CBS2 Investigation: Public Documents Show Hazardous Waste From Exide Plant Spilled Onto Highways, Into Storm Drains
Toxic contamination caused by a Vernon battery recycling plant may extend as far as Bakersfield, new documents show.
Public health officials this weekend issued a warning to consumers to avoid eating certain kinds of seafood from the Ventura County coastline.
KCAL9’s Serene Branson reports parents have pushed the district to fully test and clean up contaminated schools for four years, and concerned mom Cindy Crawford is among them.
Some Malibu school facilities may contain illegal levels of a toxic compound that is dramatically higher than previously reported, according to a parent-teacher coalition.
The FDA has been unable to establish what was causing the pets to die and develop kidney-related problems.
A consumer advocacy group alleges California regulators and other officials doctored data to avoid pinpointing the source of an apparent health threat at the Autumnwood housing complex.
Southland’s air-quality management agency is seeking the order after data showed Hixson Metal Finishing is the source of elevated levels of hexavalent chromium, a known human carcinogen.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District says it approved the plan for Exide Technologies on Wednesday.
Nearly 2,000 acres of land that include Orange County’s proposed Great Park have been removed from the list of federal Superfund sites after a $165 million cleanup.
A dozen social service staffers at an Orange County government building believe working inside the structure literally made them sick.
Nail salon owners and workers in the city of Santa Monica were set Tuesday to launch a partnership aimed at limiting toxic chemicals used in local salons.
A battery recycling business in Vernon has reopened after state officials shut it down for allegedly emitting unsafe levels of arsenic.
The Center of Health, Environment & Justice is out with a report Sunday suggesting that many back-to-school supplies might contain toxic chemicals.
Regulators found 343 pieces of toxic jewelry with lead and cadmium concentrations — some as high as 1,000 times than levels deemed safe for consumers.
Eleven companies and landowners blamed for polluting Southern California water supplies will pay about $6.6 million to clean up the contamination.