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Intrepid travelers need not leave the United States to find distinctive cities, spectacular open spaces and wide beaches to explore. Lonely Planet's top 10 U.S. destinations for 2014 are all available without clearing customs, including long-beloved
Scientists have long known the primary cause is Type E botulism, which the U.S. Geological Survey says may have killed 100,000 birds in the region since 2000. They have ideas, but no proof, about how the toxin works its way up the food chain...
Village Administrator James Keim said he will seek requests for qualifications from consultants to determine the potential source and cost of bringing the valued resource to village taps. "I do want to draw a well qualified group of consultants,"
Genetic material from an invasive fish called the Eurasian ruffe has been found in southern Lake Michigan for the first time, raising the possibility that it could migrate into the Mississippi River watershed and compete with native fish there, a
Many small towns across the country are using special events to attract visitors and commerce. The strategy has been a big hit in places like Aspen, Colo., and Park City, Utah, whose names have become synonymous with major festivals...Some residents
Lake Michigan whitefish have been spawning in northeastern Wisconsin rivers where they haven't been seen in more than a century. The fish's return has created a welcome mystery for scientists, who aren't sure why they are migrating from Green Bay
The search for Kelly Dwyer continues with the last volunteer search for her just passed on Sunday, but she remains missing with no answers to the numerous questions in her case. Her father does not believe she is alive, which is a heartbreaking
Lost amid the wall-to-wall coverage of the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination is another, later, sudden political death – and for many it was equally heart-wrenching. Harold Lee Washington, 65,
Mich. Five months after divers searched a remote section of Lake Michigan for a mysterious 17th century ship and retrieved a wooden slab the group leader believes is part of the vessel, it's still uncertain whether they are on the right track. The
Five months after divers searched a remote section of Lake Michigan for a mysterious 17th century ship and retrieved a wooden slab the group leader believes is part of the vessel, it's still uncertain whether they are on the right track. The object