The red oak tree in front of Spring Lake Intermediate School was the topic of discussion during the district’s recent school board meeting.
Grand Haven Board of Light & Power’s peregrine falcon nest box is once again home to several new falcon chicks.
LANSING — Michigan on Thursday began enforcing the nation's strictest rules for lead in drinking water, a plan that eventually will result in replacing all 500,000 lead service pipes statewide in the wake of the contamination of Flint's supply.
Consumers Energy will phase out its remaining coal-fired power plants and rely increasingly on renewable power sources and efficiency to provide electricity, executives said Wednesday.
ROYAL OAK — The Detroit Zoo announced it has converted three bear habitats into one collective environment, more than doubling the space shared by three rescued grizzly bears.
It is only the second fire station in the state to receive the designation, according to Spring Lake Township Fire Chief Brian Sipe.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The stories seem as tall as the lake is deep. For hundreds of years, visitors to Scotland's Loch Ness have described seeing a monster that some believe lurks in the depths.
WEST OLIVE — Perched more than 200 feet above the ground and with an angry falcon dive-bombing him at speeds of up to 70 mph, Nick Kalejs managed to band three peregrine falcon chicks Thursday morning.
Under current law, electric providers must reach 15 percent renewable energy by the end of 2021. The two major utilities now will target a 25 percent mix by 2030.
FERRYSBURG — Area residents participating in a regularly scheduled bird walk were treated to a colorful fly-by Wednesday morning when an incoming storm pushed the migrating birds across the big lake.
Illinois has proposed negotiations with federal officials and other states in the Great Lakes region over fortifying a Chicago-area lock and dam to prevent Asian carp from invading Lake Michigan and threatening its native fish.
A new study from a Michigan State University researcher estimates an oil spill in the Straits of Mackinac could have an economic impact of more than $6 billion.
Water resource expert says it's part of a natural die-off.
As part of Greater Ottawa County United Way’s annual Junior Day of Caring, more than 420 students from White Pines Intermediate School removed invasive species and trash from local parks during the week of April 23.
Volunteers filled a 20-yard dumpster with garbage found along the Grand River during the Ottawa County Grand River Cleanup on Saturday and Sunday.