CANADA - DECEMBER 15:  Domenic Eshkakogan; 59; holds a native medicine wheel at Anishinabe Spiritual centre near Espanoia. He says the wheel is like creation or the creator; with no beginning and no end.   (Photo by Bernard Weil/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
‘It Is a Crisis’: Anishinaabe Michiganders Attempt to Reclaim Their Education, Culture
Indigenous people were forced to abandon their language and culture in boarding schools. Wednesday nights in Meridian Township, they’re rediscovering it.
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Here’s How Mental Health Services in Michigan Just Got Easier To Access

Mental health has never been more important. In Michigan, access to critical services just got easier. 

The Egyptian-style Dodge mausoleum in Detroit's Woodlawn Cemetery is the resting place of Dodge co-founders and brothers John Francis Dodge and Horace Elgin Dodge.
12 Notable People You Might Not Know Are Buried in Michigan

Michigan is the final resting place for many important figures, a group that stretches from the civil rights movement to the auto industry.  

‘It’s Not Something You Decline’ Michigan’s Top Doc on Taking the Job

For years, Natasha Bagdasarian worked around the world, rolling with what life threw at her. Now, she’s back in Michigan as the state’s top doctor. 

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The 3 Questions We Are Asking About Mixing and Matching COVID-19 Vaccines

The US recently gave the all-clear to mix booster shots of one COVID-19 vaccine with other brands of the shot. Here’s why that’s safe and actually more effective. 

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How 3 New Bills Attack Public Education For Michigan Families

Michigan Republicans are trying to pass education bills that put public money toward private schools. Here’s why that’s unconstitutional. 

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Michigan Man Embraces Technology To Stay in Touch During Pandemic

For some people, technology has proven crucial to getting through the pandemic. This Michigan man is one of them. 

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Why MSU’s Empty Cafeterias Show Gen Z, Others Are Looking for Different Workstyles

Just step inside the dining halls at Michigan State, and you’ll see a trend across the state: People aren’t returning to work. That’s despite a good economy.

An aboveground section of Enbridge's Line 5 is pictured at the Mackinaw City pump station in 2016.
Michigan Doesn’t Need Line 5. So, Why is the Pipeline Driving Through Its Heart?

An oil pipeline has been driven through the heart of Michigan’s Great Lakes. Here’s why that’s dangerous, and why it’s unnecessary.