The City of Muskegon, Michigan is touting a new visitor to its shores. It appears a construction barrel from the City of Milwaukee floated across Lake Michigan — and ended up at Pere Marquette Park in Muskegon. Read the full story by WLUC-TV-Milwaukee, MI.
A tribe in Northern Wisconsin still wants Line 5 off their land, despite a $24 million offer from Enbridge. Read the full story by Interlochen Public Radio.
This is part one of a series of articles looking at the Upper Peninsula’s energy situation and how it relates to the ongoing Line 5 debate. Read the full story by Great Lakes Now.
Gusty winds and waves in the 12-foot to even 18-foot range are possible as a storm system sweeps across the Great Lakes today, bringing rain and much colder temperatures. Read the full story by MLive.
A Michigan Court of Claims judge has dismissed a case that would have undone the state’s new Lead and Copper Rule, which toughens standards and sampling for lead in water. Read the full story by Michigan Radio.
Boaters on Lake Erie can be prepared for conditions on the water before even leaving their homes, they just have to send a quick text to a buoy to receive an update on water temperature, wave height and weather conditions. Read the full story by WEWS-TV-Cleveland,...
New York Governor Cuomo announced Wednesday that the state Department of Environmental Conservation will file a lawsuit against the International Joint Commission over regional flooding this past year. Read the full story by the Watertown Daily Times.
As Lake Michigan water levels remain at a near record high, more and more shoreline is being eaten away every day. As the fall storm season approaches, some worry their homes will be next. Read and listen to the full story by Interlochen Public Radio.
Officials in Leland, Michigan are looking to move three shanties — historic buildings — from their original location in an effort to repair foundations rotted by high water levels this summer. Read and listen to the full story by Interlochen Public Radio.
It appears 2020 won’t bring relief from high Great Lakes water levels — and they could be even higher than this past record-shattering spring and summer. Forecasters now predict Lakes Michigan and Huron will start 2020 at 11 inches higher than water levels in...