The Air Force met with Oscoda residents on Wednesday to discuss plans for how they'll use millions of dollars earmarked for clean up of the former Wurthsmith Air Force base.

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New, more stringent PFAs regulations are set to take effect in Michigan after passing through the rulemaking process on Wednesday.

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Oscoda residents and US Congressman Dan Kildee held a virtual meeting on Tuesday calling on the Air Force to clean up pollution at the former Wurtsmith base.


Michigan environmental officials on Wednesday announced $2.5-million in funding to help municipal airports test for PFAs chemicals.


After months of pressure from lawmakers and residents, the Air Force has announced it will take steps to address pollution coming from the former Wurtsmith Air Force base in Oscoda.