Bill extends statute of limitations in sex assault cases

Michigan Teen Safe Driving Program seeks to expand to 60 schools

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Supreme Court hearing arguments about sex offender registry

Michigan Legislature OKs update to concussion training laws

Michigan CWD symposium brings together national wildlife, disease experts

Teen convicted in crash that killed 2

Another official to face manslaughter charge in Flint water

Michigan Senate votes to ban local rules for job interviews

Michigan health chief back in court in Flint water case

Gov. Snyder lowers flags to honor victims of Las Vegas tragedy

State of Michigan launches Project SEARCH internship program for students with disabilities

AAA Michigan: Statewide average gas prices rise 8 cents

Bipartisan bills would forgive $600 million in driver fees

Michigan police director apologizes for NFL protest post

Family of fallen MSP Trooper O'Neill releases statement

Firefighters rescue 3 young children from locked gun safe

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