A new order forcing Wolverine Worldwide to clean up its former tannery site is based on chemicals found there at least six years ago.
Many of the women who say they were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar place some blame on the institutions that kept him employed.
Wolverine Worldwide has cleared itself from involvement in a reported PFAS dump site without interviewing the man who said he dumped there.
Federal authorities are cracking down on dangerous levels of hazardous chemicals other than PFAS found at Wolverine Worldwide properties.
Sparta stopped using one of the wells feeding its municipal water system after tests found it contained a small amount of a PFAS chemical.
A Michigan commission is working to improve state standards for defending the poor, but the $87 million bill to do so could be problematic.
For the Plainfield and Algoma township families whose water is contaminated by PFAS, blood test results provide few answers.
The legal action aims to ensure Wolverine Worldwide keeps complying with orders in and funding the response to the toxic tap water crisis.
Pam Casteel’s car is one of thousands of vehicles on Michigan roads that have recalled air bags that still haven’t been replaced.
State regulators have adopted a standard for PFAS, as they contend with contamination linked to an old Wolverine Worldwide dump site.
A Belmont couple is struck by the thought that high levels of chemicals dumped decades ago are now in the blood of their 20-month-old son.
The findings come as Michigan continues to address the water crisis in Flint and toxic tap water investigation in the Rockford area.
The United States should look within to cut down demand for opioids which are fueling its deadly drug crisis, a top Chinese official said.
Women identified as sexual assault victims of a former missionary doctor decades ago in Bangladesh say they never got their justice.
Wolverine Worldwide is expanding the sampling area of residential wells for likely carcinogens.