Efforts To Clean Up Toxic Pollution Fall Short
Progress reports shows US and Canada still have a ways to go, cleaning up pollution.
Michigan and Enbridge Come To Terms
Environmental groups are taking issue with a recent agreement between the state of Michigan and Canadian pipeline company, Enbridge, Inc.
Read All About It, Holiday Charity
Members of Old Newsboys’ Goodfellow Fund of Detroit begin their annual campaign, this week, to raise money toward holiday gifts for children.
Crime Spree For Bail Ends In More Jail Time
A Jackson man says that he robbed three different pharmacies in under an hour, as part of an effort to bail his sister out of jail.
EPA In Ann Arbor Asks: What’s On Tap?
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and the Environmental Protection Agency are working together to keep track of a toxic plume in southeast Michigan.
The Great Medical Debate
A township in southwestern Michigan may be changing its mind, on allowing medical marijuana businesses.
Not In Our School
A western Michigan school teacher will no longer be leading faith-based discussions with elementary students.
More Real Estate For Michigan Highway
A busy Michigan highway will soon be getting more space.
Calendar Models In East Lansing Retirement Community
Residents in a Michigan retirement community are modeling for a 2018 calendar.
D.N.R. Confusion Leads To Death In Ann Arbor Hospital
One man dies in Ann Arbor VA Hospital, following a mistaken D.N.R. request.