A Charitable Gift of Gold
An anonymous donor in suburban Detroit has dropped more than $6,000 into a Salvation Army kettle.
Grand Rapids Police, Grabbing More Guns
Police in Grand Rapids have been busy this year, gathering up guns.
Money Back In Unemployed Pockets
Governor Snyder is working lawmakers to compensate thousands of Michigan residents who were exonerated of fraudulently collecting unemployment benefits.
Part-Time Legislature Ballot Initiative
A group pushing to make Michigan’s Legislature meet part-time, are looking for more signatures.
Santa Spreads Holiday Cheer At Flint Hospital
Santa Claus made a special visit to a Michigan hospital, last week.
Emmett Township DPS Looking For Armed Suspect
Emmett Township police are looking for the man responsible for an armed robbery, Saturday morning, at Sherwin-Williams.
New, Temporary Rules For Medical Marijuana
Temporary rules have come done from Governor Snyder’s office, to regulate medical marijuana, in the two weeks before the medical marijuana licensing system begins.
Bringing Down The Dome
Efforts to bring down the Pontiac Silverdome have failed .
Cyber Crime Cost: $230,000
A man who cost Washtenaw County more than $230,000 has plead guilty in federal court.
Efforts To Clean Up Toxic Pollution Fall Short
Progress reports shows US and Canada still have a ways to go, cleaning up pollution.