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.
Underground Electrical Fire Causes 'Massive' Outages DowntownPower is out to a quarter of the downtown St. Louis area after an underground electrical fire at 7th and Market late Wednesday night.
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.
School Districts Send West Lake Landfill Letters HomeSchool districts are sending letters home, trying to soothe concerns about the underground fire and buried nuclear waste next-door.
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.
Kansas City's Network of Underground CavesA mother is in custody after her two young children were found barefoot, dirty and living in a wooden shipping crate in an underground cave part of a massive subterranean network carved out beneath Kansas City.
Koster Warns Radiation Found Off-Site Near Bridgeton LandfillThe sternly worded report also warns that the underground fire appears to be moving closer to the north quarry where radioactive waste from the Manhattan Project is buried in the West Lake Landfill.
County Executive Sends EPA a Letter for Landfill PlansStenger says the 4-year-old fire has been smoldering too long without answers from the EPA.
Landfill Fire Slowing, Closer to Radioactive WastePattonville Assistant Fire Chief says the fire is moving slower than it was three years ago, but it could pick back up again.
Power Outage Fixed in Ballwin, Ellisville, WildwoodAmeren Missouri hopes to have everyone back on line by noon.
Judge Tells Republic Services to Keep Landfill Fire Data FlowingThe owners of the burning Bridgeton Landfill have agreed to continue providing carbon monoxide data to the state on a monthly basis to help emergency planners understand the proximity of the fire to the nearby nuclear waste in the West Lake Landfill.