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Governor Gretchen Whitmer has canceled the pending sale of a former correctional facility in Ionia to a private prison company, Immigration Centers of... [Read More]
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Early this month, judges in five Michigan district courts started using a new tool to make bond decisions. It's part of a new pilot program... [Read More]
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John Dingell died the same day the "Green New Deal" appeared in Washington. Michigan's legendary congressman would not have approved. This driving force... [Read More]
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African proverbs and pictures of Harriet Tubman line the hallways at Paul Robeson/Malcolm X Academy in Detroit, one of Detroit's few remaining schools that... [Read More]
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Today on Stateside , the EPA on Thursday released a plan to deal with contamination from per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances – better known as PFAS.... [Read More]
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Universities are beginning to pay more attention to first-generation students, or those of whom are the first in their families to obtain a higher... [Read More]
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Michigan lawmakers introduced new bills designed to make polluters pay. It requires that the polluter clean up the pollutant as much as technically... [Read More]
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It's early in the morning in the shop of Johnson's Sporting Goods in Adrian. Steven Durren is using a rasp to form a rifle stock.... [Read More]
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I can tell you that the cartoon this week is not partisan, but that's really for you to decide. On the surface, it's me quoting... [Read More]
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Emma Dale was a freshman reporter, covering the student government beat at Central Michigan University in 2016, when she got wind of a story: the... [Read More]
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A number of environmental groups, Democratic politicians, and citizens who live in areas contaminated with PFAS are criticizing Thursday's PFAS Action Plan... [Read More]
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State and local officials are conducting new tests to check the spread of the 1,4-dioxane plume in groundwater in Ann Arbor's West Park area. Dan... [Read More]
Governor Gretchen Whitmer's plan to restructure the state Department of Environmental Quality is dead. The Senate voted to overturn the order on Thursday. [Read More]
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Today on Stateside , we talk about what's in the Environment Protection Agency's new plan to address PFAS contamination. Plus, Valentine's Day is all about... [Read More]
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Past and present political leaders from both sides of the aisle gathered today at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Washington, D.C. for the funeral mass... [Read More]
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Most Detroit landlords will no longer be able do to criminal background checks on potential tenants until they've otherwise completed the rental... [Read More]
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State regulators are projecting an $18.2 million sales tax windfall from sales of medical marijuana this fiscal year. 7,002 pounds of medical marijuana... [Read More]
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U.S. District Judge George Steeh has ordered Eastern Michigan University to reinstate its women's varsity softball and tennis teams by fall of 2019. In his... [Read More]
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Family members of Wayne County Treasurer Eric Sabree bought tax-foreclosed properties at auction in the county then ran up delinquent tax bills. Those... [Read More]
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Detroit's mayor calls Michigan's no-fault auto insurance law "morally indefensible." Mayor Mike Duggan took his campaign to change the law to the state... [Read More]
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