Lake Erie Sets New Record As Water Levels Continue To SurgeLake Erie's water level was 9 inches above the April 2019 level.
Population Boom Of Bald Eagles Along Lake ErieThe Ohio Department of Natural Resources says that there are now more than 700 bald eagle nests along Lake Erie in Ohio.
Erie Man Catches Giant 40-Pound Endangered Fish, That Can Live Up To 100 YearsAn Erie man caught a huge fish that is considered endangered, and can live up to 100 years.
Environmentalists: Lake Erie Won't Recover From Toxic Algae Blooms Without New RulesPolitical leaders and environmentalists in Ohio who say the state hasn't taken enough action to save Lake Erie from its toxic algae blooms think new regulations are needed
Ohio Wants To Put Lake Erie On A Strict Pollution DietOhio wants to put Lake Erie on a new, stricter pollution diet to fight back against the toxic algae blooms that have flourished for more than a decade.
Record Lows For Ice And Snow This Past January, Breaks 100 Year RecordIce on the Great Lakes differs every year.
Ohio Rolls Out New Strategy To Save Lake Erie From Toxic AlgaeOhio is rolling out a new strategy to save Lake Erie from the toxic algae that overwhelms it in the summer.
Birding Groups Sue To Stop Lake Erie Wind Farm Project That They Say Poses Danger To BirdsTwo birding groups filed a federal lawsuit trying to block a planned wind farm in Lake Erie, saying the project poses a danger to birds that fly through the area.
'You Did This To Me Browns!' Cleveland Browns Fan Goes On Rant, Jumps Into Lake Erie After Loss To Pittsburgh SteelersThe Pittsburgh Steelers allegedly started it, but the team definitely finished it, beating the Cleveland Browns once again at Heinz Field.
Judge Allows Lawsuit Seeking Action On Lake Erie AlgaeA federal judge in Ohio says an environmental group pushing for mandatory regulations to prevent toxic algae blooms on Lake Erie can move forward with its lawsuit.
This Summer's Algae Bloom On Lake Erie Was Fifth-Largest Bloom Ever RecordedResearchers say the harmful algae bloom on Lake Erie this past summer was the fifth largest since they began ranking them.