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Author Jerome Pohlen, who lives in Chicago, made numerous road trips into the Mitten State to complete the book, now available from the Chicago Review Press .
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Officials involved in construction of a massive water pipeline to serve parts of Michigan, including Flint, are keeping a small endangered mussel in mind as they prepare for work.
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We have a Consumer Alert to pass along about a security breach at Michaels stores.
In this Feb. 10, 2006, file photo, provided by Michigan Technological University, a pack of gray wolves is shown on Isle Royale National Park in northern Michigan.
Customers and employees were ordered to lay on the floor by a trio of suspects who, armed with semi-automatic handguns and a hammer, held up the tony Tapper's Diamonds and Fine Jewelry in West Bloomfield late Tuesday afternoon.
Scientists have found evidence it diminishes their intelligence, causes behavioral problems, even increases the likelihood they'll end up in prison.
The Republican governor says House Speaker Jase Bolger's request isn't on his list of conditions for the state to contribute $350 million to pensions and prevent the sale of city-owned art.
Forensic scientist Erica Anderson extracts and isolates DNA from a crime scene sample in 2011.
A blinding blizzard , a tornado and record temperatures top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Term limits have prompted contested GOP primaries in some right-leaning Michigan House and Senate districts, while Republicans also have lined up for the chance to challenge a Democratic incumbent in perhaps the area's most balanced district.
A convicted murderer who escaped from a Michigan prison in February faces a court hearing Wednesday on escape, carjacking and kidnapping charges.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a Michigan law banning the use of racial criteria in college admissions, a key decision in an unfolding legal and political battle nationally over affirmative action.
The justices said in a 6-2 ruling that Michigan voters had the right to change their state constitution in 2006 to prohibit public colleges and universities from taking account of race in admissions decisions.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, left, standing with Jennifer Gratz, Chief Executive Officer of XIV Foundation, speaks to reporters after arguing their case before the Supreme Court in Washington on Oct. 15, 2013.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld Michigan's ban on affirmative action in college admissions, delivering in its divided opinion a blow to the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where dwindling minority enrollment has come under fire.
And at the Governor's Quarters Pub and Grill, located in the basement of Arbeitoer Hall in a West Side Bay City neighborhood known for its single family homes, that's exactly what you'll find.