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A woeful and confusing season for Michigan State football saw some light at the end of the tunnel, as they pulled out a win against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday afternoon with a score of … more
Some United Auto Workers (UAW) affected by the nearly seven-week strike against the Detroit Three automakers have begun the voting process to sound off on the set of tentative agreements with Ford … more
A $615.6 million supplemental spending bill passed through the Michigan legislature Thursday, mostly along party lines. It is now on the desk of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who is expected to sign it. … more
Michigan State football will take the field at Spartan Stadium this Saturday for the final time this year, hoping to leave Spartan fans with a win. The post PREVIEW: Michigan State football looks … more
Last Saturday, Brian Daniels taught two more classes at EmPOWer Lansing before closing the doors for good. more
Less than two months ago, Michigan’s Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) launched and interest and support for it is strong, Program Coordinator Karen Hall told the Michigan Domestic & Sexual … more
CNS BUDGET WEEK 9 Nov. 3, 2023 To: CNS Editors From: Eric Freedman and Judy Putnam For technical problems, contact CNS technical manager Eryn Ho at (616) … more
IN-SEASON PRODUCE: Buying locally grown fruits and vegetables rather than imported produce benefits Michigan farmers and consumers. By Stephanie Rauhe. FOR TRAVERSE CITY, GRAND RAPIDS, FARM NEWS, … more
LAWMAKER BACKGROUNDS: Some lawmakers had no clue in college or early in their careers that they’d end up in political office. We talk to three: a senator from Redford Township who studied biology, … more
MARRIAGE LICENSES: Some lawmakers want to more than double the fee for marriage licenses, generating more money for county governments and Friend of the Court offices. Sponsors include legislators … more
WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans are pushing back on Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s blockade of hundreds of U.S. military promotions as the upper chamber fills the remaining vacancies on the Joint Chiefs … more
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: Some environmental justice advocates say they fear that the U.S. The Supreme Court’s June ruling prohibiting public colleges and universities from considering race in admission … more
FARM BILL: Congress is working on the Farm Bill which will help set national agricultural policy for the next five years. What do Michigan farmers want in it? We hear from experts at the Michigan … more
SPECIALTY CROPS: Specialty crops account for Michigan’s status as having the nation’s second-most diverse agricultural industry, but some farmers are unhappy about the timing of produce imports … more
In a marathon session that stretched from Thursday morning into the early hours on Friday, the Democratic-controlled Michigan House pushed forward on their clean energy priorities, voting on a slate … more
LEAVES: Raking your leaves this fall isn’t a given. Experts advise using a lawn mower to chop the leaves and leave them be or use as garden fertilizer. We talk to MSU and University of Delaware … more
ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. As America emerged from the pandemic, communities … more
A Hamtramck City Council candidate on Thursday defended his disturbing social media comments about the Holocaust, pedophilia and homosexuality. Nasr Hussain, who is among six people running for … more
More than a dozen states now have near-total abortion bans following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, with limited medical exceptions meant to protect the patient’s health or life. But among those … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. House on Thursday approved a $14.3 billion spending bill to aid Israel in its war against Hamas, but the measure stands no chance of passing the Senate and has elicited a veto … more
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