Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant's Shutdown Imminent, Officials SayExelon Corp. officials said the plant will stop producing electricity around noon Friday.
Utah Company To Buy Three Mile Island's Infamous Unit 2 Reactor, Dismantle FacilityEnergySolutions, of Salt Lake City, says it will acquire the unit from FirstEnergy Corp.
Three Mile Island, Site Of United States' Worst Nuclear Power Accident, To Shut DownThree Mile Island's Unit 1 is licensed to operate through 2034, and shutting it down will cut its life short by 15 years.
Three Mile Island Notifies Regulators Of Intent To CloseThe owners of the Pennsylvania's Three Mile Island nuclear plant have formally notified regulators and a regional power grid operator of their previously announced intentions to close the plant.
KYW Flashback: Horrible Nuclear Mishap Makes History In Pa.It may be the most important story covered in 50 years at KYW Newsradio.
KYW Flashback: 17 Years Of Hearings And Debates Can't Keep The Limerick Nuclear Plant From Going On-LineIn February of 1986, nearly 30 years ago, KYW reported on the cooling tower cloud that rose over rural Limerick Township in Western Montgomery County.
Nuclear Power Industry Quietly Marks 35th Anniversary of TMI Disaster“State police in Harrisburg have been called to the Three Mile nuclear plant…” said a KYW Newsradio announcer on the historic morning of March 28th, 1979.
Three Mile Island To Conduct Siren Test In Pa. Thursday AfternoonThe Three Mile Island nuclear plant in central Pennsylvania will be conducting separate tests of its emergency systems.
TMI Nuclear Power Plant Automatically Shuts DownFor the second time in two months, the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant has had an automatic shutdown.
Stigall Show Log 3.29.11Chris and CBS News Consultant Mike Lyons react to President Obama's speech on Libya. He talks to Gladybell Almonte about her store being pressured not to sell candy to kids and State Senator Larry Farnese about people snorting bath salts to get high.
Officials: Radiation From Japan Reaches Pennsylvania, Poses No Health RisksRadiation from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan has now reached Pennsylvania, but state officials do not believe it poses significant health risks.
Missteps In Japan Recall Pennsylvania's 1979 Nuclear AccidentThe nuclear disaster unfolding in Japan is bringing back bad memories for some of the people involved in a similar accident 32 years ago, at Three Mile Island, in central Pennsylvania.