In this week’s Environment Update, we check out the Supreme Court’s rebuke of the EPA’s mercury rules and what’s being done to curb algae blooms in Lake Erie.
In Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood, a community garden is helping to add fresh, local produce to a food pantry's shelves.
A coal ash dump an hour south of Pittsburgh may be causing health problems for a rural community and a nearby prison.
All kinds of consumer products, especially furniture, are treated with flame retardants. But even the newer regulations on these chemicals aren't preventing health issues.
An ethane cracker, which converts natural gas into the buildling blocks of plastic, may be coming to Pittsburgh. But some are concerned about the effects on the city's already-bad air quality.
An environmental group says the state is not doing all it can to investigate fracking-related health complaints in Pennsylvania.