The Environmental Protection Agency announced a series of enforcement actions Wednesday to address air pollution, unsafe drinking water and other problems afflicting minority communities in three Gulf Coast states, following a "Journey to Justice" tour by Administrator Michael Regan last fall.
A federal judge in Oklahoma City said a case involving coal mine regulations he had been asked to consider is "a prime example of the havoc flowing" from the U.S. Supreme Court's historic McGirt decision.
Tulsa tied for 10th among the nation’s mid-sized cities with 28 ENERGY STAR certified commercial and multifamily buildings.
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While the recent wildfires in Western states have introduced new concerns about air quality, the United States has made huge strides in the reduction of air pollution in recent decades.
The Cherokees and Creeks plan to seek other remedies after raising concerns to the EPA. The latest rift follows a contentious disagreement over tribal gaming compacts that have landed in court.
The Tulsa Fuel and Manufacturing Superfund site in Collinsville was included on EPA’s latest list, marking the third year in a row that the agency has deleted a historically high number of Superfund sites.
Owasso Public Works is encouraging residents to be mindful of what they wash down their kitchen drains.
Proper cleaning measures can go a long way in preventing and arresting the virus in your homes and work places.
The warrant allowed authorities to search the Tinker offices of Balfour Beatty Communities, according to the senator.
The contrast is shaping up to be a key theme of the 2020 presidential race as Trump bets that his pitch to a bygone era will sway voters turned off by calls from some Democrats on the left for a transformative Green New Deal.
The Environmental Protection Agency will propose a set of rules Monday that would make it easier for coal-fired plants to store waste onsite and release water containing toxic metals into nearby waterways.
Henryetta Iron and Metal, located at 1420 W. Main St., until recently had accepted automobiles, oil field-related pipes, transformers and other metal items.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposes changes to methane emission rules it says will save the oil and gas industry millions of dollars in compliance costs by removing duplicative regulations.
The proposed rule will reverse standards enacted under President Barack Obama that require oil and gas operations to install controls on their operations to curb the release of methane at the well head and in their transmission equipment, including pipelines and storage facilities.
The Oklahoma Republican also says he's open to enhanced background checks for gun sales, praises Trump's "bizarre negotiating skills" in world affairs.
Collinsville’s former zinc smelter was placed on the National Priorities List of contaminated sites in 1999, and following extensive cleanup and monitoring, now hosts bee colonies for local honey companies.
The decision, which represented a win for industry, drew swift condemnation from groups that have pushed for years to remove the pesticide from the market.
Oklahoma’s air may be getting worse.
While proponents said coal remains an essential power source, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. called it an "outrageous Dirty Power Scam" that is a "stunning giveaway to big polluters."