Charging electric vehicles extra since they don't pay a gas tax would help the state to continue funding its road repairs. But should the government track where and how far your car travels?
Overall, freshwater fish caught near urban areas and the Great Lakes were found to have the highest levels of forever chemicals, according to the study.
State lawmakers have already imposed a higher registration fee on EVs, but the coalition wants that to be increased.
Dozens of companies involved in food packaging are receiving pressure after the toxic industrial compound PFAS was detected in fast-food wrappers, boxes and plates that consumers interact with on a daily basis.
Researchers and outside experts acknowledge it will likely take decades more before fusion might one day be used to produce nearly limitless carbon-free energy.
Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California for the first time produced more energy in a fusion reaction than was used to ignite it, something called net energy gain.
Scientists have been struggling to harness the fusion reaction that powers the Sun for more than half a century.
The charging won't be free either. The project developer said it could cost around $50 to fully charge one's car on the island.
"It's really going to depend on the condition," Preston said. "So when you go online, you're going to fill out a form and tell us the condition of the item and generally, maybe 30-40% of the original price you'll get in-store credit."
When it comes to eco-friendly, you don't often think parking lot, but maybe we should be.
When your car reaches the end of its life, it's not done yet. That old beater will get the form of a new life through meticulous work of ripping it apart.
Technology is improving by the day so it is out with the old and in with the new. But what happens to the old?
In the FOX-E Report, Meijer is testing a new app that could cut down on food waste, and save you money.
Danish toymaker Lego is testing a new way for customers to return their unwanted bricks in an effort to move closer to its goal of switching to 100 percent sustainable materials in the next decade.
Ford has a brand new police interceptor that is not only expected to outperform most cars on the road - it's supposed to save departments thousands of dollars every year.
After a summer of 26 consecutive days of at least 90 degrees, what's on the way for Michigan's 2019 warmer months?
From Starbucks to McDonald's, companies and states are starting to ban single use plastics.
How you dune?
Not interested in purchasing fertilizer for your yard this year? Fox 2 has you covered. Or rather, the brooding thunderstorm clouds anticipated this spring have you covered.
Everyone wants to recycle, but not everyone knows what exactly can be recycled.