TODAY, Kevin visits with Don Corrigan, Editor of the Webster-Kirkwood Times, a Webster University Journalism Professor, and author of the new book — Environmental Missouri… Corrigan is scheduled to sign copies of his book Sunday, […]
The park sits on the former site of Times Beach, a St. Louis County town that was shut down due to dioxin contamination in the early 1990s.
Some two decades after the last truckloads of dioxin tainted soil were removed, new test results show that Route 66 State Park in Eureka is still safe for visitors and workers.
EPA testing reveals dioxin contamination in two areas, including middle of proposed subdivision
A judge approved the proposed deal ending a class-action lawsuit by current and former Nitro residents who say Monsanto polluted their community by burning waste from Agent Orange production.
A group of residents, at a meeting at Lafayette High School, accused officials of glossing over the danger.
Proposed residential development adjacent to dioxin clean-up