LANSING, Mich. (AP) – A Michigan regulatory oversight board has temporarily paused state drinking water standards that would limit allowable levels of certain toxic industrial chemicals. MLive.com reports the committee voted Thursday to wait two weeks b
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PLAINWELL, Mich. - A bill going through the Michigan legislature would test the effectiveness of beet juice on the roads. If passed, the bill would require the Michigan Department of Transportation to test the agricultural by-product.
DETROIT (AP) — The mother of a Michigan teenager who killed himself is suing the Archdiocese of Detroit for the alleged harm she suffered during his funeral when a priest questioned whether her son would go to heaven.
Grand Rapids will pay a $190,000 settlement to a Latino-American war veteran who was wrongfully detained by federal immigration officials.
Tommy Hollingshed II, 20, a Central State student, is accused of criminal sexual conduct involving a child at a summer day camp near Detroit where he was a counselor, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in Michigan said.
The lawsuit alleges Rev. Don LaCuesta turned a homily into a message regarding suicide, questioning whether Linda Hullibarger's son Maison, who killed himself, would go to heaven.
KENT COUNTY, Mich.-- Even as Michigan's Department of Natural Resources recently reported not as many Michiganders hunting as the did in the past, it's definitely not stopping the ones who do hunt from paying it forward.
There's no way to get around it. If you owe the state of Michigan money, you're going to have to pay it. And to show just how serious the state is, they've hired not one but two bill collecting agencies to get the job done.