As state regulators plan for a rough year on the Great Lakes, the region continues setting records on lake levels, precipitation, ice cover, and evaporation. Those benchmarks are only making it harder to plan accordingly.
As residents attempt to mitigate the damages posed by the Great Lakes, climatologists warn the changes in our weather patterns will continue to become more extreme as our planet warms.
A student at the University of Michigan has a company that turns plastic from the Great Lakes and abroad into clothes he sells around the country.
Ohio establishing a plan to reduce runoff in Lake Erie by setting daily maximum loads.
The state is creating a task force designed to identify resources and disseminate information regarding high water levels in the Great Lakes
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.
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.
The ships aren't built yet but Viking Expeditions is bringing Viking Cruises to the Great Lakes state, including a stop in Detroit.
The Department of Natural Resources has released an interactive map of shipwrecks in the Great Lakes located in Michigan waters.