Governor Rick Snyder has signed legislation that’s supposed to protect victims of human trafficking from criminal charges. One of the new laws shields children who are trafficked from prostitution charges.
Governor Rick Snyder has signed a bill to allow terminally patients to try experimental therapies when other options have failed.
Police said a family that went missing from Cheboygan has been found in Florida. We told you about the family last night, after police had asked for the public’s help in locating them.
Officials said Shavon Fero had contacted police over the weekend to report her husband of abusing her children. Police had arranged for her to enter a safe house, but she did not arrive as expected. Read more
The end of the 2014 election cycle is near. The November election is just a couple weeks away. But the 2016 presidential election cycle is already gearing up. If you have any doubts, just take a look at the political star power making swings through the state.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton rallied thousands of Democrats in Michigan Thursday at Oakland University in Rochester.
Clinton was in the state to campaign for candidate for governor Mark Schauer and candidate for U.S. Senate Gary Peters. She aimed to link the two to what she characterized as Michigan’s tradition of hard work.
“If you look throughout American history, no place embodies the dignity of work more than Michigan,” said Clinton.
The former first lady said Republicans in Lansing and Washington have slowed down job creation and economic growth, and that it is time for a change.
“When, despite all the progress we’ve made, too many people in Michigan are still looking for work it is time to elect leaders who know how to create jobs and deliver results.”
Clinton is the most recent potential presidential candidate to visit Michigan in the last month. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush made campaign stops across the state earlier this week for Governor Rick Snyder and U.S. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land.
Central Michigan President Dr. George Ross sat down with David Nicholas in studio this week talking numbers.
This fall’s enrollment was a twenty-seven percent increase from last year while at the same time population declines are producing decreasing graduation numbers from Michigan high schools.
Last week in his State of the University address, Dr. Ross issued a challenge to maintain a level of at least twenty-thousand students on the Mt Pleasant campus…
Displayed is the original plate (top) and the updated plate (bottom). Photo courtesy of the Secretary of State.
It’s been out for just about a year, and changes have already been made to Michigan’s newest, and award-winning
, license plate.
On The Ground MUCC Courtesy Photo.
Wildlife enthusiasts, landowners and hunters may see more wildlife in the coming year thanks to habitat funding.
DNR officials announced this month that one million dollars in grant money has been awarded to Michigan individuals and organizations.
October 18 is the 42nd anniversary of the Clean Water Act, but National Wildlife Federation officials say the bill’s current ambiguity puts miles of streams and wetlands at risk of losing protection.
The questionable language was found as the result of two recent Supreme Court challenges to the act.
Lots of greek organizations on campuses across Michigan raise money for charities, this week, members of Lake Superior State University’s Rho Chi (Chi rhymes with eye) Omega Sorority is getting a little punny with their fundraising