A judge's ruling requiring federal regulators to come up with tougher pollution standards for the Anacostia River has the head of the DC Water District's water utility concerned.
Virginia lawmakers are fighting for the state to get millions of dollars in revenue from allowing drilling off the state’s coast.
Judges hearing a coal slurry pollution case against Massey Energy say any reference to a 2010 mine explosion is off limits at trial, along with certain phrases in opening statements.
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg says now is the perfect time to talk about air quality.
Maryland fared badly in new rankings on pollution from power plants, but state officials say the findings are based on outdated information.
The northern snakehead fish is extending its territory in Maryland.
Some bits of charred wood and the tip of a bow protruding from the water are all the remain of four boats that burned at the Washington Yacht Club in Southeast D.C. early this morning.
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