Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack blew his stack when he heard that big oil companies BP, Sinclair and Shell kicked little Apex Oil out of mediation over the cost of groundwater contamination in Hartford.
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St. Clair County State's Attorney Robert Haida wants the city of East St. Louis to stop dumping garbage illegally.
Don Coursey That corn growers' favorite herbicide is a frequent target of "activists" prompted an atrazine industry spokesman to warn that replacing actual science with political science would be disastrous for state agriculture.
SPRINGFIELD-A heated Madison County battle, the case of dueling lawsuits over petroleum vapors in the village of Hartford, has turned into a hot potato for the Illinois Supreme Court.
One of the most thoroughly studied products used in agriculture has received yet another clean bill of health.
Alex Avery If product liability claims against major chemical companies prevail and state legislators attempt to restrict the most commonly applied herbicide used by corn growers, Illinois agriculture is in trouble.
Linda Todoroff is suing O’Fallon for raw sewage that backed into her basement at 610 West Adams St.
Illinois Power Co. will install $500 million in pollution controls at five coal-fired power plants and pay a $9 million fine to settle a federal lawsuit alleging Clean Air Act violations.
William Applegate A man who worked with Illinois Central Railroad in the 1940s is suing the company in St. Clair County Circuit Court, alleging exposure to asbestos and other "toxic" elements has made him sick.