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Public File Reports
03/19/2018 11:14 AM
After nearly a month of investigation, the Ironwood Public Safety Department says the cause of a fire that killed three people has still not been determined.
'Enough is Enough'- that was the message of an anti-bullying assembly held for students in Ironwood Michigan. Students heard from a world champion martial artist, who shared her very powerful story.
Michigan has approved a 30-day grace period for displaying a license plate on vehicles.
Legislation advancing in Michigan's Legislature would let "medically frail" inmates be paroled.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law an increase in 911 fees to upgrade Michigan's emergency response system.
Michigan legislators and the governor's office are roiling over two gun-control measures: arming trained teachers and removing guns from individuals with mental health symptoms.
A new law in Michigan is intended to expand access to growlers for craft beer.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker is introducing a package of legislation designed to enhance school safety.