State officials say tests show no Asian carp DNA has been found in Michigan waters.
The Obama administration's point man on the Asian carp threat says the government is moving as fast as possible to keep the unwanted fish out of the Great
The Obama administration's point man in the fight to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes is giving Michigan residents an opportunity to sound off on the
Michigan's new attorney general says he will continue the legal fight to try and stop the Asian carp from entering the Great Lakes.
Scientists have made their case in a newly published article that says at least some of the dreaded invaders have gotten beyond an electric barrier meant to
Federal officials promised a stepped-up fight Thursday to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes by better tracking their movements, blocking potential
President Barack Obama has signed into law a ban on bringing bighead carp into the U.S. They are among two Asian carp species threatening to infest the Great
A federal judge Thursday turned down a plea from five states to order the immediate closure of shipping locks on Chicago-area waterways to prevent Asian carp
The U.S. Senate has approved legislation that sponsors say aims to fight the spread of Asian carp into the Great Lakes.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a plan Tuesday to study how to prevent invasive species -- including the voracious Asian carp -- from migrating
The reliability of DNA testing suggesting Asian carp may already be in waterways near Lake Michigan was the focus of final arguments Monday in a lawsuit
Canadian and U.S. scientists announced Tuesday the launch of a joint study that will look at the likelihood that Asian carp will spread across the Great Lakes
The Obama administration says a third electric barrier to keep Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes should be finished next month.
A federal judge has set Sept. 7 as the next hearing in a multistate lawsuit demanding tougher action to prevent Asian carp from overrunning the Great Lakes.
A hearing has been set in a multistate lawsuit that demands tougher federal and municipal action to prevent Asian carp from overrunning the Great Lakes and
An Indiana fisherman exploring the Wabash River earlier this month encountered hundreds of Asian carp leaping out of the water, proof that the voracious fish
A 3-foot-long Asian carp discovered in a Chicago waterway near Lake Michigan appears to have spent most of its life there and may have been planted by humans
Ask angler Jason McPherson about invasive species and he'll give you a quick answer. But it won't be about Asian carp.
Five states are suing the federal government and Chicago's water department in federal court, demanding stronger action to keep Asian carp out of the Great
James Clark, a senior aquatist at Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, talks about the fish that could threaten the Great Lakes by starving out native species.