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Herbicide Spill Kills Fish in Pa.

Herbicide Spill Kills Fish in Pa.

The state Department of Environmental Protection says 100 gallons of concentrated herbicide that spilled from... Read »

May 21, 2014
The End of Paper Eagles Tickets?

The End of Paper Eagles Tickets?

The Philadelphia Eagles will not be issuing paper season tickets this season, and instead are turning to e-tickets. Read »

May 18, 2014

"Find Your Path" to Parks & Rec

Department wants you to find your way to Philly parks and recreation centers. Read »

Apr 30, 2014
Cold Winter Helping Summer Crops

Cold Winter Helping Summer Crops

Our region's cold winter has some positive effects. NBC10's Christine Maddela reports from Cherry Hill, N.J. Watch »

Apr 28, 2014
Styrofoam Ban in Philly?

Styrofoam Ban in Philly?

Philadelphia recycling leaders are all for banning styrofoam in the city due to its harmful environmental Watch »

Apr 28, 2014
Philly's Solar Farm Stand

Philly's Solar Farm Stand

Bringing solar to the farm goes beyond saving money, according to one local advocate. Watch »

Apr 23, 2014
New Land Buy Promises to Protect Wildlife

New Land Buy Promises to Protect Wildlife

State leaders plan to show off a new land acquisition that they claim will help preserve wildlife in Delaware. Watch »

Apr 23, 2014
Solar Urban Farm Stand

Solar Urban Farm Stand

A solar farm stand will help power Greensgrow Farms on Cumberland Street in Kennsington. Watch »

Apr 22, 2014
Cash Register, Scooter, Fridge Wind Up on Beach

Cash Register, Scooter, Fridge Wind Up on Beach

Plastics top annual New Jersey beach sweep. Watch »

Apr 18, 2014
Deep Freeze Leaves Plants in Danger

Deep Freeze Leaves Plants in Danger

NBC10's Christine Maddela is in Glenside, Pa. with some tips on how to protect your plants when temperatures drop. Watch »

Apr 16, 2014
The Natural Gas Industry's Impact on Air Pollution

The Natural Gas Industry's Impact on Air Pollution

Pa. reports industrial air pollution data for 2012 Read »

Apr 4, 2014
EPA Regulation

EPA Regulation "Negatively" Impacts Economy: Toomey

Industry groups and more than a dozen GOP senators are urging the Obama administration to reconsider plans... Read »

Apr 4, 2014
Lawmaker Wants NJ to Have More Natural Lawns

Lawmaker Wants NJ to Have More Natural Lawns

A New Jersey lawmaker wants to make it easier for homeowners to plant natural wildlife in their yards and... Watch »

Apr 2, 2014
Foundation Funds $35M in Watershed Grants

Foundation Funds $35M in Watershed Grants

A multi-million dollar, multi-state initiative promises to protect drinking water for 15 million people. Read »

Apr 1, 2014
Fresh Basil at the Ballpark?

Fresh Basil at the Ballpark?

San Francisco Giants fans who feel their pizza toppings are missing something will soon have a new, creative... Watch »

Apr 8, 2014
Bike Path Moved for Endangered Toad

Bike Path Moved for Endangered Toad

Patton Township will move about 500 feet of the planned path so it doesn't go through the toad's wetland habitat. Read »

Mar 27, 2014
Lawmaker Wants State Back in Pollution Pact

Lawmaker Wants State Back in Pollution Pact

State Senate President Stephen Sweeney is attempting to require New Jersey to re-enter a multistate carbon pollution... Read »

Mar 27, 2014
275-Mile Shortcut: Tanker Truck Convoy Drops Off Thousands of Baby Salmon at Calif.  Waterway

275-Mile Shortcut: Tanker Truck Convoy Drops Off Thousands of...

With California in the grip of a vicious drought, state and federal fishery managers have begun to truck... Watch »

Mar 26, 2014

Stunning Historic Photos of Air Pollution

Click to see some fascinating images of air pollution throughout the US from the 1920s to the 1970s. View »

Mar 25, 2014
Radiation Normal at Chevron Well Fire: DEP

Radiation Normal at Chevron Well Fire: DEP

Pennsylvania officials say testing shows that radiation levels aren't above normal near the site of a recent Chevron... Read »

Mar 7, 2014

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