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Despite Delays and Billions in Overruns, Olmsted Locks and Dam Project Rolls On

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Ohio River project is departure for funds-starved U.S. water…

Infographic: Toxic Algae in Ohio Drinking Water Sources

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Algae toxins have been found in seven lakes, reservoirs, and rivers that supply drinking water to 1 million people.

Seven Ohio Drinking Water Sources Don't Meet State Water Quality Standards for Toxic Algae

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Lack of testing requirements inhibits more thorough review of…

Toledo Issues Emergency 'Do Not Drink Water' Warning to Residents

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Algae toxins poison Lake Erie; 400,000 people without water. Photo…

Big Toxic Algal Bloom Again in Forecast for Lake Erie

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Lake continues trend of harmful and unsightly effect of nutrient…

Erin Huber

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Erin Huber grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, near the Great Lakes,…

2012 Election Results: U.S. Voters Favor Water

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Yesterday, American voters in many states and cities around the nation supported hundreds of millions of dollars in water infrastructure investment.

Hurricane Sandy Has an Ohio Wastewater Utility Operating Above Capacity

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The megastorm's effects reach far, far inland. Hurricane Sandy--after…

Clean Water Act Turns 40 (Part II): A Harvest of Clean Water Exemptions on the Farm

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The U.S. farm sector, more productive and richer than ever, is a major water polluter.

Voices from the Past: Nixon, Congress Debate the Clean Water Act

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Four decades ago, national leaders talked about our duty and…

No Clear Path for Energy Policy in Great Lakes States

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Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania governments struggle with climate change, budgets, and changing markets.

Study: 80 Percent of U.S. Electricity from Renewables Is Technically Feasible, But Faces Significant Barriers

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A massive U.S. government study shows what an electrical grid powered largely by renewable sources looks like, but not the path to get there.