Larger mosquito populations this year may feel like a curse, but specialists have said it could be a blessing in disguise.
“More mosquitoes can actually mean fewer mosquito-borne diseases,” said Dr. Carl Doud. He’s a mosquito specialist with the Midland County Health Department. Continue reading
A five and a half million dollar grant will provide students from around Michigan with money for food.
The grant from the US Department of Agriculture will allow several school districts around the state to provide summer meals to students. Continue reading
Teenagers ages 16 through 19 are expected to have a better chance of finding a job this summer.
The Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget said in a press release that the projected unemployment rate for teens during the summer will be 17%. That’s three down from last year. Continue reading
If you thought this summer was colder than usual… you were right. But no records were set. Continue reading
As we enter the second half of what’s been a cooler summer, some people might be wondering what’s in store for August. Continue reading
While there is still some summer left to enjoy, a new campaign is urging people to get outside and get active. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
Michigan beaches close less frequently due to high bacteria levels in the water than beaches in neighboring Great Lakes states, according to a recent report.
One CMU student is spending her summer interning at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. Continue reading
State officials say the brutal winter and the polar vortex is also likely to impact summer energy prices. Continue reading
A summer camp is opening this summer for adults. It’s offering archery, fishing and a bit of nostalgia.
The one requirement; you have to leave technology behind. Continue reading
Despite what officials say are perceptions of 4-H being only for farming and farm animals, the state’s program is continuing efforts to promote youth interests around the state.