Environment

Clean Water State Revolving Fund awards 3 loans in ND


Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks create new bureau to combat invasive mussels


2 deer harvested in ND test positive for Chronic Wasting Disease


Army Corps of Engineers says they don't expect snow melt to cause flooding this year


Yellowstone fish bypass deemed best alternative route by ACOE, still needs court approval


More than 176,000 gallons of crude oil estimated to have spilled near Belfield, ND


Montana Sen. Jon Tester writes letter to Department of the Interior regarding invasive mussels


Senator Daines joins Montana's fight against invasive mussels


ND State Health Department investigating pipeline leak northwest of Belfield


Officials close Tiber, Canyon Ferry Reservoirs to boating after invasive mussels found in waterways


Invasive mussels found in Montana's Tiber Reservoir


Controversy in Washington as President Obama designates a National Monument in Maine's North Woods


Oil, produced water spills in Billings County caused by equipment failure


400 barrels of salt water leak onto well site near Dickinson


ND Department of Health reports produced water spill in Bottineau County


ND oil production dropped historically in April


Mid-American Regulatory Conference focuses on future of fossil fuels, carbon capture


Oil prices rise to $50 a barrel, but will it last?


Load More Stories
 

Most Popular

NBC News Headlines

Russia Is Building a 'Psychological Portrait of Trump.' Here's What It Says.

The attempt to get inside the mind of the U.S. president is aimed at helping Vladimir Putin plan for his first meeting with America's new leader.

Kids in Cuffs: School Discipline for Black, Disabled Students Is Tougher

A joint project by the NBC News Investigative Unit and the NBC Owned Stations shows school discipline is tougher for blacks, kids with disabilities.

Calif. Braces for More Flooding, Landslides as 'Atmospheric River' Looms

The entire Sacramento Valley was under a flood warning, including Oroville, where last week's storm damaged a spillway behind the Lake Oroville dam.

Inside State-Run Chinese Paper That's Warned Trump to Back Off Unless He Wants War

The Global Times has played a role in galvanizing what observers say is a wave of nationalistic public opinion triggered by President Donald Trump.

Mattis Distances U.S. From Trump's Comments on Seizing Iraqi Oil

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis key goal during the visit is to speak about the military operations with political leaders and commanders on the ground.