Protesters Chained to Barrels Block Entrances to West Lake Landfill"We feel this is the only way possible to get attention," says Maria Fonseca, one of those protesting.
Maryland Heights Residents Need Not Worry About Garbage ChangeMayor Michael Moeller tells KMOX his constituents shouldn't have gotten a contractor's mailer
Neighborhood Activist Claims Conflict of Interest in EPA TestingThe EPA says it's testing a select number of homes for alpha, beta and gamma radiation.
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.
Bridgeton Landfill Operator Settles Suit with 34 HomeownersLawsuits filed by 34 residents claimed that they could not enjoy their own properties because of the often-horrific smell emanating from the landfill.
Follow Your Nose -- Which Landfills Are Irritating North CountiansThe nose knows which landfills have been irritating north county neighbors, says Ed Smith at the Missouri Coalition for the Environment.
Republic Services: Landfill Fire Moving Away From Radioactive WasteThe final solution to contain the fire, however, has yet to be determined.
IRS Hounds Bridgeton Residents For Settlement TaxesA settlement was agreed on in 2014, with 419 homes in the area of the landfill for a total of $6.8 million.
No Firebreak Barrier Yet for Bridgeton LandfillNew measures announced to fight the underground fire.
Republic Services Loses Appeal, Must Build More Safeguards at West Lake LandfillThe owners of the burning Bridgeton landfill lost their appeal of a state order to install a heat extraction barrier in the neck of the landfill.
Bridgeton Landfill Claims Fire Moving Away From Nuclear WasteIn a worst case scenario, the fire and the nuclear waste are only 600 feet apart