Some Raleigh County residents don’t want to kill coal — they just want regulators to force the mine next door to stop making them miserable.
The historic Alabama town is already surrounded by polluting industries. An impact study says traffic avoiding a proposed toll bridge would only make the air more toxic.
How wading through water can be an antidote to climate anxiety.
Many rural jails and prisons face environmental pollution and flooding, but they aren’t often considered in emergency planning.
Smell something, tell something: How Black residents in coastal Georgia are holding polluters accountable
Redlining, disinvestment, and lack of political power has made Southern communities of color prime targets for industries that often provide jobs in the areas they pollute.
Louisiana chemical facilities are ‘ticking time bombs’ during hurricanes. Residents are left in the dark about the risks.
An analysis by WWNO/WRKF and Southerly reveals worst-case scenarios for toxic air pollutant releases or chemical explosions by 30 facilities in Louisiana.
In just two decades, Moss Point has seen three high-profile cases of police brutality against Black men. Families and advocates have long demanded answers.