Stories tagged: "Gretchen Whitmer"


Inside the Governor’s 2022 Campaign: Where Do Whitmer’s Excess Funds Go?

James Craig has attacked Gretchen Whitmer’s campaign fundraising. Here’s a fact check on some of his claims. 

Photo Courtesy Rick Howard
‘Blessed to Have a Business’: Michigan Childcare Center Owner Opens Up About Pandemic

Michigan childcare centers are receiving funds to help them operate and retain employees during a time when they're desperately needed.

AP Photo/John Flesher
How Republicans and Democrats Are Working Together to Save Endangered Species in Michigan

A vast majority of people are on board with a resolution to protect "our greatest assets," the state’s wildlife.

Photo by National Park Service
80th Pearl Harbor Anniversary Brings New Light to WWII’s Michigan Impact and Casualties

Lest we forget: The 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor brings along new memories and closure for Michigan families.

Apprenticeships
No College, No Problem: These Michigan Career Paths Prioritize On-the-Job Experience

No college debt and a promising future is what drew Cory Henion to be an apprentice. This trend is getting a big push in Michigan in 2021. 

In this photo provided by the Michigan Office of the Governor, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer addresses the state during a speech in Lansing, Mich., Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020. (Michigan Office of the Governor via AP)
10 Moments That Made Gov. Whitmer Known For Her Wit

Despite a wild first term, two years in Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has kept her vibrant and wicket sense of humor.

Michigan's new education budget spells out improvements for student mental health resources.
‘Coming Back to the Unknown’: Michigan Makes ‘Historic’ Investment in Student Mental Health in 2021

Michigan’s latest investment in education could mean big things for mental health advocacy in school districts around the state — something particularly important as students return to the classroom amid the pandemic.