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Disc golf -- a sport that could be described as not your father's golf, but your father might want to play it -- is catching on all over the country, and West Michigan is a prime example.
Today is Women's Equality Day, a day to commemorate the passage of the 19th Amendment.
Two state legislators are drawing up legislation designed to halt Michigan from importing typically low-level radioactive wastes for burial in the state's landfills.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation 's Michigan Strategic Fund Board today approved a series of projects that aim to bring more housing to the heart of Detroit.
Teachers in Saginaw's public school district have agreed to take an additional 6 percent rollback in pay for the next two years.
Sheriff's deputies in Kent County have released the identity of the bicyclist hit by an alleged drunk driver in Ada Township on Wednesday, July 9. Fifty-two-year-old Jeff Dykehouse, a Grand Rapids resident, was struck and killed between Three Mile Road and Four Mile Road in the 3200 block of Egypt Valley Avenue NE.
The Michigan Democratic Party ended their two-day convention in Lansing on a high note after a first day that evoked one of Will Rogers' best remembered sayings about politics; he was not a member of any organized political party, he was a Democrat.
This summer has been cooler than normal, and is helping us get back some of the money spent for last winter's heating bill.
Wes Nakagiri, whose tea party bid to unseat Lt. Gov. Brian Calley was soundly defeated at Saturday's Republican convention, said today he hasn't decided whether he will cast a ballot for Gov. Rick Snyder in November and isn't sure how many of his supporters will do so.
The Fort Custer Training Center in Battle Creek is one of four sites under consideration as the home for an intercontinental missile defense system.'
A history of allegedly allowing two aggressive 100-pound dogs to run loose resulted in second-degree murder charges for a Michigan couple after a jogger reportedly was killed by the dogs last month.
Organized labor and pro-business groups are waging an intense lobbying campaign directed at school teachers who are deciding this month whether to remain in their union, in the first real test of the state's new right-to-work law.
Michigan schools will be a little safer for kids who don't know they have a life-threatening allergy this coming school year, thanks to new laws requiring every public school to have devices on hand - and staff trained to use them - that could save the life of someone having an allergic reaction.
But for a group of more than 30 people biking from Ludington to Port Huron in five days, the trip was about so much more - and it included one night of rest at Albright Camp in Hersey.
Police say the truck drove off and they are looking for an old series red F150 pick up with a square body style.
It lacked most of the drama, tension and numbers of the Republican convention held on Saturday, but Democrats gathered in Lansing on Sunday to officially nominate their statewide candidates and chart the course toward victory in November.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 04:47 am
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