|Invasive mussels and crayfish in the Great Lakes are supporting each other to the detriment of the native crayfish.
|Artist Ariel Aberg-Riger makes Lake Erie's story accessible and engaging with a watercolor comic.
|Highland Copper's exploratory drilling in the Upper Peninsula has angered many Michiganders.
|After getting caught during a long-term investigation, a man from Columbus, Ohio, plead guilty to conspiring to participate in a dogfighting ring.
|Some scientists from the Great Lakes area used Twitter to introduce themselves and their work to the public.
|The 20th century history of the Great Lakes freighters is tackled and summarized in a new book by Michigan historian Frank Boles.
|The National Park Service is analyzing what impacts park landscapes to help maintain them.
Campaigning around race: Elected officials work to connect with constituents from different backgrounds
For politicians whose races are different from many of the people they represent, finding a way to connect with them is important.
The protesters packed in close in the hallways of Michigan State University’s Union building. In the second floor ballroom, Donald Trump Jr. was rallying supporters of his father ahead of the Nov. 8 election. Outside the room, protesters held signs with messages of support for various minority groups and chanted phrases like “love, not hate” and “we will not be silenced.”