The tap water at Stateville has been dangerous for decades.
Amid an ongoing water crisis at one of Illinois’s largest prisons, an outside contractor was hired to test the water for lead but didn’t follow EPA regulations.
Chicago EPA employees defend the environment—and their union— from the Trump administration.
One of the best local spots to surf is surrounded by a grimy industrial landscape in northwest Indiana.
“Half-assed everything, that’s what we get.”
Next year can’t possibly be worse, can it?
Residents from the West Calumet community in East Chicago are scattering across the region as they flee dangerously contaminated homes.
Residents staged a boisterous rally through the abandoned streets of the West Calumet Housing Complex.
Longtime bureaucrats are stepping into the limelight to protest the president.
Also, the Chicago Park District shuts down 445 outdoor drinking fountains with high lead levels.
For more than 30 years, residents of the south-side housing project—called the “toxic doughnut”—have been fighting for environmental justice.
Growing Home’s downstate training farm is finding out how little you can do when your neighbor’s herbicide burns down your organic crops.
Do we really need the Great Chicago Fire Festival?
In the Iowa debate, a Fox anchor cornered the candidates into a loyalty oath.
A couple of weeks ago local environmental groups announced their intent to sue the owners of six heavy-polluting coal-fired power plants in Illinois for polluting more than what they’re allowed […]