EGLE Sues Michigan Village Over Its Attempt To Rebuild Failed DamA state agency is suing a southwestern Michigan village, accusing local officials of not obtaining necessary permits when they attempted to rebuild a 171-year-old dam that failed more than a decade ago.
Whitmer Releases Plan Draft For Achieving Carbon Neutrality In MichiganMichigan will build clean energy infrastructure and invest in green programs over the next 30 years with the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050 to confront climate change, a draft of a state plan says.
Former Michigan EGLE Employee Sentenced For EmbezzlementAccording to the Michigan Attorney General's office, Joseph Pettit pleaded guilty in September to two counts of embezzlement over $100,000 and one count of uttering and publishing.
State Officials Say Service Line Replacement Work In Benton Harbor To Begin Next WeekResidents can expect to see construction within the city as Meeks Contracting Services begin to replace lines funded by a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant.
Michigan Launches Webpage On Air Quality At Stellantis FacilitiesThe Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) announced it has created a webpage that focuses on air quality-related activities at Stellantis facilities.
Panel To Advise State On Reducing Lead In Drinking WaterA panel of experts is being assembled to advise Michigan officials on how to reduce lead in drinking water.
Former EGLE Employee Pleads Guilty To EmbezzlementA former employee of the Environment Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) pleaded guilty to embezzling from the state. 
10 Beaches In Michigan Closed Due To High Bacteria LevelsThe Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy has closed 10 beaches across Michigan due to high bacteria levels. 
EGLE: Drinking Water Not Contaminated By 'Green Ooze' On I-696A mixture of three chemicals caused an emergency investigation by the environmental protection agency in Madison Heights.