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Posted November 23, 2016

Police officer shot at Wayne State Tuesday night dies at 29

   DETROIT — Wayne State University President Roy Wilson confirmed that the campus police officer shot Tuesday night died a short time ago, just before 6 pm. Click Here to Read More

Posted December 21, 2016

Governor signs bill into law for $50,000 per year to wrongfully convicted inmates in Michigan

   LANSING — ​​Governor Rick Snyder signed a bill into law Wednesday that will give wrongfully convicted inmates $50,000 for each year of incarceration, if cleared of crimes and released. Click Here to Read More

Posted November 8, 2016

Detroit Free Press pulls page out of 'Dewey Beats Truman' goof

    DETROIT — The city's largest newspaper is the laughing stock of Michigan today after erroneously reporting that Hillary Clinton had defeated Donald Trump in Michigan's presidential vote totals. The Detroit Free Press has issued an apology with an explanation of how the newspaper got it wrong with its call for Clinton shortly after the polls closed.

Posted December 22, 2016

131st State Police trooper recruit school graduates 41 Thursday for assignment to posts across state

   LANSING — New blood is coming to Michigan State Police (MSP) posts around the state after graduation ceremonies Thursday in Lansing for 41 new troopers. Click Here to Read More

Posted October 12, 2016

​$500,000 in fines handed down to contractors for new Detroit arena

   DETROIT  — The City of Detroit has handed down about $500,000 in fines against contractors involved with building the new downtown arena in Detroit, according to an online report posted about an hour ago by the Detroit Free Press.  Click Here to Read Mlore

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Posted November 14, 2016

Michigan GOP Chairman Ronna Romney McDaniel in running for job in Trump's administration

    WASHINGTON D.C.  — Talk around Washington D.C. has President-Elect Donald Trump and Republican Party leaders considering Michigan GOP Chairman Ronna Romney-McDaniel as the new Republican National Committee leader.​  Click Here to Read More

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Posted November 18, 2016

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette offers support for federal AG pick Jeff Sessions

    LANSING — Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette took to social media Friday to praise President-Elect Donald Trump's choice for attorney general.  Click Here to Read More

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Posted January 4, 2017

Michigan's DHHS issues RFP to address health disparities

   LANSING — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is looking to develop projects that can develop collaborative projects designed to achieve health equity for Michigan’s racial and ethnic populations. Click Here to Read More

Posted January 3, 2017

Michigan Veteran Health System chooses Marquette man as CEO 

    LANSING — Michiagn's Veteran Health System (MVHS) has a new interim Chief Executive Officer. He's Brad Stagle who had served as Chief Operating Officer at  D.J. Jacobetti Home for Veterans in Marquette,
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Posted October 12, 2016

Berkley club bans Detroit Lions from TV over national anthem

   BERKLEY  — A Berkley social club for veterans of the United States military is taking a strong stand over players in the National Football League taking a knee to protest our nation's national anthem. Any NFL team with players protesting won't be allowed on TV at the club, including the Detroit Lions.  Read More

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Posted December 20, 2016

Millionaire Ron Weiser launches campaign to regain top spot for State Republican Party 

   LANSING — Ron Weiser has launched an effort to regain the top spot as chairman of the Michigan Republican Party. Click Here to Read More

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