Palm Springs residents: Divert the Mississippi to solve our drought problems
Should the southwest have some of the Mississippi River?
A young shorebird's journey inspires hope for endangered Great Lakes species
Why a Great Lakes Piping Plover spotted in Duluth made big waves in Chicago.
Missing ship discovered after 130 years at bottom of Lake Superior
The 172-foot schooner-barge Atlanta was lost in a storm on May 4, 1891.
Duluth fire crews battle blaze on 118-year-old lake freighter
The J.B. Ford, which is the oldest intact lake freighter still floating, has been housed at a scrapyard since 2015.
After threatening funding cut, EPA boss now backs Great Lakes cleanup
Three months ago, the agency wanted it gone.
Scientists say Asian carp could spread through all Great Lakes in 20 years
A risk analysis by U.S. and Canadian researchers finds the food supply and breeding areas in the Great Lakes would allow Asian carp to spread rapidly. The report says just ten breeding females and a few males would be enough of a foothold for the invasive fish to populate all five of the Great Lakes.
States won't back off lawsuit aimed at keeping Asian carp out of Great Lakes
Last month Congress made changes to shorten the timeframe for developing a federal plan to prevent the invasive fish from spreading to the Great Lakes. But Minnesota and four other states that are suing the federal government over the issue say they won't withdraw the lawsuit.