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06/22/2018 02:29 AM
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed the state's second case of measles this year and warns the public of possible exposure to the contagious disease.
State biologists say Michigan's gray wolf population appears to be leveling off after several decades of steady growth.
Bills that have cleared an initial legislative hurdle would legalize online gambling in Michigan and start the process toward possibly also allowing internet sports betting in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court decision.
A bill to create a private industry panel within the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has narrowly passed the Michigan Legislature.
A dredging project in Grand Traverse Bay Harbor in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has been delayed due to permit and contracting issues.
A $57 billion spending plan that boosts base K-12 funding and road construction has been approved by the Michigan Legislature.
It was a big day for a group of Gordon Correctional Center inmates. 14 inmates have graduated a 5 week Gas Metal Arc Welding program at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College (WITC).