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Governor Whitmer makes appointments to Michigan Statewide Independent Living Council

46 schools receive Michigan School Wellness Awards for promoting healthy lifestyles

Cambensy mining bill passes House

Whitmer opposes 'zero' medical coverage option for drivers

Michigan House approves e-cigarette ban for minors

Michigan Senate OKs $58B budget that is at odds with Whitmer

Michigan unemployment rate edges up in April

Gov. Whitmer directs DNR to file emergency rule to help prevent anchor strikes, protect Great Lakes

Gov. Whitmer: Legislature must 'get off the dime' on road fixes

$8.35M in funding supports critical dam removal, repair projects throughout Michigan

Whitmer to sign bill forgiving up to 4 snow day make-ups

Gov. Whitmer Signs Bill to Forgive Snow Days

Michigan AG Nessel seeking national experts for opioid, PFAS lawsuits

Detroit venue renamed for Aretha Franklin gets new sign

Gov. Whitmer makes appointments to the Governor’s Educator Advisory Council

Gov. Whitmer announces transportation grants to villages, small cities for road repair

The Latest: Michigan governor criticizes GOP-backed auto insurance bill

Kinross Correctional Facility prison counselor wins MDOC 2019 Director's Award

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Utah man dies on Mount Everest

“He taught us that nothing was impossible,” said the daughter of mountaineer Don Cash, who died while descending from the summit of Mount Everest.

Mario Batali expected to be arraigned on assault charge

An attorney speaking on Batali's behalf said the celebrity chef denies the allegations.

Aretha Franklin's handwritten wills raise tangled legal questions

Aretha Franklin's handwritten wills might not pass muster in some states. But a court in Michigan, where she died, is more likely to take them seriously, experts say.

Tornado touches down in Missouri

A tornado was spotted in Carl Junction, Missouri, just north of Joplin, as severe weather hit the South and Midwest.

VA employee charged with hiding cameras in women's restroom

A VA employee could face a year in prison if he's convicted of videotaping five women in a VA restroom about a half-mile from the White House.