As Benton Harbor water cleanup continues, activists want more assurance that tap water is safe to drink through filters. State officials say it is.
Invasive sea lamprey populations are on the rise, posing a threat to the environment and economy—but scientists have a plan.
Monarchs. Moose. Mussels. Some of Michigan’s most iconic species are at risk. A bipartisan bill would help the state protect them, and us.
The position has been around since 1994, but this time, the backyard is the classroom for adults and children alike.
Yet another Michigan town's water supply is contaminated with lead. Every day, residents need to drink bottled water or cope with dire health consequences otherwise.
Michigan is famous for its shipwrecks. But state officials don’t want to add any more boats to the below-water collection.
Hundreds of displaced mid-Michigan families are waiting for answers about the Edenville Dam's failure. Here's what they know — and what they don't.
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