The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is giving residents a better view of bacteria levels, in surrounding Michigan waters. The Associated Press reports that a new interactive mapping tool will provide up-to-date information about E.coli levels in rivers, lakes and beaches. Testing so far has shown that E.coli levels are above established standards in 196 locations around the state. Michigan is currently working on a strategy to deal with the threat, and lower bacteria levels.

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