Michigan's governor signed some legislation Thursday that lakefront residents might be happy to see.
State lawmakers on Thursday approved $600,000 to help demolish an industrial building that is linked to a spill of green goo along a Detroit-area interstate.
The blight bills for a company along the Detroit River have surpassed $100,000 as residents push for better riverfront protection and a uniform set of rules to prevent an...
A new plan to build luxury townhomes in Brighton is coming under fire.
Local 4 Special: Defending the Environment airs Sunday at 8 p.m.
Photos and records from the Madison Heights business at the center of the toxic ooze investigation reveal the building was deemed unsafe years ago due to a complete mess ...
The Environmental Protection Agency has been asked to investigate the Marathon Refinery in Detroit.
A cleanup is underway after a sludge from a truck ended up in a storm drain Thursday in River Rouge.
The city wants him to demolish the building after the EPA ordered him to pay $1.5 million for cleanup costs.
The city of Detroit issued 401 violations that carry $162,895 in fines to five properties along the Detroit River.
Pipes underneath a now-condemned Madison Heights building that was leaking toxic chemicals showed severe signs of decay, officials said Tuesday.
When the U.S. decided to build the first ever atomic bomb during World War II, the effort needed a code name. That was The Manhattan Project.
Officials with the Macomb County Health Department said a substance that washed up on the shore of Lake St. Clair is not a health hazard.
Officials said a substance that washed up on the shore of Lake St. Clair isn’t sewage, but it still won’t be cheap to clean up.
The search for answers along the Detroit Riverfront continued Monday, nine weeks after a dock collapsed and spilled contaminated soil into the river.
Detroit officials have issued nearly 200 tickets to properties along the riverfront since the Local 4 Defenders spoke with them about a company that was allowed to operat...
Detroit officials are taking legal action against the companies responsible for the dock collapse that spilled contaminated soil into the Detroit River, the Local 4 Defen...
While initial test results showed some positive news, the toxic ooze investigation that started in Madison Heights is ongoing.
An on-scene coordinator with the Environmental Protection Agency is speaking on camera for the first time about possible contamination from a dock collapse along the Detr...
Initial test results from a Detroit property and Sanilac County property owned by a businessman who spawned a county-wide contamination investigation show no threats to p...
New testing for hazardous chemicals is being done near the Madison Heights building at the center of the toxic ooze controversy. On Tuesday, officials with the Environmen...
EPA crews are taking various soil samples to determine if any contaminants have traveled south of the building owned by Gary Sayers.
New test results are expected soon in the toxic ooze investigation as officials work to figure out why more wasn't done sooner to spot Gary Sayers and his chemical chaos.
The head of the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy blasted Detroit Bulk Storage’s plan to clean up a spill that went into the Detroit River.
A tip led to the discovery Friday of about 200 chemical barrels stored behind the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit.
Test results from near a condemned Madison Heights business show water contamination.
The investigation spurred by a green substance found seeping onto I-696 in Madison Heights last month has led crews to another building.
The eastbound I-696 ramp to Couzens Avenue in Madison Heights has been closed "indefinitely" due to the ongoing investigation and cleanup of green ooze that leaked onto t...
Local 4′s Help Me Hank has uncovered new information about the city of Detroit’s long legal battle with the man who owns two buildings linked to potentially toxic chemica...