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  • This picture shows a view from the ramp up to the pedestrian bridge overlooking part of Waterfront Park. In the background, the skyline of Louisville, Ky. can be seen through hazy air.
    Ryan Van Velzer
    Louisville has struggled for decades to rein in ozone pollution. Local regulators now think the city’s air quality has improved enough that it meets the federal standard. If the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency agrees the city could end requirements that make the city’s gas more expensive, but environmental experts are concerned the economic benefits could come at the expense of vulnerable populations.
  • Lauren Chapman
    IPB News
    So far, Indiana Department of Emergency Management has found unhealthy levels of PFAS in 19 drinking water utilities. Some listeners who get their water from these utilities wanted to know how they can protect themselves and their families.