Paving A Path To The U.P.
Funding has been secured for 30 different projects, on a trail that leads up to the U.P.
Disaster Relief For Flood Victims
Governor Snyder is looking for relief at the national level, for flood victims in the state.
Detroit Store Owner Pleads To $2 Million, Government IOU
A Detroit store owner has entered a guilty plea, for stealing nearly $2 million from a government food program, for mothers and children. According to the Associated Press, Haidar Aoun admits that he paid cash to people in exchange for more lucrative wipes of their electronic debit style cards...
New Measures For Michigan, Mid-Term Elections
New measures to bolster security for Michigan’s 2018 elections have been announced, but experts say they don’t go far enough.
DNR Officials Investigate Bald Eagle Death
Michigan authorities are looking into the death of a bald eagle in west Michigan.
Body of Kayaker Identified
Lansing authorities have identified a body that was recovered from the Grand River.
Trust Building Between Black Teens And Police
A fraternity in Detroit is making an effort to build trust between black teens and law enforcement.
High School Freshman Inspires Decades Long Apology
An East Lansing High School Freshman and basketball player has inspired the city of East Lansing to apologize for decades of racism.
Organ Donations Up During State’s Opioid Crisis
The organs from overdose victims have helped fuel a recent increase in organ donations, in the state, mirroring national trends.
Twenty Six Years And $1 Million Tied Up In Unlawful Prisonment
A Michigan man who spent twenty six years in prison for the deaths of his wife and two daughters is looking to move forward.