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36 min ago | Detroit News
Michigan's reviving economy is attracting the interest of investors, including many from foreign countries.
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2 hrs ago | WHTC
Primary elections in Michigan are now less than two weeks away. Retired Spring Lake businessman Dean Vanderstelt filed to run as a Democrat.
4 hrs ago | MLive.com
An 18-year-old from Grain Valley, Mo., Loszewski spent three and a half years fighting acute lmyphoblastic leukemia , and in June he was able to go through an experience he had hoped to have before it was taken away by his disease.
4 hrs ago | Maize N Brew
The University of Michigan football program was recently featured on ESPN's "My Wish" series giving Stephen Loszewski a day to remember.
4 hrs ago | WJRT
Four Michigan farms will produce electricity for Consumers Energy. Consumers announced the plan on Tuesday as part of an effort to diversity the use of renewable energy.
6 hrs ago | MLive.com
A Michigan group that regularly provides motorcycle escorts at funerals for military personnel who have died in the line of duty and attempts to shield mourners from funeral protesters will be forced to change its name as part of a settlement in a federal lawsuit.
7 hrs ago | Maize N Brew
Maize n Brew's Football Editor, Joshua Henschke, appeared on The Michigan Man Podcast with host Mike Fitzpatrick to discuss Michigan's upcoming season.
10 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
A 22-year-old Michigan man has pleaded no contest to charges he killed one man and wounded three others in a shooting spree.
10 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
The Michigan Department of Education is holding a public hearing from 9 a.m. to noon July 30. The department also has established a two-week public comment period in which residents can share their thoughts via regular mail, email, fax and through an online survey.
11 hrs ago | WSJM-AM Saint Joseph
More than 700,000 Michiganders use their services, but community health centers across the state and nationwide are peering over the edge of a funding cliff, and there is concern for their future.
11 hrs ago | Michigan Radio
More than 237,000 of the 272,000 Michiganders who signed up for Obamacare selected a plan through the marketplace with federal financial assistance.
12 hrs ago | Lansing State Journal
A federal appeals court dealt a potentially major blow to President Obama's health care law Tuesday, ruling that participants in health exchanges run by the federal government in 34 states - including Michigan -- are not eligible for tax subsidies.
13 hrs ago | NewsCenter 25
A federal appeals court has delivered a serious setback to President Barack Obama's health care law, potentially derailing subsidies for many low- and middle-income people who have bought policies.
14 hrs ago | MLive.com
As the temperature creeps close to 90 degrees on Tuesday, July 22, West Michigan residents might find it particularly tough to handle the heat.
15 hrs ago | MLive.com
A small-town police department with a large force of reserve officers in Saginaw County is under scrutiny by the state of Michigan.
15 hrs ago | Examiner.com
From July 19th to the 22nd, nearly 10 inches of rain fell across Upper Michigan and Northwest Wisconsin.
16 hrs ago | ClickOnDetroit
"They're really good crawlers, and they're really stealthy. It's amazing how they can get into some places that you didn't even think that they could get to," said Michelle Rosen from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
A 23-year-old Michigan man, whose own attorney said he was "deranged," could spend up to 40 years in prison for beating his 2-year-old daughter to death in an attempt to "toughen her up" and "make her gay" so she would avoid men like him.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 09:31 pm
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