It remains unclear if a border security proposal in Congress will cross the finish line and as the controversy continues, a group in Minnesota feels the public has lingering misconceptions about immigrants.
Black children in Michigan are performing worse than their peers nationally in every metric measured, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s new Race for Results report.
Legislation to establish a dental oral assessment program, protect seniors from financial abuse, and safeguard dogs and cats used in testing facilities, were among a flurry of bills signed Wednesday by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
United Auto Workers union President Shawn Fain didn’t get the 40% raise his members were demanding at the Detroit Three automakers.
The regular season has officially come to a close, and for the 288 teams whose names were called on Selection Sunday, all the focus now is on the playoffs and getting to the state championship game.
A draft permit for waste water from DTE Energy’s Fermi 2 Power Plant is open for public comment until October 21.
Here in Michigan, the state has invested over $21 billion in clean energy projects, and nearly 16,000 new, good-paying jobs have been created since the IRA’s passage.
Here in Michigan, home prices increased slightly by 1.2 percent compared to last year, with a median selling price of $259,800.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a repeal Wednesday of Michigan’s requirement that an asset test be performed when being considered for eligibility for food assistance.
The need for Michigan women to prioritize their health doesn’t stop when National Women’s Health Month ends this week.