Mark Peters On Report Finding 2,700 New York City Kids Exposed To LeadA shocking report finds 2,700 New York City kids tested positive for lead exposure when city agencies could have prevented it.
New Report Reveals NYC Failed To Inspect Thousands Of Buildings, 22,000 Children For Lead ExposureBetween 2013 and 2018, more than 9,600 buildings with documented cases of lead were never even inspected.
Newark Water Crisis: Mayor Of Belleville, N.J. Puts Up Billboard Demanding State Provide HelpTens of thousands residents of Belleville, N.J. use the same tap water that is provided to Newark residents, who are struggling to fix an ongoing lead crisis in the city. 
Newark Water Crisis: Officials Say 97% Of Filters Tested Reduced Lead In WaterCity and state officials announced Monday that residents should use water filter Newark has provided, despite previous concerns they weren't effective in reducing lead in water.
Newark Water Crisis: New Plan Revealed To Fast-Track Process Of Replacing Lead PipesUnder the plan, Essex County will issue a $120 million bond to replace the problematic lead service pipes. It drastically speeds up the ongoing project, which was initially scheduled to take eight to 10 years. Now, it’s expected to take a year and a half to three years.
Newark Water Crisis: National Action Network To Rally In Support Of Mayor Ras BarakaCommunity leaders, clergy and local elected officials – including the mayors of Plainfield and Orange – are expected to attend the rally outside City Hall.
Newark Water Crisis: Bloomfield Officials Reassure Residents About Lead LevelsBloomfield started handing out free filters last year after 16 homes tested positive for high lead levels.
Newark Water Crisis: Judge Weighs Lawsuit To Expand Bottle DistributionPublic school and environmental advocates are fighting for door-to-door bottle delivery in the eastern part of the city after those communities were left out of the city’s initial advisory.
Newark Water Crisis: How Lead Can Affect Your ChildrenLead exposure can bring on quite a few health defects, but there are preventive measures you can take to reduce the risk. Dr. Judy Aschner of the Hackensack University Medical Center explains how.
Newark Water Crisis: City Again Handing Out Bottles, But Residents Say Communication Remains PoorThere is more frustration in New Jersey largest city, where thousands of people are dealing with a water emergency.
Newark Water Crisis: Bottles Sent To Residents Past It's Best By DateNewark residents took yet another hit amid the city's water emergency.