Michigan officials investigating aggregate spill in Detroit River-
Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy is investigating a spill of an unknown amount of construction aggregate material into the Detroit River from an industrial site with a history of environmental contamination.00
Court rejects Nestle plan for bottled water pump building-
The Michigan Court of Appeals sided against a Nestle water bottling company Tuesday in a dispute over a pumping facility needed for a significant expansion of its operation.
Fighting invasive species on one island led to plan for all-
Michigan researchers recently created a series of steps to show people how to rid Great Lakes islands of plants and animals that invade their ecosystems.
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Dow agrees to $77M environmental settlement in Michigan-
Dow Chemical Co. has agreed to fund environmental restoration projects worth an estimated $77 million to compensate for decades of pollution by its plant in Midland, Michigan, officials said Friday.
Powerful storms hit Great Lakes coastline communities, knocking down power lines-
Utilities are trying to restore power as winds buffet the region and waves pound the Lake Michigan and Lake Superior coasts. The storms also are causing widespread lakeside erosion, putting properties at risk.
PBS NewsHour – Healing Flint-
In Flint, residents are starting or expanding food and nutrition programs to mitigate the health impacts that come with drinking lead-contaminated water.