What to expect from climate change

By JACK NISSEN & KAREN HOPPER USHER Capital News Service LANSING — The planet got hot, fast. Each of the last three years set records in terms of mean global temperature over the past 150 years. On average, the Great … Continue reading →

The stream’s toxic. So why does N.Y. stock it with fish?

By Dan Tevlock This story originally appeared on Great Lakes Today and is republished here with permission. Eighteen Mile Creek, a Lake Ontario tributary, ​is so polluted that New York’s health department deems​ ​fish caught there to be unsafe to eat. In fact, the creek near the southwest corner of the lake is one of […]