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Whitmer to Republicans: Send me budget bills this week

No 'Stranglehold:' Let hunters bait deer, says Ted Nugent

Governor Whitmer signs Executive Directive expanding recycling within state government

AAA: Michigan gas prices fall 9 cents to $2.57 per gallon

Michigan will offer 50,000+ free naloxone kits at pharmacies statewide Saturday

Small game hunting begins Sunday

Governor Whitmer makes appointment to State Waterways Commission

Michigan Legislature OKs changes to Medicaid reporting rules

Michigan joins national effort to promote outdoor recreation industry

7 downstate school districts to receive electric buses

Michigan House: Label marijuana as risk to pregnant women

Governor Whitmer makes appointments to MI-STEM Council

The Latest: Michigan State official out after federal probe

Legislation going to Whitmer targets 'porch pirates'

Michigan to receive $27.9M in federal funding to address opioid crisis

Ex-UAW official pleads guilty in broad corruption probe

Michigan becomes first state to ban flavored nicotine vaping products

MDARD announces grant opportunity for rural areas

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Oklahoma teen accused of threatening to shoot '400 people for fun'

Alexis Wilson was allegedly in possession of an AK-47 with six high-capacity magazines and several rounds of ammunition, along with a 12-gauge shotgun.

It's time for a flu shot, even if it doesn't work well, doctors say

There are already signs the U.S. may be in for a nasty flu season.

Ad blacklists cost LGBTQ news sites revenue, study says

LGBTQ news sites are being denied revenue because words like “lesbian” and “bisexual” are being banned by clumsy advertising “block lists,” a study found.

Cokie Roberts, renowned journalist with ABC News, dies at 75

She was "a true pioneer for women in journalism" who will be dearly missed, said the ABC News president.

Draining Arizona: Residents say corporate mega-farms are drying up their wells

Those who can afford to drill the deepest wells are the ones who get the water, while those who can’t are forced to abandon their property.