Dave Mistich http://ktep.org en Review Of West Virginia Water Finds More Work To Be Done http://ktep.org/post/review-west-virginia-water-finds-more-work-be-done Transcript <p>KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: <p>A group of independent researchers has found that the chemical crude MCHM is still present in some West Virginia homes. That's the coal-cleaning chemical that spilled into the Elk River back in January out of a storage tank operated by the company Freedom Industries. The spill contaminated drinking water for hundreds of thousands of people. Sat, 29 Mar 2014 21:02:00 +0000 Dave Mistich 37652 at http://ktep.org In The Wake Of Spill, West Virginians Still Don't Trust Their Tap http://ktep.org/post/wake-spill-west-virginians-still-dont-trust-their-tap It's been more than three weeks since thousands of gallons of a toxic chemical contaminated the drinking water of approximately 300,000 West Virginia residents. Dave Mistich, of West Virginia Public Broadcasting, reports that even though government officials now say it's safe to drink the water, not everyone trusts that advice. Mon, 03 Feb 2014 21:15:00 +0000 Dave Mistich 34071 at http://ktep.org