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One of the offenders was Larry Nassar, the now infamous former Michigan State University doctor imprisoned after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting patients. [Read More]
Former MSU President Lou Anna Simon resigned Jan. 24 amid criticism over her handling of the Larry Nassar scandal. [Read More]
The only major loss to civil servants in the 2019 budget, which takes effect Oct. 1, is nearly $40 million from the closure of two... [Read More]
Inadequate legal defense is a contributing factor to about half of the state's overturned convictions. [Read More]
State Sen. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge, has had more bills signed into law than any lawmaker he's served with, and now he's term-limited out of... [Read More]
Gov. Rick Snyder's former state fire marshal said the administration stymied efforts to fix a 40-year-old problem. [Read More]
Insurance experts told the State Journal it's likely the university's liability insurance will cover much of the $500 million payout. And going forward, insurers will... [Read More]
Michigan's political party leaders said they're seeing increased interest in two Michigan State University board seats up for election this fall.        ... [Read More]
The automotive factory whose explosion has temporarily cratered production of the Ford F-150 pickup truck had a history of recent safety violations, according to public... [Read More]
Michigan State University's in-house auditors repeatedly warned about lax financial oversight procedures in the university's sports department.        ... [Read More]
Jonathan Sacks and Loren Khogali have lived their lives steeped deeply in social justice. [Read More]
Two people were injured and more than 100 evacuated from an auto parts plant in Eaton Rapids early Wednesday after a fire and a series... [Read More]
Occupational safety inspectors have recorded seven safety violations — three of them serious — since 2014 at the Meridian Magnesium Products plant. [Read More]
Tuesday's filing deadline revealed a crowded race for state House and Senate seats in the Lansing region. [Read More]
The Michigan Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on whether pay cuts in the Michigan Department of Corrections were properly handled. [Read More]
On Tuesday, special prosecutor William Forsyth's investigation obtained a warrant for Strampel on four charges. [Read More]
The Michigan Department of Health & Human Services supervisor who was on-call when arrested for drunk driving has quit her state job. [Read More]
According to Friday's audit report, 862 of more than 29,000 Michigan fires in 2017 were at places of public assemblage. [Read More]
The state fire marshal was warned for the eighth time since 1979 that he needs to track inspections of classrooms, theaters and other places. [Read More]
A Michigan Children's Protective Services supervisor was on-call when she was charged this week with drunk driving and assaulting an officer. [Read More]
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