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‘We Survived It’: Michigan Business Owner Made It Through a Year of Unpredictability
A local Michigan store owner gets a second chance of opening her business as we see economic growth with more pandemic support than ever before.
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Michiganders Can Help Design Their Own Voting Maps. Here’s How.

Michigan residents are finally drawing their own voting maps and this is how you can help shape your community.

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How Are Michigan Tribes Ensuring Mass Vaccines? Mobile Clinics.

Michigan’s Indigenous tribes are tackling mass COVID-19 vaccination in new ways to help one of the hardest-hit communities across the country.

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Black Rural Michiganders Struggle to Be Heard by Rep. Lisa McClain

Despite passing up multiple chances to speak to constituents of color, Rep. Lisa McClain (R-Port Huron) blamed a vote in D.C. for her lack of outreach.

100 Days of Biden and Harris Calls for Celebrating with These Jams on Repeat

From classics like Whitney Houston to Ozzy Osbourne with our female empowerment from Beyonce and Alicia Keys, these jams embody just what we’ve seen in the last 100 days.

Avocado Deviled Eggs at the Great Lakes Culinary Center in Southfield, Mich., on March 22, 2016. (Jessica J. Trevino/Detroit Free Press/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)
Begin Mother’s Day With These Best Brunch Spots in Town

From “Apple Cinnamon Streusel French Toast” to egg-topped burgers, we highlighted nine of the best restaurants to enjoy brunch at in Michigan.

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Barely Keeping Up with Pandemic Infrastructure, Rural Michigan Schools Need Biden’s Help

Leaky roofs, poor ventilation, and breaking amenities were a problem when she graduated from St. Clair High School. They still are now that she teaches there.

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How State Sen. Erika Geiss of Taylor is Fighting Against Republicans’ Voter Suppression

The 39 bills Republicans introduced to curtail voting rights in Michigan was aimed at Wayne County, says Sen. Erika Geiss, but it would hurt rural Michigan too.

DETROIT, MI - NOVEMBER 02: Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson speaks during a press conference at Callidac Place on Monday, Nov. 2, 2020 in Detroit, MI. With only a day remaining before the U.S. election and an unprecedented early voting turnout, President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee former Vice-President Joe Biden are campaigning in crucial swing states. (Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
Michigan SOS Jocelyn Benson Is Still Fighting 2020 Election Conspiracies

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says the Michigan GOP is deceiving the public by claiming their bills improve election integrity.