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Federal authorities indicted U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez for the second time Friday, charging him with conspiracy to commit bribery and related offenses over his alleged aid to a North Jersey businessman … more
FRIDAY, Sept. 22 — After interviewing 15 candidates to fill a vacancy, the Lansing School District Board of Education has found a match in Deyanira Nevárez Martínez. more
WASHINGTON — The White House Thursday announced the formation of an Office of Gun Violence Prevention that will help states and local governments as they implement a gun safety legislative package … more
CNS BUDGET WEEK 3 Sept. 22, 2023 To: CNS Editors From: Eric Freedman and Judy Putnam For technical problems, contact CNS technical manager Eryn Ho at (616) … more
HIGH ENROLLMENTS: Many public campuses report record-high enrollments this fall, reversing a downward trend in recent years. A new scholarship program and an upcoming application program that … more
RED FLAG LAWS: Law enforcement agencies are wrestling with the challenge of enforcing a new law that requires the subjects of extreme risk protective orders to surrender their firearms. We talk to … more
MSTEP: Spring 2023 achievement scores of elementary school students on the MSTEP across Michigan rose after a large dip a year earlier., according to the state Education Department. We talk to … more
MOSQUITOES: Two disease-transmitting mosquito species are heading northward into the coastal areas in the Great Lakes region due to climate change, a new study by EPA scientists warns, and they carry … more
HEALTH OUTCOMES: Michigan ranks below average overall in health outcomes such as life expectancy and disease prevalence, a new Citizens Research Council report says. Reasons include accessibility and … more
MUSSELS: Although perilous to native species of mussels, the invading zebra and quagga mussels have helped turn Michigan’s murky waters into a clear blue within the last three decades. Meanwhile, … more
Workers at a total of 38 auto parts plants will join the United Auto Workers (UAW) strike against Detroit Three auto manufacturers: Ford, General Motors and Stellantis. All the parts distribution … more
Youth criminal justice stakeholders told lawmakers this week that some families of juveniles in Michigan owe upwards of $100,000 in non-restitution related fees to the court. They added that the time … more
WASHINGTON — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Thursday traveled to Capitol Hill to meet with lawmakers to reiterate the need for continued aid to support his country’s fight against the … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. House Republicans were unable for a third time Thursday to begin debate on the Defense funding bill, throwing another wrench into Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s leadership tenure. The … more
Tennessee, Alabama, Oklahoma and South Carolina lead the nation in arresting and criminally punishing women for allegedly posing a danger to their fetuses, according to a report released by advocacy … more
As Democratic lawmakers continue pushing on policy to transition Michigan to clean energy sources, members of the state Senate Labor Committee heard testimony Thursday on a bill to ensure workers are … more
Members of the Senate Labor Committee on Wednesday moved to advance bills repealing preemptions on local government control of labor and workforce policies.   The committee voted 3-1 along party … more
The United Auto Workers said Wednesday that 190 workers had gone on strike at ZF Custom Chassis, a Tuscaloosa Mercedes parts supplier. UAW, which is engaged in a larger strike against Ford, General … more
The U.S. Senate confirmed a nominee for a high-ranking military post Wednesday night and advanced another, the first votes on military nominations or promotions since Alabama Republican Tommy … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. House Republicans led by Ohio’s Jim Jordan on Wednesday grilled U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland about how the Justice Department has handled its investigation and … more
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