The frigid fresh water of Lake Michigan used to be relied on to keep Great Lakes shipwrecks in pristine condition. But the quagga mussel has different ideas.
The potential new campgrounds would only be accessible by kayak, canoe, or private boat - one of many big changes that could come to the island.
What's causing the muck along Lake St. Clair?
Silver carp DNA was detected during environmental monitoring along a busy river in the area. It's one of four carp species that threaten the Great Lakes.
The state DNR announced Tuesday the city of Waukesha would start diverting up to 8.2 million gallons of water a day, starting in September.
The teen was told not to jump off the breakwall along Indiana's shoreline by staff at the marina.
The alarming numbers are why scientists are now calling for a plan between the U.S. and Canada. Without a strategy, they're "flying blindly" one researcher said.
As summer progresses, new fledglings across the Great Lakes region are leaving their nests and learning what it means to be a bird.
The only lights that will be on tonight will be for safety as both the bridge and Mackinaw City go dark.
The organization that tracks drownings statistics said there were four reasons that had led to fewer drownings in both Lake Michigan and the Great Lakes.
The health department also advises against eating too many servings of smelt from certain Great Lakes. See the full list here.
The public's been asked to avoid the area and not to attempt any wildlife rescue as the U.S. Coast Guard works to clean up the mess.
The Coast Guard said it rescued five people on board a vessel that caught fire over the weekend near the National Lakeshore in the Upper Peninsula.
If he's successful, Bryan Huffman would be only the 9th person to complete the task. But that's not why the Holland native is doing it.
The latest plan comes from a Native American tribe in Wisconsin, which argues erosion could lead to catastrophic damage to the pipeline, leading to a rupture.
The two men who were caught stuffing walleye with leaded weights to win a fishing tournament in Ohio will spend time in jail after being convicted of a felony.
The boats encountered a storm with howling winds, snow squalls and punishing waves. Both vessels and the 28 people on board were lost to the dark waters of Lake Superior for more than a century.
The shorebirds return to the same spot and the same nests every year along Lake Michigan. The first bird returning to the region this year has a nest in Glen Haven.
The Ironton was a 191-foot cargo vessel that collided with another ship in rough seas in 1894. Its whereabouts had long eluded shipwreck hunters, until now.
Beaver sightings in Southeast Michigan have risen over the past few years. A trail camera captured one fortifying its den on Stony Island.