There is growing national concern about reports of sexual assault on college campuses. Several universities are now under federal investigation for failing to follow up on sexual assault reports.
While the number of assaults may be unsettling, officials say the silver lining is that more students now are willing to step forward and report what is often an underreported crime.
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A symposium is scheduled next month aimed at establishing communication between oil pipeline companies and residents of northern Michigan communities that the pipes run through.
With warmer temperatures around much of Michigan, the DNR is reminding ice fishers and snowmobilers that we’re quickly getting to the point where no ice is safe ice.
County road commissioners meeting in Lansing Wednesday heard from a Pennsylvania transportation official on how Michigan can spend more money on its crumbling roads.
Governor Rick Snyder has approved a bill modifying school safety drill requirements.
While you’re watching out for ice this winter, consider looking for it in the contact list of your cell phone. A nationwide senior care agency, Visiting Angels, has launched a campaign called ICE a Cell Phone.
Michigan schools would have to be more transparent about how they conduct emergency safety drills under a bill approved Wednesday in the state House.