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Judge: Students must be tested for COVID-19 if Detroit summer school...

Updated, 6:58 a.m., 7/22/20 with Dr. Vitti's comments A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that in-person summer school classes can continue in the Detroit Public...

DNR asks Enbridge to pledge full financial responsibility for Line 5

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wants to ensure that Canada-based multinational oil company Enbridge will pay up in the event of a...

Board faces suit after approving ‘defective’ anti-Whitmer petition language

The first major right-wing ballot petition aimed at permanently limiting Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive powers to clear the first hurdle with the Board of...

Trump admin. rescinds policy to deport international students

The President Trump administration rescinded a recent policy that would have deported hundreds of thousands of international students had their classes remained online during...

Whitmer reveals why she tightened Michigan’s mask mandate

Like many who can, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and her team are still mainly working at home as Michigan has entered its fifth month of...

Michigan ranks 6th for adults stripped of health care during pandemic

Due to job losses this spring, over 222,000 Michiganders lost their health care coverage during the COVID-19 pandemic.  A recent report from Families USA, a...

Nessel sues ICE for threats to deport international students if classes...

Attorney General Dana Nessel, along with 17 other attorneys general, filed a lawsuit on Monday to stop a new federal rule that threatens to...

Tests show west leg of Line 5 pipeline isn’t damaged

Updated with comment from Oil & Water Don't Mix, 3:49 p.m., 7/9/20 A court-ordered investigation on one of the dual Line 5 oil pipeline’s underwater...

SCOTUS hands victories to religious groups in birth control, employment

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a Trump administration effort to exempt employers with religious or moral concerns from complying with...

Nessel sues DeVos for ‘unlawfully’ splitting COVID-19 funds between public, private...

Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Tuesday she is leading a coalition of attorneys general in suing U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for her rule...

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