Photo Courtesy Of Kim McNabb/Dansville High School
‘Triumphant Return’: The Sound of Being Back in School for One Michigan Community

At Dansville High School, the band is back together. And they have a special set arranged for their “triumphant return.”

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‘A Voice for the Bees’: One Michigander’s Quest to Bring Bees Back

Bees in Michigan have had a rough go with pesticides, loss of habitat and more. Here's how Michiganders are trying to correct the trend.

Indigenous people fish in northern Michigan.
‘Centuries-Old Practice:’ How the Line 5 Oil Pipeline Endangers the Heritage of Native Michiganders

It’s not a matter of if Line 5 will spill but when, worry Michiganders. And building a tunnel around it? That’s a false solution, they say. 

Muskegon Fire Dept. Deputy Director Jay Paulson and another firefighter see the smoke rise after being called to a fire at a Dollar General in Muskegon.
‘I Had My Bags Packed’: How Michigan Firefighters Remember, Memorialize 9/11

Tenured Michigan firefighters remember the events of 9/11 well. For some, the 20th anniversary hits close to home.

Photos By Isaac Constans and Courtesy of Horning Farms
Six Generations and Counting: A Story of Michigan’s Dairy Farms

Michigan’s dairy industry is one of the strongest in the country. Fighting through the pandemic, family farms are helping fight hunger. 

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Michigan Teen Sets Out to Correct False COVID-19 Info in Her Community

That’s how high school senior Harshini Anand is approaching critical discussions on vaccinating against COVID-19.

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‘Gorgeous Old Buildings’: How Michigan Is Saving Its History While Investing in Its Future

A downtown development project in Sault Ste. Marie is bringing back a historic building. That’s a trend throughout the state.