Doulas, Prisons, and Paid Sick Leave: The Wide View State Sen. Erika Geiss Has on Family

State Sen. Erika Geiss wants to address the inequities that lead to too many preventable, tragic outcomes for Michigan parents welcoming new children.

In a March 11, 2021 photo, potatoes are examined along a conveyor belt before being loaded into a tractor trailer at the Sackett Potato farm in Mecosta, Mich. For generations, Brian Sackett's family has farmed potatoes that are made into chips. About 25% of the nation's potato chips get their start in Michigan, which historically has had reliably cool air during September harvest and late spring but now is getting warmer temperatures.
Climate Change’s Weird and Wild Weather Has Rocked Michigan Farmers

Michigan potato farmer Brian Sackett is struggling with warmer winters, showing how climate change is directly impacting our food supply.

A Michigan Republican Compared Swimming Pool Drownings with COVID-19. She Couldn’t Be More Off Base.

Rep. Lisa McClain represents Michigan's most COVID-positive region right now, and residents are calling her out for downplaying the pandemic.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer wants classrooms reopened by March 1, but  COVID vaccinations could make all the difference for school staff and students.
Michigan Will Ease Student Assessments and That’s Exactly What Kids Need, Educators Say

In the hardest-hit region of Michigan, the extra flexibility the Biden Administration is giving schools lets teachers like Cathy Murray focus on what's most important—learning.

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The Pandemic Isolated Them, Now the Vaccine Is Bringing These Michiganders Back Together

For these lifelong friends in Lenawee County, the vaccine doesn't just bring safety, it brings company at the end of a lonely year.

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Michigan Broke Voting Records in 2020. Now Republicans Want to Make Voting Harder.

Michigan Republicans have introduced 39 bills aimed at addressing voter fraud investigations show never existed.

Southern Nevada Health District nurse Daliah Rubio administers a a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccination to Victor Rodriguez, 70, of Nevada, at Jerome Mack Middle School on January 29, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Southern Nevada Health District is operating the site as a pop-up clinic for seniors age 70 and older.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
From Scheduling to Selfies: Everything Michiganders Need to Know to Get Vaccinated

Most Michiganders become eligible for the vaccine April 5. We've got everything you need to know before, during, and after your vaccination.