The winning school gets a trophy, but it’s the bragging rights (and protected health) that these Yooper students covet.
The Michigan Supreme Court’s powers during the pandemic have given local voters new perspectives on this often neglected race.
Lawmakers are including provisions for everyday workers and small business owners as the coronavirus pandemic continues to attack Michiganders’ physical and financial health.
Michigan women across Oakland County are defying the president's assumed stereotype of their lives. Now, they're mobilizing to vote in their best interests.
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson warns that mail delivery delays could mean your ballot won’t make it in time. To ensure your vote counts, she recommends using on of the state’s 700+ ballot drop-off boxes.
The MI COVID Alert app is already available for download for Lansing-area residents. Half a dozen states have launched similar programs.
Parking lots are closed and alcohol is banned. It’s all part of an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus across campus and the surrounding communities.
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