Distracted driving being enforced in Battle Creek

Within the City of Battle Creek, it now is against the law to use a hand-held cellphone while driving for

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Commissioners move slow on refugee request





A 14-year-old refugee, alone and without family, is in need a home in the United States.

Delton couple Kim

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As surging Great Lakes threaten Michigan, homeowners beg Canada for help

Saugatuck Township resident Don Olendorf is among the property owners who are calling on Ontario to stop hydropower dams that

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League says 2019 brought policy wins for Michigan kids, workers and families


With a deal reached on the 2020 state budget and the Michigan Legislature adjourned for the year, the Michigan League

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National campaign encourages safe, sober driving


Christmas and New Year’s Day are fun, busy times to celebrate with family and friends. The holiday season also is

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USDA: $550 million available for broadband infrastructure


U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has announced the availability of a second round of $550 million in United States

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New marijuana rules are a real racket


President of the Small Business Association of Michigan

The state’s marijuana regulatory agency has proposed new licensing rules for

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Michigan begins collecting firefighting foam containing PFAS

The Michigan PFAS Action Response Team announced today that it has started collecting PFAS-containing aqueous film forming foam from fire

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