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Michigan reports more than 58K COVID-19 cases, with additional 5K ‘probable’...

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) reports Friday that 58,525 Michiganders have tested positive for COVID-19 and 5,615 have died from...

Locks got too long under lockdown? You can get your hair...

Salons and barbershops are set to reopen statewide soon as new COVID-19 cases continue to trend downward. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-114 and...

As more Michigan parents consider homeschooling, school budgets could be decimated

As concerns of COVID-19 still linger, school leaders are talking about how to best reopen schools this fall. And some parents have a tough...

Column: Being pro-life has to be more than a slogan

As of this writing, almost 5,600 Michiganders have died as a result of the novel coronavirus.  Those are people – living, breathing humans who had...

1/3 of Michigan teachers might not return to the classroom

Michigan educators are planning for next fall as the current academic year comes to a close. But almost one-third of the profession is considering...

Supreme Court won’t hear case seeking to curb Whitmer’s emergency powers...

The Michigan Supreme Court on Thursday said it won’t hear the GOP-controlled state Legislature’s lawsuit against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, which seeks to place limits...

State reports 25 new COVID-19 deaths, bringing total to 5,595

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) reports Thursday that 58,241 Michiganders have tested positive for COVID-19 and 5,595 have died from...

Ingham Health Dept. declares racism public health crisis, BLM activist calls...

In a virtual call to action Wednesday night hosted by Black Lives Matter Lansing, which has so far been viewed by 30,000 people, Ingham...

Increased police training bill passes unanimously through Senate

A bill requiring all incoming law enforcement officers to complete training on implicit bias, de-escalation techniques and mental health screening passed unanimously through the...

Librarians, national guard recruited for states’ new contact tracing armies 

As states seek to loosen wide-ranging restrictions imposed to constrain the novel coronavirus, they’re also looking to deploy a huge new fleet of workers...

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