Adults and kids alike look forward to summer time for vacations and trips. Tourism officials say Michigan has been seeing an increase in vacationers this summer. Read more
School kids across Michigan are stepping out of the classroom and onto buses for, what for many, is their favorite time of the year, field trips.
Some that are within driving distance of Alpena are learning about a unique part of Michigan history…shipwrecks. Read more
State officials say the brutal winter and the polar vortex is also likely to impact summer energy prices. Read more
A federal judge has struck down Michigan’s requirement that only registered voters can circulate candidate nominating petitions.
Climate change is taking a toll on some of Michigan’s current and future wildlife generations. Read more
Police are asking for the public’s help identifying a man who they say has been using stolen credit cards at stores around the state. Read more
New job opportunities are in store for residents in Gaylord. Read more
With marijuana reforms sweeping the nation, several cities in the state of Michigan may soon be seeing some changes as well. Read more
When classes begin this fall, Michigan public schools will be operating under new nutritional guidelines. The new guidelines focus on beverage standards and a la carte food items, such as foods from vending machines.
Each year law enforcement across the country set aside time to acknowledge those impacted by crime through observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. This year’s theme is “30 years: Restoring the Balance of Justice.”