Residents in St. Clair Shores are looking at miles of sludge that's been washed up and now sitting on the banks of the city.
Sixty lucky visitors were selected to view eagles at the DTE Monroe Plant
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) said Friday that there has not been any drinking water contaminated from the green ooze that was found leaking onto 696 in December.
As the planet continues to break temperature records, Michigan is breaking precipitation records. In 2019, 41.55 inches fell across the state, which is more than 10 inches above average.
Initial surface water and soil sample results from a Sanilac County property owned by convicted polluter Gary Sayers do not indicate that contaminants from his Electro-Plating Services operation were dumped at that site. EGLE said it plans additional investigation at the location.
Some regions have received more than a month's rainfall in just 24 hours, according to local reports.
Lawmakers continued conversations regarding the toxic site adjacent to Interstate 696 in Madison Heights.
The decade that just ended was by far the hottest ever measured on Earth, capped off by the second-warmest year on record, two U.S. agencies reported Wednesday. And scientists said they see no end to the way man-made climate change keeps shattering records.
Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Tuesday afternoon the state of Michigan was filing charges against 17 defendants over their involvement regarding PFAS contamination in the state.
The Friends of the Porkies are now accepting applications for their Porcupines Mountains Wilderness State Park Artist-in-Residence program.
A judge denied a request to delay a trial that will determine if Electro-Plating Services in Madison Heights will be demolished, and if so, who will foot the bill.
This building was inspected back in December after it was discovered to be owned by the same person but there were no dangerous or questionable substances found. That however, was not the case Friday morning.
After the Great Lakes broke record high levels in 2019, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is anticipating another record-breaking year in 2020. Michigan cities that struggled to mitigate the damage last year are finding it difficult to prepare for the same conditions this year.
After befriending two red foxes that had wandered onto the worksite of a pipeline being constructed, workers for Consumers Energy noticed their new companions had started losing their fur and tails in the fall. As it turns out, it's a common disease called mange, and one the employees sought to treat.
After a record-breaking year for the Great Lakes, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is predicting levels to be equally high in 2020.
Michigan's Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy, The Recycling Partnership and the PepsiCo Foundation awarded Detroit $800,000 in grants for recycling.
The Amazon rainforest has lost the equivalent of 8.4 million soccer fields or 10.3 million American football fields over the past 10 years due to deforestation.
The public got to voice concern about the toxic chemicals seen leaching onto I-696. But when it was the council's turn to respond, things got a little emotional.
Clean-up is still being monitored at the site of the chemical spill along I-696 in Madison Heights, where officials confirmed Chromium-6 had been seeping from a condemned business.
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