A spinning ice disc in the Michigan River has got the whole community baffled in the recent weeks.
A young teenage girl was reportedly cryogenically frozen after she died from cancer on October 17. She filed a court case that lobbies for her body's preservation after death, a topic which is still speculative and controversial.
About 456 people have already been affected with the disease, the highest number in the state belongs to Flint.
Red-bellied pacu (Piaractus brachypomus) is a popular aquarium fish imported from South America that has human-like teeth.
A talking parrot was repeating words that he could have heard during the murder of his owner in their Michigan home.
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan seems far from over, but at least there is some hope as President Barack Obama announced a visit to the city and the Senate reached a deal on grants and loans for better water infrastructure.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources estimates that the state's elk population has doubled within the last two years, totaling some 1,371 animals today.
The mysterious Menominee Crack split down the middle of Michigan forest following a magnitude-1 earthquake in Oct. 2010. Researchers have now identified the strange feature as a geological pop-up.
Black squirrels have been seen more regularly in Michigan -- many residents have even mistaken them for rats with bushy tails. Despite their unique color, however, they are still gray squirrels. They seem to occur more often in northern climates, and a project looks at them in the U.K.
Algae blooms are expected to devastate lakes in the next decades, as a direct result of climate change and warming waters. This could be potentially devastating for local ecosystems and those that depend on these freshwater reservoirs.
Paleontologists from the University of Michigan recently excavated almost 20 percent of a complete woolly mammoth skeleton from a local wheat field. The discovery was made by farmer and landowner who was digging to install a drainage pipe.
Fragmented habitat and the fear of humans are the threats against the Massasauga rattlesnake, which the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently proposed as a Threatened Species under the Endangered Species Act.
Two agencies are seeking federal protection status for moose in the North Woods of the Midwest.
There are only three wolves left in Michigan's Isle Royale National Park, making scientists concerned for the survival of this lone group, new research finds.