The Indiana Department of Environmental Management was letting ethanol plants in the state release more than two times EPA-allowed emissions.
Groundwater from a contaminated site will have to be pumped out and treated for about 30 more years to remove chemicals.
A city councilman is pushing to incorporate one neighborhood’s private wells into the city’s water system because residents are afraid of water contamination.
Cummins' early jump on the EPA's 2014 fuel standards could allow more partnerships with environmental officials.
Even though the weather is keeping some anglers away, the White River is actually seeing less pollution because of the lack of rain.
The Duke Energy Wabash unit in Terre Haute might close because of failure to meet new EPA rules regulating mercury release.
Sewer overflows may not be an exciting subject, Ballard said, but it's one that over seven hundred cities across the nation are dealing with.
Several local agencies are partnering together this week to offer free energy assessments during “Beat the Meter Blitz.”
New regulations have a global engine maker in Bartholomew County gearing up for some big changes.
In the first of two-part series, WFIU’s Daniel Robison explores how Terre Haute became saddled with its combined sewer overflow issue.