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Statewide tornado drill scheduled for March 27

Attorney General Nessel, Michigan Supreme Court anounces Michigan Elder Abuse Task Force

MADD, Rep. Hammoud call for .05 BAC Law, ignition interlocks for all offenders

State Police to focus on impaired driving during St. Patrick’s Day Operation CARE

Court: Middle finger protected by the constitution

Gov. Whitmer makes appointments, reappointments to Michigan Trails Advisory Council

Sixteen Michigan hospitals earn patient safety award

Report: Michigan State Police facial image database grows

Attorney General Nessel officially launches new Hate Crimes Unit

Plans move ahead for demolition of Detroit's Joe Louis Arena

Rep. Markkanen launches Outstanding Educator Award

30 officers graduate from TEAM School Liaison Program

Michigan issuing March and April food assistance benefits early

Get ready for #MiFreeFishingWeekend February 16-17

State Police warns of malicious email campaign

Loan program offers support for revitalizing community properties

The Latest: Michigan man gets life, no parole in 6 killings

DNR conservation officers respond to numerous calls for help during stormy, cold, wintry weather

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Parkland community worried after two suicides

In Florida, getting urgent counseling resources to students could be more difficult because the school is on spring break this week.

Michael Avenatti charged with trying to extort $20 million from Nike

Avenatti was arrested in Manhattan and also accused with wire and bank fraud charges in Los Angeles.

Twenty-eight-year-old justice activist's body identified after disappearing from Ohio two months ago

On March 23, 2019, Columbus, Ohio authorities recovered the body of Amber Evans from the Scioto River. She was last seen January 28, 2019.

Father of Sandy Hook shooting victim found dead in suspected suicide

Richman's death comes just over a week after Parkland shooting survivor Sydney Aiello killed herself and a second student from the school died in an apparent suicide.

Russia embraces 'no collusion' part of Mueller report, overlooks interference

Although the special counsel's probe found no proof of Russian collusion with the Trump campaign, it did conclude that there was interference in the 2016 election.