5.0 Oklahoma Earthquake damages Buildings
Another Oklahoma earthquake damaged homes and businesses Sunday. On November 6, 2016 at  7:44 CST, a quake measuring 5.0 on the Richter scale rattled central Oklahoma. The epicenter was near Cushing, some 50 miles northeast
Pennsylvania Families win Fracking Lawsuit
A Pennsylvania jury awarded a $4.2 million verdict to two Pennsylvania families who said fracking destroyed their water wells. The verdict won't bring back healthy well water to the Dimock, Pennsylvania families; but it does
Earthquakes increase in Fracked Areas
Earthquakes caused by fracking have increased dramatically in the central and eastern U.S., according to a just-released study. The L.A. Times reported on April 23, 2015 that for the first time, the "U.S. Geological
Earthquakes in Dallas Cowboy Land
The old and new homes of the Dallas Cowboys in Irving and Arlington, Texas are surrounded by thousands of natural gas fracking wells. Many Irving and Arlington and other nearby residents know firsthand that there's
Judge accepts $2.9 Million Fracking Case Verdict
The judge presiding over a toxic emissions case involving fracking in Texas has accepted a jury verdict which awarded $2.9 million to the Parr family of Weiss County. The Parrs sued Aruba Petroleum for
Fracked Farmer dies of Rare Brain Cancer
A fracked farmer died of a rare brain cancer on Sunday, June 8, 2014 in Pennsylvania. Harassed, threatened and poisoned by frackers for the last seven years of his life, Terry Greenwood was 66.
Exxon CEO joins a Fracking Lawsuit
An Exxon CEO joins a Fracking Lawsuit – that's news you don't read every day. "Do unto others, then cut out," is the Malthusian motto for most natural gas frackers. It's fun to frack
$3 Million Verdict in Texas Fracking Case
DALLAS — Plaintiffs Bob and Lisa Parr won a $3 million jury award in the first fracking verdict in Texas April 22. The Parrs sued Aruba Petroleum in 2011 for fracking operations which fouled
First Fracking Trial in Texas
DALLAS — The first fracking trial in Texas opens in Dallas today. Bob and Lisa Parr of Wise County are suing Aruba Petroleum for property and personal damages which the couple claims they have