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Nearly one month after the chemical spill in West Virginia, many residents are still complaining of licorice-smelling water, and a handful of schools remain closed. Is the water safe to drink? CNN Investigations' Drew Griffin reports.
Wolf Blitzer asks environmental activist Erin Brockovich whether the water in West Virginia is safe to use or drink.
As a federal grand jury begins conducting a criminal investigation into West Virginia's toxic chemical spill, CNN conducted a new test to determine the chemical levels in the water. CNN Investigations' Drew Griffin reports.
After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that pregnant women avoid the water in West Virginia, many residents are questioning whether the water is safe for anyone to drink. CNN's Jean Casarez reports on the continuing concerns of contamination there after last week's chemical leak.
As officials declare more and more water zones in West Virginia safe for human use, CNN tested the water to find out how safe "safe" really is. CNN's Jean Casarez reports.
The Attorney General's office is probing the chemical leak that tainted the water supply in parts of West Virginia. CNN's Alina Machado reports with the latest.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, West Virginia's Secretary for Environmental Protection explains what triggered last week's water ban and what steps the state has taken to make the water safe again.
A chemical leak in West Virginia has contaminated a water supply and left residents without the ability to drink, bathe, or even brush their teeth. CNN Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen reports on the health hazards from and causes of the spill.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin talks about the chemical leak that has contaminated the water supply in nine counties and what his administration and the federal government are doing to clean things up.
News that broke in "The Situation Room": Gary Sutherland, the President of Freedom Industries, confirms in a live press conference that contaminated material from his company's plant has been cleaned up - but it did affect the water supply.