GREEN BAY - With the deep freeze thawing this weekend, ice fishing pressure for lake whitefish is expected to pick up again as anglers enjoy a resurgent fishery made possible in part by cleanups that have improved water quality and habitat.
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources is heading to lakes in our region to protect them from invasive species.
Michigan’s winter surfing season is in a freeze with record-breaking lows that froze the Great Lakes.
Anglers at West Boggs Creek Reservoir in Daviess County will be allowed to harvest more fish starting Saturday, Feb. 8.
The Maritime Speaker Series at the Door County Maritime Museum continues Feb. 6, with a presentation on federal fish management by Mark Holey, project leader for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Office in Green Bay.
Let's call today Throwback Tuesday, and go way, way back to the 1920s.
That's when Sir Alexander Fleming stumbled on a mold that stopped bacteria from growing in a petri dish. He called it penicillin.
An Ohio congresswoman is asking the U.S. State Department to intervene in a Canadian plan to bury nuclear waste under the Great Lakes.
DETROIT (AP) - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Detroit district has awarded a contract to a company to dredge shoal material from two Lake Michigan harbors.
Subzero temperatures plus record snowfall in parts of Michigan and above-average amounts in Great Lakes states are expected to solidify last year’s gains in lake levels and, in some cases, help them rise closer to normal levels.
The Canadian government plans to start buying land in Detroit for the U.S. portion of a new bridge linking the two countries, a Canadian official said in a report published Sunday, a move that bypasses opponents of the project and comes as the U.S. government hasn’t yet allocated money.
Officials want to increase the romance of the Fort Gratiot Light Station.
BAD AXE — U.S. Rep Candice Miller, R-Harrison Township, said that she plans to introduce legislation this week to tackle the Asian carp problem in the Great Lakes.