There are an estimated 20 quadrillion ants on the planet. That’s more than the number of birds and mammals on Earth combined.
Developers had planned to begin offering the floating, eco-friendly homes for sale next year.
The progressive groups are using the backdrop of Detroit’s Auto Show to push their agenda: Asking lawmakers for legislation and setting a target date of 2030 for all new passenger and light duty vehicles to be electric.
The 1 in a million rare white black bear that was spotted in Michigan's western Upper Peninsula is believed to have been killed by wolves.
Water.org announced a $1 billion plan Tuesday to help 100 million people in Africa, Asia and Latin America get lasting access to water and sanitation.
White fur on a black bear is often seen only in one part of North America - in British Columbia in Canada. But for one to appear in Michigan? "It's much much more rare" a DNR official said.
"This is a true example of bureaucracies working together for good of the people," said Genesee County Sheriff Christopher Swanson.
The seeds for the GMO purple tomato could be available in the U.S. as soon as spring 2023.
A video of an 8-foot alligator carrying its new hatchlings to water was recently shared on Facebook.
It's a good weekend to head to the west side of Michigan.
Founder Yvon Chouinard said he will put 100% of the company’s voting stock into a trust.
The 43-year-old actor said he’s tired of plastic bottles, bags and packaging ending up as pollution.
From box turtles to bumblebees, long-eared owls and orangethroat darter fish, the DNR recommended dozens of additions to the state's endangered and threatened species list.
Scientists identified the foot-biting bug at a water-line isopod.
Eight Michigan beaches are closed or are under contamination advisories due to high bacteria levels headed into Labor Day Weekend. Four of the beaches are in Southeast Michigan.
The recent flooding in Pakistan has killed more than 1,130 people and left millions displaced. Now, satellite images show how an entire new lake has formed.
Diesel oil from last week's spill in Trenton was found in the city's storm sewer after heavy rain Monday. The EPA said no additional oil has made its way to the Detroit River.
'Forever chemicals' have been phased out by U.S. manufacturers, but they remain in the environment because they don't degrade over time.
Clean-up of a diesel spill in the Detroit River continues this week in Trenton but the city's quick action is getting a lot of credit for stopping what could have been a catastrophic spill.
"Most of the artifacts that melt out are extremely well-preserved. It's like they are frozen in time."