According to health officials the measles outbreak in northwest Michigan is under control.
This year’s flu vaccination is not very effective against this year’s flu, but health officials are still recommending getting the vaccination.
AAA predicts that nearly 95 million people will be traveling for the holidays. Many divers are finding gas prices to be much better than last year.
However, energy economists said gas prices have little impact on how much people actually drive.
They said life milestones such as retiring and even what part of the country we live in are more important factors. Read more
The state Legislature is entering the final hours of its two-year session without having reached a deal to boost road funding.
The owners of a compounding pharmacy in Massachusetts face federal murder charges for mishandling medical steroids that were distributed nationwide and caused a meningitis outbreak.
Since Aramark took over food services at the state’s prisons, the company has dismissed an average of eleven employees a month. Read more
Scientist’s aren’t known for sharing the glory of an extraordinary discovery, but some researchers working on Great Lakes restoration are trying to change that publish-or-perish mentality. Read more
Smack dab in the center of the Lower Peninsula, miles from the shores of the Great Lakes, lies a somewhat unexpected but active participant in the restoration and protection of Michigan’s waterways. Read more
The state Senate has approved a bill to ban student-athletes at public universities from unionizing. House Bill 6074 now goes to Gov. Rick Snyder’s desk.
State officials say there was a small natural gas leak in a pipeline in the Upper Peninsula that’s owned by Enbridge Energy.