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Michigan Residents Can Track Snowplows Online


World Champion Martial Artist Uses Bullying Experience to Help Others


Mich. House OKs Bill to Combat 'Doctor Shopping' by Opioid Addicts

Michigan Legislature Cuts Fines after Jobless Fraud Scandal

Police Find Unresponsive Woman in Gogebic County

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Michigan Schools Deal with More Students Skipping Classes


Study: Half of Michigan Medicaid Expansion Enrollees Work


UP Tribe Getting Into Cigarette Business

Snyder OKs Law Letting Corrections Department Hire Felons

Michigan Senate Votes to Boost 911 fees in Phone Bills

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Mich. Lawmakers Pass Retirement Bills after Changes


2 Ruffed Grouse Test Positive for West Nile Virus in Iron County, Mich.


Mich. Senate Votes to Expand Tax-Free Accounts for K-12 Expenses


Western Upper Peninsula Man Gets 13 Years in Prison for Marijuana


Rules Issued Before Michigan Marijuana Licensing Begins
How to File a Sexual Harassment Complaint in Michigan
Michigan Minimum Wage Rising to $9.25 an Hour in January
Michigan House Votes to Allow Year-Round Frog Hunting
New Mich. Law Ends Immunity for Police Who Have Sex with Prostitutes
Bills Proposed to Address Underfunded Mich. Pension, Health Plans
Mich. Police, Firefighters Rally Against Feared Cuts to Retiree Benefits
Michigan Wants All Lead Pipes Replaced Within 20 Years
Michigan Seeks Volunteers to Serve as Campground Hosts
Michigan Lt. Governor Calley Seeks Promotion to Top Job
Michigan, Enbridge Reach Deal to Boost Safety of Pipelines
New Website Provides Info on Michigan Communities' Finances
A member of the Wisconsin Elections Commission wants to see all the data that went into a survey that found nearly 17,000 people didn't cast a ballot because of the state's voter identification law.

Elections Commissioner Criticizes UW Professor Over ID Study


Wisconsin Bill Would Create State-Certified Beer Label
Wis. AG: State Can't Enforce Sprinkler Rule
Trees of Hope: Second Harvest Mobile Food Bank
Walker Moving Ahead with Plan to Drug Test Food Stamp Users
Bad River Community Honors Jason Pero with Walk
A new feature allows people to track Michigan snowplows online.

Michigan Residents Can Track Snowplows Online


World Champion Martial Artist Uses Bullying Experience to Help Others
Mich. House OKs Bill to Combat 'Doctor Shopping' by Opioid Addicts
Michigan Legislature Cuts Fines after Jobless Fraud Scandal
Police Find Unresponsive Woman in Gogebic County
Michigan Schools Deal with More Students Skipping Classes
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Bad River Tribal Members Voice Concerns About Sheriff's Department

Bad River Tribal members voicing their opinions at Thursday's open meeting.

St. John's Catholic Church Serves Christmas Dinner

Volunteers with St. John's Catholic Church served their Christmas dinner meal on Thursday in Duluth.

LSC Graduates Celebrate with Pinning Ceremony

LSC Graduates Celebrate with Pinning Ceremony

UMD Professor Weighs in on Local Impacts of GOP Tax Bill

UMD Professor Weighs in on Local Impacts of GOP Tax Bill

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