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3 hrs ago | The Eastern Echo
A panel consisting of Michigan's first female Chief Deputy Attorney General Carol Isaacs, Assistant Attorney General Kelly Carter and Attorney General Crime Victims' Advocate John Lazet discussed the issue of human trafficking in the state of Michigan.
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4 hrs ago | MLive.com
Michigan's Republican-led House on Tuesday signed off on legislation that could require community service for some welfare recipients.
5 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Kip Webber of Army, Stanford's Chris Turner, and Penn State star Adrian Evans are among the finalists for the Nissen-Emery Award, the highest honor in college gymnastics.
10 hrs ago | WILX-TV Lansing
The bill would streamline regulations for ending land line service after 2016 and require the state to maintain a public database of providers of land line services.
12 hrs ago | Patch.com
A law requiring Michigan women to purchase a rider if they expect their private health insurance to cover abortion services takes effect Thursday.
16 hrs ago | ClickOnDetroit
The Michigan Department of Corrections has fined its prison food vendor $98,000 for a number of violations, including employees having improper contact with inmates.
16 hrs ago | Washington Examiner
Once the measure takes effect Thursday, it will apply to new or renewed health plans.
18 hrs ago | Detroit News
Drivers fight winter conditions during Wednesday's morning commute on I-94 in Harper Woods.
19 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Flooding , warm weather and a rare March tornado top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Officials plan to reveal what they are calling a "major" announcement related to the Western Michigan University School of Medicine.
The fate of a pair of bills easing Michigan's medical marijuana law still is uncertain after 90 minutes of testimony Tuesday from both supporters and opponents of the legislation.
Almost a year after Grand Rapids was slammed by major flooding, the Red Cross is rallying West Michigan aid groups in case this spring's snowmelt leads to another big flood.
We've all kept rather busy this winter tracking the seemingly never-ending snowfall.
Federal authorities say a woman wanted for murder in Michigan has been apprehended in Dallas after she used her car to ram law enforcement vehicles pursuing her.
Kayrouz, who is the president of the Law Offices of Joumana Kayrouz PLLC, sent a letter last September to every member of the Michigan Legislature urging them to vote to approve the new laws, which restricts attorneys from hounding victims of accidents and other injuries.
Olympic gold medalist ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White have visited Lansing to be honored by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Those under the age of 16 in Michigan would be prohibited from getting a tattoo or piercing without signed parental consent, under a measure before a State Senate committee.
For Kent Love-Ramirez, pulling up stakes from Michigan was both difficult and necessary.