In this morning's headlines: - 40 wind chill, Asian carp, Lansing utility to discuss ice storm
It's going to be another cold one
Wind chills could reach 26 below zero in West Michigan, 32 below in mid Michigan, and 40 below in Southeast Michigan today. Gov. Rick Snyder is asking people to stay home during the cold snap.
New report offers plans to fight Asian carp
"The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released a report years in the making that offers eight plans for preventing Asian carp and other species from migrating between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi basin. Some options involve placing physical barriers in the waterways to separate the watersheds. Other potential steps include use of locks, electric barriers and water treatment to remove invasive species," the Associated Press reports.
Lansing utility scheduled to meet about ice storm that left thousands without power for days
The Lansing Board of Water and Light is scheduled to meet tonight regarding the ice storm that left 40% of its customers without power for more than a week. The utility's general manager, J. Peter Lark, has apologized for going to New York City on vacation when the power went out.