The 3 million gallons of waste could weigh on the state for decades.
The closing will affect some 200 employees and 130 contractors.
The agency says the companies violated their construction stormwater permit in 2013 and 2014 by releasing discharges containing sediment that went into a tributary of the Mississippi River.
The principal owner of the warehouses at the center of deadly blasts in Tianjin also is on the board of a state-owned company that is controlled by the same powerful entity investigating the explosions.
The shift away from artificial dyes represents the latest chapter for food coloring in the U.S., which has had a rocky history.
Also in this episode, a housekeeping robot and the U.S.'s first Chinese-made car.
Two rail companies aren't liable for some claims arising from the 2012 train derailment in southern New Jersey.
One thing’s for sure though: The global auto industry is definitely going green.
The sharp fall in layoffs in the past two years means Americans are enjoying solid job security.
The Chinese military also said it was inspecting storage measures for explosive materials.
The explosion has triggered calls for reform in chemical storage.
Coca-Cola officials vowed to be more transparent about the company’s research funding but criticized a recent report for creating "confusion" about its practices.
A Tesla spokesman confirmed that there was an accident involving an electrical contractor.
NASA engineers are working to remove four tanks from the shuttle for use as potable water storage on the International Space Station.
Crude prices fell at their lowest levels in more than six years.
For the first time since its introduction 50 years ago, America’s iconic pony car is headed overseas.
Apple originally sued Samsung over the latter's similar designs and won.
Fireball's label features a red, dragon-like creature, while Fire Flask displays a glaring red devil in front of two pitchforks.
The research shows that in some places the ground is sinking nearly two inches each month.
The investigation calls into question whether all air bag systems made with ammonium nitrate should be recalled.