Water
It's been a year since the state announced an agreement with DuPont – a company that allowed mercury to pollute the South River in Waynesboro. The firm agreed to pay $50 million, and this weekend the governor showed up to take a bow, but not everyone was cheering.

The Alabama Department of Environmental Management discovered 3M Co. was underreporting its discharge of potentially toxic chemicals into the Tennessee River before 3M notified the regulatory agency of the error.

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