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(Reuters) - Bats in Wisconsin and Michigan have been infected with a disease that has killed millions of the mosquito-eating mammals elsewhere in the U.S. and could have a detrimental impact on farming and forestry, wildlife officials said on Thursday.
I know it's April Fools' Day, but this news came out of Holland yesterday: it looks like Detroit Electric is set to begin production of its Lotus Elise-based SP:01 roadster!The post Detroit Electric Set to Begin Production (Really) appeared first on Gas 2.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Aaron Harrison made a 3-pointer from NBA range with 2.3 seconds left Sunday to lift Kentucky and its freshmen to a 75-72 win over Michigan and a trip to the Final Four.
Is it conventional crude or tar sands? That is the question. And it's one with high stakes, to boot. The BP Whiting refinery in Indiana spilled between 470 and 1228 gallons of oil (or is it tar sands?) into Lake Michigan on March 24 and four days later no one really knows for sure what type of crude it was. Most signs, however, point to tar sands. The low-hanging fruit: the refinery was recentl...
BP has proven itself to be a menace to the public health and safety yet again by spilling thousands of gallons of heavy crude tar sands into Lake MichiganThe post BP Spills Tar Sands, or Heavy Crude Oil, into Lake Michigan appeared first on Gas 2.
DETROIT - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced the award of two Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grants totaling $1.25 million to fund green infrastructure projects in Southeast Michigan to improve water quality in the Great Lakes. EPA Region 5 Administrator / Great Lakes Natio...
(Reuters) - An unknown amount of oil leaked from BP Plc's Whiting refinery in Indiana into Lake Michigan after a mechanical glitch on Monday afternoon, the company confirmed on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More oil than previously thought may have leaked into Lake Michigan this week from BP Plc's Indiana refinery, the company said on Thursday, after two U.S. Senators requested a meeting with the British oil major.
Originally published at ASPCA.orgMichigan's wolves, once reduced to less than a handful by the 1970s, are now squarely in the crosshairs of eager hunters and politicians hoping to destroy as many as they can under a thin -- and sometimes fictional -- justification of threats to livestock and humans. Before we take lethal aim at these relatively defenseless and innocent animals, there's good ca...
People from all over the world have descended on Detroit to explore and photograph its empty buildings, but locals worry the obsession over "ruin porn" could hurt the city's image as it navigates its way out of bankruptcy.