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The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is charged with keeping enough money in its fund to pay for future care for the most seriously injured car... [Read More]
A pair of guests will have the chance to stay in the Sanderson Sisters' cottage. They'll also get to visit haunted sites in Salem, view... [Read More]
A free market think tank will appeal a federal judge's decision to dismiss its claim that a 1970 amendment to the Michigan Constitution discriminates against... [Read More]
The tax cut was part of a package of unfunded cuts unveiled only days ago that sent the pound to record lows and was widely... [Read More]
Tradition and modernity coexist peacefully within Son Rompe Pera, where punk collides with the cumbia the band grew up playing. [Read More]
Elizabeth McCracken promised her mom she'd never write about her. But this work of fiction strives to conjure her up in order to prevent her... [Read More]
The fate of affirmative action programs in college admissions, redistricting, and elections are in the hands of the justices as the U.S. Supreme Court begins... [Read More]
Residents can cast their votes for a list of ideas for how to spend the money across the city's three wards. [Read More]
Joseph Morrison, Pete Musico and Paul Bellar are facing state charges, including providing material support for terrorist acts. [Read More]
The ten-foot-wide pipe that distributes finished drinking water from Lake Huron to some communities in Oakland, Macomb, and Lapeer counties broke on August 13. The... [Read More]
As the state Legislature goes on its second break since July, lawmakers are working to get changes to the Michigan Reconnect program passed. [Read More]
The former president also took time to praise January 6 rioters, criticize the FBI raid on his Florida home and slam President Joe Biden's handling... [Read More]
Forget what F. Scott Fitzgerald said about American lives and second acts, Gibbs is on his third or fourth. $$$ is a rewarding listen that... [Read More]
The Mackinac Bridge Authority is urging passage of SB 5313, making trespassing on the bridge a felony. The authority is opposing two bills that would... [Read More]
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: Lizzo playing James Madison's flute, Usher's... [Read More]
The city celebrated two milestones in its $45 million Renew Detroit home repair program on Friday. [Read More]
The new office will prioritize environmental justice and the cumulative impacts of pollution. [Read More]
Stories about mermaids aren't exclusive to Western fairytales. Long before Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid" was published in 1837, there were Black mermaids in... [Read More]
Detroit's police officer unions and city leadership have reached a tentative contract agreement. It includes a $10,000 pay increase for officers coming out of the... [Read More]
The Russian president signed what he calls "accession treaties" that world powers refuse to recognize. It's his latest attempt to redraw the map of Europe... [Read More]
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