Latest: 10:04 pm, 7/24/14, Thursday TILTON -- The EPA plans to clean up soil contaminated with arsenic and lead in a local neighborhood.
ILLINOIS -- All that trash we take out week after week could be doing some damage to our landfills.
GEORGETOWN -- The village is ready to make some sewer improvements, but it's going to cost.
ILLINOIS -- Opponents of a proposed toxic waste dump near Clinton are applauding Governor Quinn for a letter he sent to the U.S. EPA.
Latest: 10:02 pm, 5/13/14, Tuesday CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- The fight over the Mahomet Aquifer rages on.
CLINTON -- Some voters in DeWitt County are worried about Tuesday's primary election for county board seats.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Since people in the area don't have a second source of water, local leaders continue fighting to keep the Mahomet Aquifer safe.
SEVILLE -- The state EPA is taking legal action against a railroad company after a crash earlier this month.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The University is teaming up with the EPA to keep the air clean.
HOOPESTON -- It's been two months since J & R Used Tire Service caught fire and clean-up efforts are still going on.
HOOPESTON -- The EPA is testing whether debris from the massive fire is hazardous.
HOOPESTON -- The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency is stepping-in after a fire started at a recycling business Wednesday morning.
CHAMPAIGN -- The EPA and DNR are investigating a fish kill in Boneyard Creek.
MAHOMET -- Local officials are trying to protect the aquifer, but they need your help.
DELAND -- Residents in a Piatt County town are concerned their water is unhealthy.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- City leaders in various parts of Central Illinois are anxious to protect the Mahomet aquifer as a "sole source."
CHAMPAIGN -- Prescription meds aren't the only
thing people want to keep out of the environment.
URBANA -- A federal court sentenced a Bourbonnais man to 10-years in prison Wednesday for illegal removal, handling and disposal of asbestos.
CHAMPAIGN -- A bus
company is under investigation.
URBANA--Three cities are teaming up to keep hazardous waste out of your drinking water. Monday, the city of Urbana tentatively agreed to petition the EPA for tougher rules for companies that want to do business near the Mahomet Aquifer.