue than full grown adults.
Disaster Plan Developed in Case Fire Reaches Nuclear WasteBeneath the surface of a St. Louis-area landfill lurk two things that should never meet: a slow-burning fire and a cache of nuclear waste, separated by no more than 1,200 feet.
Landfill Neighbors to Deliver Signatures to Governor's OfficeMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon will get a visit Wednesday from some Bridgeton Landfill neighbors asking him to declare a state of emergency.
St. Louis County Releases Disaster Plan for West Lake LandfillIf radiation were detected, some nearby residents would be urged to evacuate, and others would be urged to take shelter in their homes.
Attorney General Koster Pressures EPA, Landfill With Spring Court DateKoster's report found radiation in trees on private property off the site and the trial is set for next spring.
Missouri Senator Leaves Job to Focus on Bridgeton LandfillMaria Chapelle-Nadal says Attorney General Koster called the landfill a possible "Chernobly like event."