Historic Trees Coming Down In Washtenaw County
Officials in Washtenaw County will soon be cutting down trees because too many drivers are crashing into them.
MSU Grant To Help Michigan, Latino Farmers
Michigan State University is reaching out to help Latino fruit growers in the state.
Detroit Lawyer Disbarred
A Detroit-area lawyer is out of a job, following reports that he forged another attorney’s signature on documents filed at the Michigan appeals court.
Home Heating Savings
The state of Michigan is busy, processing home heating credit applications for the 2017 tax year.
Human Remains, Tested and Cleared
Officials in Montana say the remains of three children, found last September were not those of three Michigan brothers.
Restitution Sentencing In Fiat Chrysler Case
The wife of a late union official has pleaded guilty in a federal corruption investigation, in spite of protests from her lawyer.
A meteorite collector, from Arizona, has found success in Michigan.
NBA Stays In Vegas
Every single NBA team is headed to Las Vegas, this summer.
Oil Continues To Flow Through Great Lakes Waterway
Governor Rick Snyder has cited the need for propane, for winter heating, in his refusal to halt the flow of crude oil through pipelines in a Great Lakes waterway.
Enbridge Line 5, Underwater
Enbridge Energy is nearly ready to begin replacing a pipeline that runs under an eastern Michigan river.