‘Rogue’ email warns about radiation exposure at Grand Canyon museum building
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. -- A whistleblower at Grand Canyon National Park has made a startling disclosure in what the Arizona Republic calls a "rogue" email. According to the newspaper, three five-gallon paint buckets of uranium ore were stored for 18 years in one of the park's buildings, possibly exposing tourists and workers to radiation.