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HIV law has changed, but those prosecuted under former measure struggle...

Jeremy Merithew had a hook-up in 2012 that he will remember for the rest of his life. He met a man on the gay...

Electric buses, asphalt and bridges: Politicians jostle for federal transportation cash

WASHINGTON — The nearly $1 billion that U.S. Rep. Garret Graves is seeking through Congress’ revamped earmarks process isn’t a typo. The Louisiana Republican says Baton...

Equity needed in meeting Michigan’s internet, water and infrastructure needs, experts...

State and national experts on Thursday discussed the need to incorporate equity in current and future infrastructure plans while wrapping up the Michigan Environmental...

Michigan judge reverses course, will restart YouTube livestream Monday

St. Joseph County 3B District Court Chief Judge Jeffrey Middleton announced Thursday morning in a video posted on YouTube that beginning Monday May 24,...

Michigan judge in viral videos pulls YouTube stream

St. Joseph County 3B District Court Chief Judge Jeffrey Middleton shocked his thousands of YouTube followers this week by announcing he was turning off...

Report: Waste from coal-fired plants threatens Michigan water safety

Michigan’s coal-fired power plants are annually generating more than 1 million tons of waste that’s laden with lead, mercury and arsenic and poses significant...

The silent majority: As Michigan begins to emerge from the pandemic...

These are the days of fragile hope. These days, when the vaccines are here and COVID cases skyrocketed last month but are falling, we talk...

200+ federal workers coming to help Michigan with COVID vaccinations

More than 200 federal personnel are headed to the state to assist at three mass COVID-19 vaccination sites: DeVos Place in Grand Rapids, as...

‘This could set women back generations’: The pandemic recession’s toll on...

When the COVID-19 pandemic began driving women from their jobs en masse a little more than one year ago, West Michigan Works employees were...

Column: What Michigan’s response to the 1918 flu epidemic can teach...

On Jan. 11, 2021, nine officials from Baraga County in the Upper Peninsula signed a letter stating that they would not enforce restrictions aimed...

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