The two people who drowned in Lake Superior offshore from Park Point in Duluth on Thursday were remembered Friday as a "vivacious" girl and her devoted father. Lillian Elizabeth Fuglie, 10, of Hudson, Wis., and her 38-year-old father, Ryan Paul Fuglie of Osceola, Wis., were unable to be resuscitated after being pulled from the lake after a lengthy search in challenging conditions on Thursday evening; they had been reported missing by Lillian's 12-year-old sister. The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office publicly identified the victims on Friday.
Enbridge Energy Partners L.P. will pay $1.1 million to settle a lawsuit filed against it by the Wisconsin attorney general's office. At issue were environmental violations arising from the company's construction of a pipeline stretching from Superior to Whitewater in southeastern Wisconsin in 2007 and 2008. The lawsuit alleged that Enbridge violated numerous permits during the pipeline project, resulting in impacts to wetlands and navigable waterways.