DNR: Keep an eye out for blue-green algae in Indiana lakes, streams
NORTH LIBERTY, Ind. -- Indiana's DNR is warning people To keep an eye out for blue-green algae.
Algae is common in lakes and streams, But this blue-green type can make you sick. It can lead to rashes, eye irritation and even stomach aches.
There's a high level of it at Worster Lake at Potato Creek State Park.
If you come in contact with it, wash it off with lots of soap and water.