Nevada Wants US Court to Reject Texas Bid to Prod Nuke DumpNevada wants a federal appeals court to dismiss a bid by the state of Texas to kick-start government funding and licensing for a long-fought plan to entomb the nation's most radioactive waste in the desert outside Las Vegas.
Nevada Seeks To Intervene In Yucca Mountain CaseNevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has asked a federal appeals court in New Orleans to approve the Silver State as a third party in the case.
Congressmen Tour Yucca Mountain Nuclear Dump SiteLawmakers inspected the proposed site for a national nuclear waste disposal facility.
New Mexico: 500 Barrels Of Questionable Nuclear WasteMore than 500 barrels of waste from Los Alamos National Laboratory were packed with the kitty litter linked to a radiation release at the government's underground nuclear waste dump.
2nd Radiation Release Indicated At New Mexico Site Monitoring station detected increase in radiation on March 11th.
Nuke Dump Fire Was Preventable, Says ReportGovernment report says lack of equipment and training led to an underground fire at the nuclear waste dump in New Mexico.
New Mexico Residents Frustrated At Lack Of Nuke Dump Details People who live near the nation's only underground nuclear waste dump are demanding the government give them more information about a radiation leak.
Nuclear Waste Conference Begins In PhoenixMore than 2,000 people are expected in Phoenix for a conference on managing nuclear waste.
13 Workers Were Exposed To Radiation At New Mexico PlantBiological samples show employees at the nation's underground nuclear waste dump were exposed during a radiation leak.
NM Official: 'No Risk From This Event That Would Be A Hazard To You Or Your Children'Officials investigating a leak from the federal government's only underground nuclear waste dump tried to reassure skeptical southeastern New Mexico residents Monday night that their health is safe.
Leak Confirmed At Nuclear Waste Dump In New Mexico Federal officials Thursday confirmed a leak of nuclear waste at a southeastern New Mexico repository, but it could be weeks before workers can safely access the underground dump to determine what happened.
New Mexico Nuclear Repository Monitored For RadiationOfficials say testing shows no danger to people or the environment.