The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is creating a board to advise federal agencies carrying out two wide-ranging programs to protect the Great Lakes.
The Michigan Senate is preparing to vote on whether to abolish a state program that regulates what landowners can do with the vegetation.
The Fort Gratiot Lighthouse is reopening to the public this weekend following a renovation that lasted years and cost roughly $700,000.
A U.S.-Canadian advisory panel wound up a five-year study this week with a recommendation against large-scale engineering projects to prevent swings in Great Lakes water levels, saying people across the region should adapt to nature’s ups and downs.
Authorities say a 678-foot bulk carrier Manistee and its 18 crew members were beset by ice Saturday morning west of the Mackinac Bridge.
A pilot whose plane crashed into Lake Huron spent nearly a full day in the water because an air-traffic controller and Coast Guard rescuers were confused about where he had ditched his single-engine aircraft, according to a sheriff’s report.
The pilot of a small plane who floated in Lake Huron for 17 hours after his plane went down, is talking to WWJ.
The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for a plane with one or two people aboard that may have crashed into Lake Huron off northern Michigan.
Michigan natural resources officials are working on plans for developing the recreation potential of Drummond Island.
Five students from Saginaw Arthur Hill High School have spent the last week searching for shipwrecks in and around Lake Huron’s Thunder Bay, part of a program sponsored by Sony, Intel and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration.