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In a live update, students and researchers shared two major finds from The Aquarius Project’s years-long attempt to find the meteorite.
Learn more about the tragedy and what inspired the filmmakers to tell the story of the Eastland.
Navigate through this digital feature to learn more about this steamship and its tragic story.
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More than 1.5 million residential customers in the U.S. owe $1.1 billion to their water departments.
Among species netted by district biologists were bluegill, catfish, largemouth bass and yellow perch.
But her stance on leadership on Great Lakes issues remains unclear.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to lift, state and provincial parks fill with visitors eager to get outside.
Great Lakes Energy News Roundup: Lake Huron nuclear waste storage plan dropped, renewable energy in Midland
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In this Q&A, veteran Great Lakes executive Cameron Davis talks about regional efforts, infrastructure, water and climate change.
Take a breather from everything else going on in the world and try this lighthearted Great Lakes Now quiz.
“All the animals notice the lack of the public,” said Eve Barrs, senior aquarist at Shedd.
The uncommonly wet May caused river levels to spike and taxed the region’s storm sewers.