Protests were held across the state this week over Governor Rick Synder’s appeal of a decision that would return roughly 550 million dollars to public school teachers.
Two bills signed into law this week could help keep siblings in foster care together.
We’ve already done some reporting on the bills, but not on the unusual path the bills took to get to Snyder’s desk.
The Department of Environmental Quality has released a statement admitting they made a mistake in handling the recent Flint water crisis.
DEQ representatives said they mishandled the testing of Flint’s drinking water. They were holding the city to guidelines meant for a town with half of Flint’s population. Continue reading
If you’ve tuned to local TV at any point in the last month, you’ve probably seen the election ads.
Millions of dollars have been spent so far on advertising in Michigan’s Governor and U.S. Senate races, and according to some political observers, there’s no end in sight.
A landfill operator in metro Detroit has put on hold plans to import radioactive waste from out of state, following calls for a state review of the practice. Continue reading
Mark Schauer has made it official. He has chosen Oakland County Clerk Lisa Brown to be his running mate in this year’s race for governor.