Data: 2015 On Track To Be The Hottest Year On RecordAccording to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the first half of 2015 has already posted some of the hottest months on record.
NOAA: $9M For Projects To Mitigate Climate Change ThreatsThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is offering $9 million in grants to help coastal communities deal with extreme weather, changing ocean conditions and climate hazards.
Rubio's Climate Change Views Could Hurt 2016 Presidential BidThe presidential hopeful has acknowledged that the climate is changing, but has expressed skepticism that it is being caused solely by humans.
NASA: 2014 Was Warmest Year On RecordOne University of Michigan professor says there is still time to cut back on carbon emissions and slow the speed of warming, but misinformation from oil companies has hindered support needed cause policy change in the U.S.
'Strong' Solar Storm Could Lead To Northern Lights ShowA strong solar flare and storm could lead to a show of the Northern Lights in Michigan and other northern states.
South Florida Prepares For Worst As Isaac Gets CloserA steady stream of cars has been bringing evacuees north from the Florida Keys as Tropical Storm Isaac gets stronger and closer.
NOAA: Odds Of Year Being This Hot? 1.6 MillionThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the U.S. has had the warmest 12-month period since record-keeping began in 1895.
NOAA Expands Western Michigan Research LabThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's maritime operation is about to take on a higher profile with an expansion of the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory on the Muskegon Channel.
Lake Levels Are ... Up?The milder than usual winter has many thinking that we'll pay the price in the spring and summer with lower lake levels, then again maybe not.
Detroit Zoo Sphere A Science TripThe Detroit Zoo has a new teaching device that's also one of the coolest tech toys ever.
Saginaw Students Search For Shipwrecks With High Tech ToolsFive 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.