The U.S. Department of Defense said PFAS chemicals may have been used or released at many more installations than initially reported.
The Trump administration is using the threat of withholding federal money to force communities to evict homeowners living in flood zones.
Attorneys general for 16 states, led by Indiana, submit comments supporting changes that shorten environmental reviews for federal projects.
Two federal agencies have issued warning letters to seven companies to stop selling products that claim to treat or prevent COVID-19.
Heritage Environmental Services LLC and Tradebe Treatment and Recycling LLC are caught in the middle of a lawsuit between the DoD and groups that want PFAS incineration to stop.
The White House reportedly ordered the rewrite of a report that linked a chemical compound used in dry cleaning and as an industrial solvent to birth defects.
A West Lafayette organization was awarded a nearly $480,000 grant to enhance nutrient reduction efforts in the Great Lakes.
House Bill 1189, which awaits final approval by the governor's office, would limit the use of potentially toxic firefighting foam in training
An executive order mandates Indiana state agencies take a series of steps to protect the Lake Michigan shoreline from the effects of rising water levels.
Lawmakers from 23 states, including Indiana, have written guidance, regulations or legislation that would address PFAS chemicals.
The Virginia House and Senate approved legislation that sets out a plan to get the state to 100% renewable energy generation .
The EPA announced the availability of $55.5 million in loans and grants to fund future state water infrastructure projects in Indiana.
In a new budget proposal, the Trump administration announced its intent to cut the budget of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency budget by more than a fourth.
The Trump administration has proposed removing the threat of punishment to businesses that kill birds “incidentally.”
The U.S. Department of Justice’s top attorney for environmental issues apologized to a federal court for practicing law with a lapsed bar license.
Children in Marion County may have been exposed to elevated lead levels in drinking water, and agencies in charge failed to alert parents.
Indiana's first Youth Climate Action Day allowed young people to address lawmakers about their environmental concerns and push for legislation
The EPA announced that Amphenol Corp. completed a mandated sewer line and soil cleanup near its former facility in Franklin, Ind.
The 2015 rule sought to expand the number of waterways protected by federal Clean Water Act protections
A new bill could raise electric bills, threaten the environment, and make it more difficult for Indiana utility companies to transition away from coal.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has released its five-year plan for outdoor recreation in the state.
IDEM report finds ArcelorMittal reanalyzed water samples from Aug. 2019 chemical spill to avoid reporting violations
A new proposal would make it easier for federal agencies to start infrastructure projects without taking environmental impacts into account.
A report has found that the actions of communities, businesses and other entities can work to significantly reduce emissions.
The EPA has appointed a new Region 5 administrator to oversee the agency’s business in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
New report: EPA redundancy is wasting tax dollars and harming agency's ability to prepare for natural disasters.