The budget proposal comes on the wings of a large surplus. With that money, bold new programs could bring teachers to Michigan and prevent floods.
Retired teacher Maureen Pickelman spent half a year recovering from the coronavirus. Here's how her friends and faith saw her through.
With 10,000 Michiganders dead from the coronavirus, this family of survivors can think of no better holiday gift than safety.
Just because the state calls them recovered doesn't mean they're better. Here's how one Michigander still endures what she calls "the most expensive disease."
At nearly 75, former teacher Maureen Pickelman survived the coronavirus. Hers is one of 100,000 stories of Michiganders battling the pandemic.
Policy and preparation: What Michigan learned in time to manage a second COVID-19 spike stemming from open bars to boat parties
Rep. Ryan Berman (R-Commerce Twp.) insists schools will be fully funded even without federal aid, but his Republican colleagues warn cuts to K-12 might run deep.
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