Farmers, environmental groups and farming advocates from across Michigan are urging state lawmakers to pass House Bill 4673, which would allow farmers and ranchers to fix their own equipment.
There are many good reasons for states to update their voter rolls in preparation for elections, but a new report contended many are too zealous about it, jeopardizing some people’s right to vote.
The Ben L. Silberstein Institute for Brain Health will find its home within Wayne State University’s Integrative Biosciences Center, under the leadership of Dr. David Rosenberg.
With popular artists like Beyoncé and Taylor Swift touring Michigan this summer, the American Heart Association is reminding people that some of their favorite songs are for more than singing along.
Here in Michigan the price of gas per gallon has increased slightly to $3.883, a 34 cent per gallon increase compared to one month ago.
According to the Michigan attorney general’s investigation, the group of Republicans sent false documents to the U.S. Capitol, claiming to be “the duly elected and qualified Electors” for Michigan, cast the state’s 16 electoral votes for Trump and then Vice President Mike Pence.
Michigan families no longer need to spend down their savings and be restricted to having only $15,000 in assets to receive SNAP benefits.
Building on the success of a $140 million investment, Michigan is making community college free to hundreds of thousands more students by expanding the Michigan Reconnect program.
As part of its MI Safe School Indoor Air Ventilation program, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) will continue to offer free air purifiers to K-12 schools in the state.
State Rep. Ken Borton (R-Gaylord) and other Republican lawmakers sent a letter to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the chairs of the House and Senate Appropriations Committees on July 24, condemning cuts to the Pure Michigan campaign in the most recent state budget.