Katherine Phillips, a 4-month-old widely known as “Baby Kate,” disappeared in June 2011. Her body hasn’t been found.
The frozen body of a man found on a remote Lake Michigan beach has been identified as a missing Wisconsin resident.
A Michigan man accused of killing his infant daughter is facing an important hearing to determine if there’s enough evidence to send the case to trial.
Katherine Phillips was 4-months-old when she disappeared in June 2011 in the Ludington area.
It’s an engaging mix of high tech and low tech — a huge man-made lake along Lake Michigan where electric pumps suck water in at night, when electric demand is low, and where the water is released back out into the big lake in the afternoons, generating electricity when demand is at its peak.
Dozens of people with knowledge of botany turned out Friday in western Michigan as police searched for the remains of Katherine Phillips.
Remember this phrase: Community solar. It may just be the way solar energy finally fulfills its promise of cheap, clean electricity. The dedication of a new community solar installation in Traverse City Friday was the buzz on Saturday at the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association’s Michigan Energy Fair in Ludington.
If you wanted to learn more about the business case for renewable power, the Michigan Energy Fair in West Michigan’s Ludington was the place to be Friday
The Michigan Energy Fair is looking forward to developing a conversation on how things cities are leading the way in renewable energy.
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