Kivela sponsors bill protecting UP deer herd

To avoid encounters with black bears, remove bird feeders

Next steps unveiled to address opioid epidemic, help prevent addiction from occurring

Rep. Dianda nominated to CSG Midwest-Canada Relations Committee

Living in bear country: Remove bird feeders now to reduce conflicts with bears

Man dies after being struck in head by airplane propeller

Kivela supports dark-store legislation

Schuette releases 2016 Human Trafficking Commission Report

Michigan jobless rate rises to 5.3 percent in February

Michigan governor hopes House GOP health bill is 'improved'

Michigan middle schools invited to apply for Building Healthy Communities program

Cuba ambassador touts trade to Detroit Economic Club

Police: Boy, 14, wounded as kids play with gun in Detroit

Owners can permanently shield forest land from development

New ad campaign to raise awareness for child vaccinations

UPDATE from Wayland MSP: 16-year-old girl found safe

Fostering Futures Scholarship application period now open

Effort to replace pipes to Flint homes off to slow start

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Teen Blogger Who Blasted Singapore Granted U.S. Asylum

The case involving Yee raised questions about free speech and censorship, and has been closely watched abroad.

CENTCOM Investigates Whether U.S. Airstrikes Killed 200 Civilians In Mosul

Senior military and defense officials are investigating reports a U.S. airstrike killed scores of civilians in Iraq.

Ivanka Trump's D.C. Neighbors Say Be More Considerate

'It has been a three-ring circus from the day that they've moved in,' neighbor Marietta Robinson told The Associated Press.

U.S. Colleges See Drop in Foreign Student Applications

A recent survey found that applications from foreign students to U.S. schools are down nearly 40 percent this year.

London Attack: Fundraising Site Criticized for Profiting From Fund for Murdered Cop

The fundraising website collecting contributions for the family of the hero police officer killed in the London attack has refused to waive its five percent fee for collecting the money.