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Michigan Lottery: Mega Millions jackpot jumps to $900 Million


Gov. Snyder signs some legislation, vetoes others


AAA: Michigan gas prices down 12 cents to $2.88 per gallon


Gov. Snyder praises Coast Guard for enacting Straits ‘no anchor’ zone


Gov. Snyder makes appointment to Michigan Board of Occupational Therapists


LARA warns investors of common investment scams and traps


Michigan Supreme Court hears key case on jobless fraud


Nonprofits receive $620,000 in MIOSHA Training Grants for worker safety, health


Nominations sought for 2019 Governor’s Service Awards


AAA: Michigan gas prices up nearly 2 cents to $3 per gallon


$56M in federal funding to support Michigan’s efforts to prevent, treat opioid addiction


Gov. Snyder issues executive directive to develop PFAS readiness, response plan


Mega Millions Jackpot climbs to $367M


AAA: Michigan gas prices rise 10 cents to $2.98 per gallon


Game on: Should Michigan high schools add esports?


Natural Resources Commission to consider higher brook trout possession limits on some UP streams


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Mega Millions will grow to $2 billion if there is no winner Tuesday

There's been no Mega Millions winning ticket since July 24. The current jackpot is $1.6 billion.

Murdered Utah college student recently ended relationship with suspected killer

In the weeks before her death, Lauren McCluskey had complained she was being harassed by her ex-boyfriend, Melvin Rowland.

Broncos backup quarterback arrested for trespassing

Chad Kelly, 24, was taken into custody at 1:17 a.m. in Englewood, Colorado.

Sandra Day O'Connor, first woman to serve on Supreme Court, announces probable Alzheimer's diagnosis

"I am no longer able to participate in public life," O'Connor wrote in a letter addressed to "friends and fellow Americans."

Judge denies Bill Cosby's bid for new trial

Cosby was sentenced to three years to 10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at the actor's home in suburban Philadelphia in 2004.