Scientists say if Asian carp reach the Great Lakes, they could cripple a $7 billion fishing industry by crowding out native species.
Asian carp are an invasive species that threaten native fish.
Some Indiana residents are calling for redistricting reform. They say political districts are being drawn to favor political parties.
Indiana is among the states trying to figure out how to address the growing population of the invasive species.
This is a second time an Asian carp has been found beyond an electrical barrier designed to keep them out.
Funding for Great Lakes programs would be cut by 98 percent.
A graduate student at the University of Toledo in Ohio discovered grass carp eggs last summer in the Sandusky River, which flows into Lake Erie.
The study found strong currents from barges can pull Asian carp through electrical barriers designed to keep them out of the Great Lakes.
The nearly two mile, $4.4 million earthen berm acts as a physical barrier, preventing Asian carp from jumping out into the Great Lakes Basin.
A tour of a carp processing plant, access to affordable dental care and how teachers are using foam pipes to reinforce STEM skills and teach teamwork.