The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians will appeal a recent casino-related court decision that could cost them $88 million, the tribe announced this week.
The Michigan State Police crime lab has stopped screening blood samples for THC, the compound that gives marijuana users a high, after problems with testing, a spokeswoman said.
A man who admitted to calling in a bomb threat at the Michigan Capitol was sentenced Wednesday to one year in jail.
Every year, more Michigan residents die from opioids than car crashes. Now, a historic court settlement could help communities save lives.
For Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum, the day is about text messages, coffee and civic responsibility.
As summer hits, many Michiganders seem to be done with the coronavirus. The coronavirus isn’t done with them.
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