Study Finds Race is Primary Factor in Enforcement of Safe Drinking Water Act
Flint and Newark are just two of the many cities where the race of residents is tied to poor regulation of water safety.
Newark Sees Preliminary Decrease in Water Lead Levels
The latest results show that water filters are finally working in most of the tested homes.
New Plan Seeks to Replace Newark's Lead Pipes In Less Than 3 Years
With the national spotlight on the city’s lead water crisis, officials have shaved seven years off the initial timeline to replace pipes.
The Decisions and Inaction Behind Newark's Lead Water Crisis
An investigation by The New York Times reveals years of mismanagement.
Lead Concerns Push Newark to Distribute Bottled Water to Residents
The EPA says residents should not drink tap water, even if it’s been filtered. The city says more tests are needed.
Water in 30 Newark Public Schools Tests Positive for Lead
Officials have turned off the taps at half the district’s schools.