Great Lakes increasingly threatened due to pollution from plastics
WTIP's Bob Carter spoke recently with Dr. Lorena M. Rios Mendoza, a scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, about her research into pollution by plastic particles in the Great Lakes. The particles not only affect water quality, they present dangers to fish and birds who ingest them.
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Duluth News-Tribune's Sam Cook checks in on our long winter, what's in store for spring
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First aired on WTIP's The Roadhouse Apr. 26, 2013.
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