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The grant will help poor community in Alabama's Black Belt fix its failing sewer system. [Read More]
Jimmy Smith carried a photo of his four daughters, one of whom he said had died of cancer and another a cancer survivor. [Read More]
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin and U.S. Rep Terri Sewell again asked the EPA to consider adding north Birmingham's 35th Avenue site to be added to... [Read More]
Phillips served on the Alabama Environmental Management Commission for nearly 15 years, including three terms as chairman. [Read More]
Glenn has a history of entanglements with Alabama's state ethics laws. [Read More]
The 597-acre coal ash pond sits on the banks of the Mobile River, in the heart of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. Alabama Power eventually decided to... [Read More]
The U.S. Attorney General will speak at the Justice Department's National Public Safety Partnership Symposium at the Wynfrey Hotel Monday. [Read More]
Museums across Alabama are participating in the Smithsonian's 14th annual Museum Day by offering free admission. [Read More]
The Center for Biological Diversity filed open records requests for plans that they say have been 'rammed through' the normal approval process. [Read More]
Environmental groups warn the same thing could happen in Alabama. [Read More]
Organization founded by two Hoover students has removed 65 industrial-size bags of garbage from local parks, with more cleanups planned. [Read More]
North Birmingham's 35th Avenue Site not among five sites added to the EPA's National Priorities List this week. [Read More]
Alabama had the seventh lowest average fees at $33.49, ahead of Mississippi, Louisiana ($29.21), Utah ($30.19), Arkansas ($30.41), Kentucky ($31.47) and Montana ($32.06). [Read More]
Five groups filed a lawsuit alleging new TVA fixed fee penalizes solar customers and discourages energy efficiency. [Read More]
The exit is being removed as part of the project to redesign and rebuild I-59/20 through downtown Birmingham. [Read More]
Tags: I-59/20 - Street - exit
"When you go by the book, there's nothing to look back on and say, 'I did this wrong' or 'I didn't do that,'" LeFleur said. [Read More]
Ramps leading from I-65 and I-59/20 to 17th Street North opened in Birmingham Friday. [Read More]
The Cahaba River Society and Cahaba Riverkeeper say the proposed road could imperil Birmingham's drinking water. [Read More]
Alabama Power believes it could be two to five years before new licenses are issued for its Coosa River dams. [Read More]
The existing permit had been challenged by local environmental groups leading to court battles. [Read More]
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