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Michigan's fracking bonanza challenges state regulators to balance economic benefits with public health concerns

Phyllis and Bernard Senske's daily rituals in their 1930-built stone house in Rapid River Township, near Kalkaska, mirror those of many rural Midwestern seniors.

Snyder Pushes Recycling With Stop At Dundee Plant

Rick Snyder open up a 12 point lead in governor's race over Mark Shauer

Oil spill hits half-mile of Lake Michigan

An oil spill from a northwestern Indiana refinery affected roughly a half-mile section of Lake Michigan's shoreline near Chicago earlier this week, officials said.

Lake Michigan oil spill appears to have 'minimal' environmental impact, official says

BP representatives expect to provide an estimate Wednesday on the amount of crudeoil discharged into Lake Michiganwhen a malfunction occurred at a refinery in Indiana.

BP assesses refinery oil spill in Lake Michigan

BP says it is assessing how much crude oil entered Lake Michigan following a malfunction at its northwestern Indiana refinery.

Hip Hop Caucus Looks To Change The Face Of ClimateChange

Rep.Keith Ellison(D-Minn.) andRep.AndréCarson(D-Ind.), both members of the Congressional Black Caucus, are hoping to change the face of climate change by educating Black colleges and universities ...

Lake Michigan's ice cover could cause flooding as weather warms

Scientists are warning that Lake Michigan's record ice and snow could cause extreme flooding in some areas once it finally melts.

Viewpoint: Prioritizing clean energy at the U

After a string of stunning home-court performances, the Wolverines sit atop the Big Ten basketball standings

Sunken pipeline stirs fears

A freshwater channel that separates Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas is a premier Midwestern tourist attraction and a photographer's delight, offering spectacular vistas of two ...