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I had breakfast the other day with Marti Robinson, who was a highly respected trial attorney in Detroit before President Obama appointed her to the... [Read More]
Michigan Republicans have packed their bags - and their hangovers - and returned home after a weekend of politics and partying on Mackinac Island. There... [Read More]
A new plan by state lawmakers to bring down Michigan's expensive auto insurance rates is in the works. A rollout of the plan is expected... [Read More]
A day-long summit taking place today at Eastern Michigan University will focus on ending campus sexual assault statewide. The third-annual "Inform, Empower, Prevent: Let's End... [Read More]
Using one of the lowest-tech tools – shovels – officials broke ground today on what will someday be one of the most advanced centers for... [Read More]
Many homes that go into tax foreclosure in Detroit are owned by landlords. The renters are often booted out once the homes are sold at... [Read More]
Michigan State University's yet-to-be completed massive physics research facility is about to achieve an important milestone. In the next three to four weeks, M-S-U's Facility... [Read More]
The U.S. Senate takes up a bill to replace the Affordable Care Act this week. Under the bill, states would assume greater control over health... [Read More]
Governor Rick Snyder says the ongoing Flint criminal cases are dragging on too long, and it's affecting the ability of the state to recruit and... [Read More]
A historic Catholic church in southwest Detroit has become the latest focal point in neighborhood battles between the company that owns the Ambassador... [Read More]
Gov. Rick Snyder this week signed off on legislation that expands campaign donation limits for certain types of donors. Moreover, the "Citizens United" [Read More]
Heard about America's new parlor game? Global corporations are playing regions and taxpayers off one another to land the richest deal. And Michigan is in... [Read More]
Art is supposed to have a message – at least that's what several folks attending the annual Grand Rapids ArtPrize festival are saying. The ninth... [Read More]
A stretch of the Maumee River that runs through Toledo, Ohio has turned vivid green thanks to a bloom of cyanobacteria. The Toledo-Lucas County Health... [Read More]
Today on Stateside , Senator Gary Peters calls the latest ACA repeal attempt "worse than the last," and we hear why Flint charges against the... [Read More]
An infectious disease expert says the public should have been alerted to a Legionnaires' disease outbreak in Genesee County sooner. At least a dozen people... [Read More]
This week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested ten workers at a farm labor camp near Hart, Michigan. The undocumented immigrants were harvesting crops at... [Read More]
While the politicians argue about it, the U.S. Department of Defense is trying to prepare for the effects of climate change. The Pentagon sees it... [Read More]
This week the Michigan Civil Service Commission unilaterally restricted state labor union workers' rights. Emily Lawler for MLive reports : "The rule changes prohibit some... [Read More]
The Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled against plaintiffs in a discrimination lawsuit against Wayne County over tax foreclosures. The ACLU filed the... [Read More]