The Obama administration released its proposed Hanford cleanup budget for the 2015 fiscal year Tuesday - and it's a sizable cut. KEPR looked into how the decrease will affect the cleanup and the Tri-Cities' economy.
New documents show some newer nuclear waste storage tanks at the Hanford site could leak.
The U.S. Department of Energy says members of the public can register online beginning in March for public tours of Hanford cleanup sites and the B Reactor.
Donna Busche, who filed a complaint in 2011 about safety issues at Hanford, was fired Tuesday from her job at the nuclear site.
The Hanford Waste Treatment Plant Project will hold a career fair in Richland Feb. 21 to fill more than 200 new positions in engineering, construction, and other fields.
Despite a scare at the end of the year surrounding the feds not passing a budget, Hanford isn't laying off as many as previously thought.
The U.S. Department of Energy will make changes to its waste management practices at Hanford to align them with Washington state regulations.
The Hanford site is one step closer towards final clean up. The largest and final test reactor is being removed.
Three Hanford Nuclear Reservation contractors announced a restructuring plan that could result in up to 450 layoffs.
A nuclear safety manager at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation has filed a new complaint alleging she has suffered retaliation since filing her original complaint in 2011.
The U.S. Department of Energy says just one of the older single-walled storage tanks at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation appears to be actively leaking.
Hanford workers have completed the removal of radioactive waste from another of the site's single-walled storage tanks.
Workers at the nation's most contaminated nuclear site could start receiving furlough notices Wednesday because of the partial government shutdown.
The U.S. Department of Energy is proposing more delays in the cleanup of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, the nation's most polluted nuclear site, the agency said Wednesday.
Design changes at a new radioactive waste disposal plant at the country's most contaminated nuclear site in south-central Washington were not properly verified to ensure safety, the U.S. Department of Energy's Inspector General concluded in a report issued Thursday.