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The technicians who maintain the nation's air traffic system warn the ongoing partial federal government shutdown is affecting air safety. A weekend offer... [Read More]
Two months before his famous speech at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led marchers down Woodward Ave. in... [Read More]
Over the weekend, parts of Michigan recorded temperatures well below zero. The bitter cold temps come as many Michiganders are struggling to get help from... [Read More]
This week, a state Senate committee will take up legislation to put limits on police seizures of private property. Under current law, police agencies in... [Read More]
At a meeting in Port Huron yesterday, targets of law enforcement drug task forces said those officers are abusing their power in Michigan. Speaker after... [Read More]
In Flint Monday, a judge will hear arguments over dismissing a lawsuit concerning police car chases. In 2014, a state police trooper tried to conduct... [Read More]
It will soon be up to a Genesee County judge to decide if a lawsuit challenging the Michigan State Police chase policy will go to... [Read More]
Michigan State Police troopers faced a barrage of criticism during a community meeting in Flint today. Much of the complaints centered on recent fatal auto... [Read More]
As Michigan voters consider whether to legalize recreational marijuana, law enforcement agencies are assessing how to respond if the measure passes in... [Read More]
There are plans to turn a run-down Lansing golf course into a $100 million mixed used development. The rough on the old Waverly golf course... [Read More]
A former city-owned golf course will soon be for sale in Lansing. Lansing closed the Waverly golf course in 2007. Since then the grass has... [Read More]
A decision by the U.S. Supreme Court this week will likely have little effect on campaign spending in this fall's election in Michigan. The high... [Read More]
A defense lawyer wants a mental health evaluation for the man accused of carrying out a terrorist attack at Flint's airport last year. [Read More]
In November, Michigan voters will decide if they want to legalize recreational marijuana. Supporters say the industry that develops should be an economic... [Read More]
Absentee ballots will start arriving in Michigan mailboxes in the next few weeks. One county clerk is predicting confusion. Genesee County Clerk John... [Read More]
One analyst says Michigan and other parts of the county are turning from seller's to buyer's markets. Daren Blomquist with Attom Data Solutions says... [Read More]
Michigan's entrepreneurs are seeing dollar signs with the state's vote in November to legalize recreational marijuana. But many out-of-state interests are... [Read More]
The Environmental Protection Agency has approved a plan that will allow the city of Flint to spend millions of dollars to replace thousands of water... [Read More]
Hundreds of Michigan Medicine nurses rallied outside the Ann Arbor hospital complex today. Wearing red shirts, waving signs and chanting "Union busting,... [Read More]
Nearly six thousand nurses at the University of Michigan are voting on a possible work stoppage. The nurses' union contract with the university health... [Read More]