ByMichael Epps: Current Sports Beat Reporter•Dec 11, 2017
Rookie Spartan rowers are discovering their passion for sport, working on their strength, conditioning and technique during tough daily workouts. There is no off-season, just because it is cold outside.
ByMichael Epps: Current Sports Beat Reporter•Nov 20, 2017
EAST LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan State men's club rowing team recently welcomed multiple Michigan schools for the Head of the Grand Regatta. Grand Valley, Michigan Tech, Eastern Michigan and other clubs participated in the annual Fall race. The event included races for men's and women's crews.
What does a dairy cow have to do with keeping the environment healthy? At the recent Great Lakes Restoration Conference in Buffalo people were invited to witness that connection first hand -- and how it played into one farmer’s economic survival.
The Trump Administration budget released Tuesday slashes funding for the Environmental Protection Agency by nearly one-third, laying off thousands of employees while imposing dramatic cuts to clean air and water programs.
The United Nations recognizes March 22 as World Water Day. Michigan State University is observing the event with a speaker series. Dr. Bruno Basso, a UniversityFoundation Professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, uses drones to study how seed crops consume water.
President Trump delivered his first address before Congress Tuesday. He touched on themes ranging from immigration reform to counter terrorism to education. One prominent guest in the audience came to hear Mr. Trump’s plans to resolve a crisis in Michigan that’s resounded around the world.
The Flint Water Crisis became a top story in 2016, but it wasn't the only development involving Michigan water or the Great Lakes. We review and update those stories, and look ahead to 2017, with Great Lakes journalist and commentator Gary Wilson.
This week, the Lansing Board of Water and Light will replace the last of Lansing’s lead water service lines. We talk with the Board’s general manager, Dick Peffley, about the multi-year, multi-million dollar project.
University of Michigan researchers say the number of lead water lines that need replacement in Flint may be several times higher than expected. We get the thoughts of the East Lansing resident charged with coordinating the pipe replacement effort, Gen. Michael McDaniel.