Another Earthquake Shakes Ohio Near Lake ErieAnother earthquake shook Ohio over the weekend.
More Than 142,000 Gallons Of Raw Sewage Spills Into Lake Erie Due To StormsA public advisory has been issued after more than 142,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled into Lake Erie due to severe storms.
Ohio Governor Wants Nearly $1B To Combat Toxic Algae In Lake ErieOhio's governor is proposing spending nearly $1 billion to combat the toxic algae in Lake Erie and to protect the state's other lakes and rivers.
Nearly 4 Dozen Fishermen Rescued From Lake Erie Ice FloeAuthorities say nearly four dozen fishermen trapped on an ice floe in Lake Erie have been rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard and local emergency personnel in northern Ohio.
Larvae Of Invasive Fish Found In Lake Erie TributaryOfficials say tests have confirmed that larvae from the invasive Asian grass carp have been found for the first time in the Great Lakes watershed.
Ice Tsunami Forces Residents To Evacuate Along Lake ErieHigh winds continue to cause chaos across the East coast, and residents along Lake Erie are dealing with another problem caused by the winds, an ice tsunami.
Extraordinary Frozen Art: Wind And Water Combine To Create Stunning Ice Sculptures Along Lake ErieThe shores of Lake Erie have been transformed into some sort of mystical ice fairy tale land thanks to mother nature.
Man Convicted Of Killing Wife On Lake Erie Sentenced To LifeA Pennsylvania man convicted of fatally shooting his wife, tying her body to an anchor and tossing it into Lake Erie.
Coast Guard Pulls Body From Lake Erie In Cleveland AreaThe U.S. Coast Guard says it has pulled a body from Lake Erie near a fishing area on Cleveland's east side.
Jury Selection Begins In Trial For Man Accused Of Killing Wife, Dumping Body In Lake ErieJury selection has begun for the homicide trial of a man accused of shooting his wife and tossing her into Lake Erie.
Farthest North Ever Tracked In Western Hemisphere, 2 New Exotic Species Found In Lake ErieResearchers say two new exotic zooplankton species have crept into the Great Lakes.