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The National Park Service says three consecutive days of tests have been positive, including two days with no detection of cyanide.
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Some beaches are closed along Lake Michigan in northwestern Indiana after authorities say a chemical spill into the Little Calumet River caused fish to die in the area.
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Ports abound throughout the Great Lakes, welcoming vacationers from the United States and further abroad.
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The last coal-fired passenger steamship in the United States continues to ferry passengers and cargo across Lake Michigan.
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A new report says cleaning up some of the Great Lakes region’s most heavily polluted areas has led to billions of dollars’ worth of economic development and brought communities closer together.