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On this day in 1897: Supreme Court rules Hazen Pingree can’t...

Heading up an executive branch of government, whether it be a city or a state, is demanding work. Lots of hours, much to do....

New: Michigan Capitol bomb threat suspect got Secret Service visit over...

Newly released documents from the Michigan State Police show Michael Varrone, who was accused of making a bomb threat on Jan. 7 to the...

The Senate plans to sue Whitmer over COVID relief vetoes. Here’s...

When presented with a COVID-19 supplemental plan interlinked with a “political poison pill” from GOP leaders last week, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer didn’t take the...

Bills you may have missed, from banning workplace vaccine mandates to...

State lawmakers have introduced bills in March on topics ranging from expanding unemployment benefits to protecting members of the LGBTQ community from discrimination to...

Senate Republicans vote to sue Whitmer in COVID-19 relief fund battle

Republicans in the Senate authorized a lawsuit against Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Thursday after she vetoed a bill within the COVID-19 relief supplemental package...

Federal judge rejects city case against Detroit Will Breathe

A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed the city of Detroit's legal claims against a Detroit Will Breathe (DWB), an anti-police brutality protest group, ruling...

Cafe Rosetta gets food license back

The recalcitrant cafe in Calumet that has been the source of protest and conflict as well as court actions has been authorized to open...

Redistricting panel to ask state Supreme Court for deadline extension

After a delay in Census data threw off the timeline for the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission (ICRC) to draw its maps, the group...

U.S. House chair releases social media report on GOP members who...

U.S. House Administration Committee Chair Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) posted a review Friday to publicly document social media from House members who voted to overturn...

Nessel backs U of M firearm ban before Mich. Supreme Court

The University of Michigan's longtime rule banning firearms from campus now has the support of the state's chief law enforcement officer, Attorney General Dana...

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