The role that Metro Detroit's water utility will play in the region's future flood control will be a major one. Its next director will be leading the charge in that mission.
Enbridge has retrieved an anchor that broke away from a maintenance vessel while on the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac.
People have been spotted going into the water even as emergency officials were rescuing someone who was struggling to swim during dangerous conditions on the lake.
It's never too late to start shoring up homes for the next big storm. Which, as Metro Detroit has seen over the last month, can arrive again and again and again.
A movement to rename Asian Carp as Invasive Carp began years ago, amid ridicule. But that hasn't slowed the momentum to relabel the invasive species, which will be codified next month.
When it comes to eco-friendly, you don't often think parking lot, but maybe we should be.
The number of wildfires that have burned through the U.S. and continue to burn is the largest since 2011, according to data from the National Interagency Fire Center.
“You feel like it’s a stroke of luck, you feel like maybe you did something right. I’m still kind of in awe about it,” Nate Wellman, the boat’s captain, told media.
Certificates and prizes await the discovery of each county's largest tree in Michigan.
If verified, the 130 degree Fahrenheit temperature would be among the hottest ever measured on the planet.
A study released in July found that meth addiction in fish poses a threat to the natural balance of ecosystems.
According to the museum's curator, it was discovered during an archaeological dig on the 4th of July. It was also referred to as a clasp knife during the time of its use.
Gretchen Whitmer's next plug for where the state ought to throw its extra billions will be toward badly-needed infrastructure upgrades for its local parks.
Michigan has closed multiple beaches, including three in the metro Detroit area, due to bacteria contamination levels.
The man who shot video of the incident said he could hear "popping and cracking" before the collapse in Lake Superior.
NOAA predicts the bloom will be about a 3 on the severity index. It'll be the first time in a decade Lake Erie has back-to-back mild blooms.
Detroit has a complicated relationship with trucking. The industry has brought income and jobs to the city's residents, but an expected increase in traffic over the next decade concerns people already fed up with noise and air pollution.
Almonds, Apples, Bananas, Blue Berries, Peaches, Pears, and even coffee all require pollinators help to flourish. Here are a few ways people can help them grow.
The gas company plans to rely on natural gas and renewable energy to generate power as it seeks to cut carbon emissions.
A non-profit in Washington says low-income, predominantly minority neighborhoods have fewer trees than wealthier, mostly white areas.