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Michigan Loses a Legend: Carl Levin Dies at 87

As the longest-serving senator to represent Michigan, Carl Levin touched countless lives across generations. Michiganders share their stories after his passing July 29.

The facts about Shiawassee County's hazard pay scandal
Explained: How COVID Relief Got Used as County Commissioner Bonuses in Michigan

Shiawassee County's culture of backroom dealing laid the groundwork for its latest scandal— county commissioners giving themselves "hazard pay" for working during the pandemic.

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1 in 4 Rural Michigan Hospitals Is in Danger of Closing, Even During a Pandemic. Here’s Why.

Overburdened and underfunded, Michigan’s rural hospitals are in need of life support to continue serving a large swath of the state’s families. 

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Here Are 9 Adventures to Get the Best Views of Pure Michigan

From exploring tree tops to rowing, horse-drawn buggies, to touring on a pirate ship—these are our favorite ways to explore Michigan in 2021.

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A Historic Investment in Schools Will Change Students’ Education for the Better. But Will it Last?

Before she was a legislator, State Sen. Dayna Poklehanki spent 20 years as an English teacher. This year's education budget, she says, is a historic point of pride.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (AP Photo/Paul Sancya File)
Michigan Is Investigating People Who Spread Lies About the 2020 Election. Here’s What That Means.

Attorney General Dana Nessel is leading the bipartisan effort to hold those who lied about the 2020 election accountable, and investigating how they profited from tricking Michiganders.

A gray wolf pictured during his first day in his enclosure. The gray wolf or grey wolf, also known as the timber wolf or western wolf, is a canine native to the wilderness and remote areas of Eurasia and North America.
Michigan’s Gray Wolves Have Long Been Protected and Studied. Now They’re at the Center of a Political Battle.

The gray wolf culling in Wisconsin was less a hunt and more of a "killing spree," according to a Fish and Wildlife Services expert. Would Michigan's hunt go the same way?