An Illinois fisherman pulled a live Asian carp from the Illinois Waterway just nine miles from Lake Michigan triggering a mandatory two weeks of intensive search in the waters for more.
A chemical used in the fight against Zika virus and a controversial insecticide used across the United States are associated with reduced motor function in Chinese infants according to a new study by the University of Michigan.
Americans are less divided than you might believe on renewable energy standards and energy efficiency mandates, according to a spring 2017 survey from the University of Michigan. 81% of Americans support energy efficiency mandates and 79% support renewable portfolio standards.
In the aftermath of President Trump withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement, 12 Michigan mayors join a growing list of leaders from around the nation in a commitment to adopt, honor, and uphold its goals.
A review of lobbying disclosure records from several Midwestern states reveals that a new Michigan law banning communities from enacting regulations on plastic bags may be part of a larger special interests campaign by plastic manufacturers to keep their products on shelves and in grocery stores.