A lawsuit has been filed against a Florida business for allegedly running scams against Michigan businesses.
Michigan cities and counties could soon face big increases in telecommunications costs.
Governor Rick Snyder is on his fifth official trade mission to China.
He’s hoping to forge better relationships with Chinese manufacturers.
Sault Ste Marie, Ontario is a big city, more than 75 thousand people live there. But in all the hustle and bustle of big city life, the city manages to create pockets with a small town community feel.
One of those pockets is the Mill Market farmers market.
The MacArthur Lock at Sault Ste Marie reopened Monday following a 20 day closure.
Michigan was ranked number six in the nation for speech pathologists to live and work.
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe officially opened a new, permanent pavilion for its farmers market in Mount Pleasant.
She was in Brimley at Bay Mills Community College when she called and spoke with CMU Public Radio’s David Nicholas.
A group of unions has launched a petition drive to double Michigan’s corporate income tax and use the additional revenue for roads.
Union leader Tom Lutz is with the Citizens for Fair Taxes Campaign. He says corporations should have to give back about half the net tax reductions that resulted from the state’s 2011 business tax overhaul. Continue reading
Crews are working 24/7 to repair a gate at the Soo Locks that has one of the locks closed.
A dollar in Michigan may go farther than you think it would.
Data from The Tax Foundation says Michigan has one of the lowest cost of living when compared to other states, ranking 22nd out of the 50 states. Continue reading
General Motors plans to spend $877 million dollars on a new body shop at the Flint Truck Assembly.
The project is the final part of a $5 billion investment GM has made at 40 plants around the United States. Continue reading
There’s an effort underway in the Michigan Legislature to prevent the state from taking over local tax rolls.
The State Tax Commission has taken over taxation duties in four Upper Peninsula communities. Continue reading
A class action lawsuit claims Michigan ignores due process when overseeing tax foreclosures.
The Gongwer news service first reported on the lawsuit. Plaintiffs say the state does not hold impartial hearings so that people can appeal foreclosure decisions. Continue reading
One of the two Soo Locks is closed for maintenance. The move is interrupting shipping on the Great Lakes.
A new study shows Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie has Michigan’s lowest net-tuition rate for public universities.
The recent study conducted by the U.S. Department of Education ranked LSSU first among the state’s 15 public universities for net-tuition costs. Continue reading
Governor Rick Snyder has made a decision that pushes Michigan’s most-populated county closer to state oversight.
Governor Snyder ratified the findings of a state board that found Wayne County faces a financial crisis that could reach 171 million dollars by the end of the decade if it goes unchecked. Continue reading
That’s well below the 7.1 percent rate from this time a year ago. Over the past 12 months, the biggest job gains were in construction, but there were also healthy increases in business services and manufacturing. Continue reading
Today our On The Map series makes its next stop in Clare.
As you drive down any highway in Michigan, you may see an unfamiliar (or familiar) billboard for “Cops & Doughnuts” a ‘World Famous Bakery in Clare.’ Talking with the owners of the bakery you would never know these guys are world famous, as they act like a friendly hometown neighbor. Continue reading
The new surgical suite is part of a series of projects to update facilities at the hospital. Work has already been completed on a new Chemotherapy-Infusion Center, and an expansion of the hospital’s primary care facility in Boyne City. Continue reading
Miss Margy is the first of the Shepler fleet to be made in Michigan, with parts and equipment sourced from around the state. Continue reading
Chase Bank has reached an agreement with Michigan and 47 other states to settle claims related to unlawful debt collection practices.
The total of the state-federal settlement is $136 million dollars, Michigan will receive $3 million of that money. Continue reading
A Bay City business is expanding to Frankenmuth and bringing 94 new jobs to the area.
A state panel says Wayne County is in a state of “probable financial stress.” It was a unanimous determination by the Local Emergency Financial Assistance Loan Board.