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March 16, 2017

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Lake Erie at Cleveland's Villa Angela Beach.

Trump Budget Cuts Great Lakes Restoration, Sea Grant Programs

The Trump Administration’s proposed budget eliminates the $300 million in annual funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

March 13, 2017

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State Forests Get High Marks On International Sustainability Audit

The yearly audits judge the management of Indiana's state forests based on North American and international sustainability standards.

March 8, 2017

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Tornado sirens are used differently throughout Indiana's counties

Two More Tornadoes Confirmed Near Mitchell, Crothersville

Since Wednesday, eleven tornadoes occurred across southern Indiana, from north of Evansville to near Salem.

March 7, 2017

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The Owen County Recycling Center will shut down on April 1st because the county says it’s too expensive to operate.

Owen County Recycling Center To Close April 1

The Owen County Recycling Center accepts both trash and recyclables, but makes its money on the recycling.

March 6, 2017

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IUPUI researchers collecting sediment cores from Martin Lake, Lagrange County, IN (May 2013). From left to right, graduate student Owen Rudloff, assistant professor Broxton Bird, Michael Stouder, graduate student Lucas Stamps.

Study Explores Link Between Climate, Ancient Native Populations

IUPUI scientists used paleoclimate records to better understand Midwestern Native American population dynamics.

March 3, 2017

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A bill that would change the way home owners are paid for solar energy is moving through the Statehouse.

State Lawmakers Debate Compensation Rates For Excess Solar Energy

A bill headed to the House would change the way alternative forms of energy, such as solar power, are valued in the state.

March 3, 2017

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Warming Winters Impact Crane Migration Festival

The shifting sandhill crane migration may force organizers to move "Marsh Madness" to mid-February.

March 2, 2017

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East Chicago's Calumet neighborhood is an Environmental Protection Agency Superfund site.

Lawyers Request EPA Intervention For Lead In East Chicago Water

The same group who requested federal assistance for Flint, Michigan, is now stepping in for East Chicago, Indiana.

March 1, 2017

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Storm damage in Gibson County, Indiana was reportedly caused by a tornado in nearby Illinois.

PHOTOS: Severe Weather Causes Damage In Southern Indiana

Posey County officials say damage was caused by a tornado in southeastern Illinois that killed one man.

February 28, 2017

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HUD plans to take stock of whether the city can move remaining families to temporary housing and close West Calumet by March 31.

As Deadlines Loom, 106 Families Remain In Lead-Contaminated Homes

East Chicago residents in the West Calumet Housing Complex have until March 1 to renew their Section 8 housing vouchers, given out late last year.

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