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Michigan reports another COVID-19 uptick with 373 cases, 32 deaths

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) reported Tuesday that 63,870 Michiganders have tested positive for COVID-19 and 5,947 have died from...

1st BLM-organized rally brings thousands to Lansing in peaceful celebration of...

At the largest rally yet in defense of Black lives in Lansing, thousands of attendees gathered on a hot Monday afternoon for four and...

Detroit protesters step up call for probe of police during tribunal

About 300 people attended a public tribunal on a sweltering 90-degree Saturday evening at Hart Plaza in Detroit where organizers stepped up their call...

Pence talks reopening, meets John James during Macomb Co. swing

Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday visited Michigan to tour manufacturing plants in Macomb County, part of a swing through the newly reopened state. U.S....

As Detroit protests near third week, civil rights leaders eye big...

Meeko Williams, a leading Detroit activist and organizer, declared through a megaphone to a crowd of hundreds on a muggy late afternoon: “Let this...

Detroit health chief talks building a health provider network ‘literally overnight’...

Denise Fair has led the city of Detroit’s Department of Health since last September during one of the most tumultuous times in history.  As chief...

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...

Ingham Co. prosecutor will review EL police use of force incident,...

Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon will, if requested, review the use of force by East Lansing Officer Andy Stephenson in an incident in February...

U.P., parts of northern Mich. will be back in business before...

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Monday announced the partial reopening of the Upper Peninsula and northern Michigan as the rate of new cases of COVID-19...

Updated: Lawsuit over Line 5 permits dismissed

Updated, 2:07 p.m., 5:21 p.m., 5/18/20 A key lawsuit relating to Line 5, the controversial Canadian oil pipeline beneath the Straits of Mackinac, has been...

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