UPDATE: What Has Caused Coldwater Creek to Turn White?The product in the creek is a concrete additive called Modifier A/NA.
More Questions Than Answers at Coldwater CreekMore than 24 hours later, there's still no answers about what has turned the water white at Coldwater Creek in North St. Louis County.
Coldwater Creek Water Turns White, Cause UnknownNo Known Source of Contamination
Residents Near Coldwater Creek Could Get More AnswersThe meeting is set for Wednesday night from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the James J Eagan Civic Center in Florissant.
Sewage Being Pumped Out of Coldwater Creek into Missouri RiverThe Metropolitan Sewer District is working with a sewer main break near Coldwater Creek in North St. Louis County.
Residents Near Coldwater Creek Struggle to Find AnswersFrom uterine cancer, to very young and very rare cancers, the area around Coldwater Creek has had them all.
Properties Face Contamination from Coldwater Creek"Right now what we are doing, we're focusing on the easy low-hanging fruit, which is Saint Cin Park, Duchesne Park " Project Manager Bruce Munholland says.
Federal Agency to Study Contamination at Coldwater Creek"I have seven brothers and sisters, and I think there's five of us that have had cancer, and both of my parents have had cancer," Kolkmeyer says.
Health Dept. to Launch Two-Year Study Near Coldwater CreekThere has been a fear that radioactive dirt that got into Coldwater Creek has caused a spike in cancers.
High Number Of Rare Cancer Cases Found In Missouri CommunityOfficials are concerned after an unusual amount of cancer cases have popped up in a community outside of St. Louis, Missouri.
Health Officials to Launch Survey of Residents Near Cold Water CreekThe St. Louis County Health Department is preparing to launch a major survey of current and former residents along the Cold Water Creek in North County to determine if they’re suffering from higher levels of cancer and other health issues.
Neighbors Ask Questions About Radioactive Backyards Near Coldwater Creek"This is the very first atomic waste in the world and we're still suffering from it," Byron Clemens said at a community meeting Thursday.