DNR Finds Radiation in Stormwater Outside West Lake LandfillThe tests found alpha particles higher than what's allowed under federal health guidelines for drinking water.
Supporters Hope Plan Will Lead to West Lake CleanupA similar bill passed the Senate in 2016, but stalled in a House committee.
Senator Calls for Action in Radioactive MissouriA St. Louis County Senator threatened a filibuster to push for more home buy outs near radioactive waste.
EPA to Test Home Near Landfill for Radioactive ContaminationLast week, Bridgeton residents Michael and Robbin Dailey filed suit against Republic Services and other companies, claiming sampling conducted at their home found high levels of radioactive material.
Lawsuit Claims Radioactive Dust Found in Kitchen Linked to West Lake LandfillA Bridgeton couple files a lawsuit today claiming tests show radiation found in their home and in their garden is linked to the West Lake landfill.
Republic Services: Landfill Fire Moving Away From Radioactive WasteThe final solution to contain the fire, however, has yet to be determined.
EPA Finds Radiation in West Lake Landfill RunoffThe EPA found radiation in the dirt near a drainage ditch on the landfill property near St. Charles Rock Road.
State Attorney General Chides EPA Over West Lake LandfillMissouri Attorney General Chris Koster is criticizing the Environmental Protection Agency for missing deadlines in its planned cleanup of the West Lake Landfill near St. Louis.
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.
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.
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.