Ohioans are concerned about the impact that all the new well pads, pipelines, compressor stations and diesel truck traffic are having on the environment and the quality of life in their rural communities. What can they learn from what has happened in southwestern Pennsylvania?
Residents and environmental advocates are calling for tough limits on water pollution from a coal-fired power plant situated a few miles upstream from the water intake for the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority.
The bankruptcy of an Ohio power company is the latest sign of how coal and nuclear plants are struggling. FirstEnergy is also making an unusual request of the Trump administration... and it appears to have the president’s ear.