While the country was focused on the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico this summer, there was another oil spill in Michigan, the biggest ever in the Midwest. Fish died. Birds were covered in oil. And it left residents worried about their own health.
Now, they're complaining about some questionable tactics by the company that owns the leaky oil pipe.
Historic Marshall, Mich., has long been known as a fountain of old world charm. But now, as CBS News chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports, it's now stuck in a river of trouble.Read the full post.