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Folk singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot dies at 84-
The legendary folk singer-songwriter, whose hits include “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald,” died on May 1.00
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Company seeks first-time restart of shuttered nuclear plant-
If successful, Palisades would become the first U.S. nuclear reactor to restart after its fuel has been removed.
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Forest to MI Faucet: Using trees to keep water sources pristine-
A forest expert at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources is putting together a program to use trees to help keep sources of drinking water cleaner.
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Michigan brine brouhaha: Proposed limits for unpaved roads prompt dustup-
The salty solution is killing the state’s precious waters, but efforts to cut back on spraying have met fierce opposition.
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U.S. Counts on “Climate-Smart” Farms to Slow Global Warming-
But skeptics assert change in practices could increase risk to water and health.
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Climate change could spell catastrophe for Detroit’s older homes-
Climate change continues to have an impact on residents in Southeast Michigan. As heavy rains have become more frequent, so has the flooding.