This holiday season two very different religious beliefs will be on display at the state capitol in Lansing.
Inquires at Lake Superior State from Wisconsin students are up more than 20 percent this fall. Read more
Detroit media have given favorable reviews of the new hockey stadium planned along Woodward Ave. It’s a $650 million project. More than half, 58%, is coming from taxpayers. It’s expected to create thousands of jobs.
Last Thursday at City Council, Ilitch family business representatives asked for a zoning change that could allow them to demolish two historic buildings 100 feet from where the arena will go.
Michigan Now’s Chris McCarus heard from people who want to stop the Ilitch’s and save the buildings
That’s according to a new poll from the Sierra Club which shows widespread support for those efforts.
State House Democrats are once again calling for repealing Michigan’s tax on pensions.
The 2011 tax code rewrite means some retirees are paying taxes on previously untaxed pension income.
An early August performance marked the culmination of a project funded by the Mackinac Island Community Foundation. Read more
It’s been 50 years since the Civil Rights Act was passed by Congress and signed by President Lyndon Johnson. And while Michigan has a legacy as a frontrunner in the fight for equal rights, state officials say there are still areas and issues that need to be addressed.
59 teams of students from 13 countries around the world are competing to show just what their underwater robots can do.
The competition is in two levels with the Ranger class made up of High School age teams and College-level students in the Explorer class.
WCMU’s David Nicholas is on scene and will be sending us information periodically, but in the mean time the Marine Tech website has a live feed at this link:
ON THE WEB:
ROV Live Feed http://www.marinetech.org/live-videostream/
A group of US and Canadian citizens is calling for the immediate replacement of an oil and gas pipeline running under the Straits of Mackinac.
Michigan voters will have a chance to drive the final nail into the coffin of the state’s old Personal Property tax.