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New app lets you explore Lake Michigan's shipwrecks
WTMJ-TV - Milwaukee, WI (11/21)
Shipwrecks are a part of the rich history of the Great Lakes, and now there is a new way to check out hundreds of shipwrecks in Lake Michigan and Lake Superior.

State and federal authorities settle with Lima over sewage spills
The Toledo Blade (11/21)
The expansion and modernization of Toledoís sewerage system is the largest project of its kind in northwest Ohio, but itís not the only major sewerage project being phased in over several years to reduce algae and improve western Lake Erie water quality.

EDITORIAL: Ohio lawmakers are advancing misguided legislation at the expense of Lake Erie
The Toledo Blade (11/21)
More than three months after an outbreak of algae in Lake Erie poisoned Toledoís tap water, Ohio is at last moving forward legislation aimed at addressing the stateís water issues.

Ontario, Quebec to craft united stand on Energy East pipeline project
The Globe and Mail (11/21)
Ontario and Quebec are forging a common strategy on TransCanada Corp.ís $12-billion Energy East pipeline project to address its impact on greenhouse gas emissions and to ensure that their natural gas customers will not be disadvantaged.

Great Lakes invaders go digital
Michigan Radio (11/20)
In an effort by more than 20 museums and universities around the Great Lakes region, more than 2,500 species of plants, fish and mollusks will be invading the internet soon.

Waukesha predicts $206M Lake Michigan water project done by 2020, two years late
Milwaukee Business Journal (11/20)
Waukesha, Wis., is likely to miss its court-ordered 2018 deadline to secure a new source of drinking water, and instead would complete a planned $206 million system to tap Lake Michigan in 2020.

Friends of Detroit River honor Congressman John Dingell for environmental legacy
The News-Herald (11/20)
During the 58 years John Dingell served in the U.S. House of Representatives, the Democrat who represents Michiganís 12th District has been considered by many to be a friend of those who place a high importance on environmental issues.

Feds probe Great Lakes commercial fishing
WBKB-TV - Ishpeming, MI (11/20)
A two-year federal undercover operation into illegal fishing on Lake Superior has resulted in a series of recent raids, involving three northern Michigan fish markets and their fishing operations.

Muskegon water safety: Here is some advice to stay safe around Lake Michigan jetties this time of year
MLive (11/20)
Late fall is a great time of year on Lake Michigan. Be sure to remember a few safety tips in order to be swept away by the beauty of Lake Michigan and not by the waves that crash on area jetties.

The Lake Huron risk - an investigation update
WJRT-TV - Flint, MI (11/19)
Officials appear to be closing in on a decision on whether to allow construction of an underground nuclear waste dump near the Canadian Lake Huron shoreline.

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