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Beginning Friday, victims of a former Michigan State University doctor convicted of sexually assaulting young gymnasts can begin accessing help through a fund set up... [Read More]
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State lawmakers passed a bill today that would make it harder for school districts to prevent former school buildings from being used for new education... [Read More]
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One of the Flint residents to first sound the alarm about the city's water problems testified today that state environmental officials refused to listen. [Read More]
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Flint is edging closer to getting out from under state oversight. Gov. Rick Snyder put the city of Flint under receivership in 2011 due to... [Read More]
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The Michigan Court of Appeals is weighing legal arguments which may determine if a class action lawsuit against the state concerning the Flint water crisis... [Read More]
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The government's chief prosecutor in the Flint water crisis criminal case suggests top officials pressured state employees to switch Flint's water source... [Read More]
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It's been two years since Governor Rick Snyder followed the lead of local officials and declared a state of emergency in Flint. Officials say progress... [Read More]
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Michiganders are buying Powerball and Mega Millions lottery tickets this week in hopes of winning their share of roughly a billion dollars in prize money. [Read More]
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The head of Flint's public schools says he wants the state to agree to a comprehensive plan to monitor water in district schools. Flint school... [Read More]
Later this month, a new report detailing how much it costs to educate students in Michigan will be released. Nearly a year ago, the governor's... [Read More]
The Flint water crisis criminal process is set to resume after taking a break for the holidays. State health department director Nick Lyon is due... [Read More]
Lansing has a new mayor. Andy Schor took his oath of office at noon today. He's the capitol city's first new mayor in a dozen... [Read More]
Michigan home builders expect demand to drive more home construction in 2018. The Home Builders Association of Michigan predicts a one percent increase in... [Read More]
Monday, the city of Lansing will swear in its first new mayor in a dozen years. Former State Rep. Andy Schor will take his oath... [Read More]
"Fake news" is real news today. President Donald Trump's favorite way of describing news reports he doesn't like tops this year's list of banned words... [Read More]
Michigan's minimum wage is set to rise on New Year's Day. The state's minimum wage will increase from $8.90 to $9.25. The rate is slightly... [Read More]
Flint's mayor says city employees are focused first and foremost on replacing lead water pipes but are also working to provide status reports required... [Read More]
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit claim the city of Flint is not abiding by the terms of an agreement that opened the door to nearly $100... [Read More]
Wildlife specialists will soon be in the woods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, tracking wolves. The Department of Natural Resources last conducted a wolf... [Read More]
A new study may ease some of the concern among Flint parents about the future of their children exposed to high levels of lead in... [Read More]
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