The University of Michigan president wants to make sure qualified students are not kept out of college because of cost concerns. The ball is now in their court.
The Wayne County treasurer takes issue with a Bridge report that showed how the office benefits from the foreclosure wave.
Flint residents took to Lansing to deliver handwritten messages in water bottles to the governor. It’s the latest effort by residents to focus attention on poisoned water caused by government ineptitude.
Despite broad public support for protecting Michigan’s natural beauty, state and federal budget cuts may stall projects in a state that, after the Flint water disaster, has become synonymous with environmental risk.
Tourism officials are fighting to keep summer break through Labor Day to boost a critical Michigan industry. But school officials are fighting back, and this year they may win.
A state effort is underway to track school superintendents, principals.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley’s initiative would only double down on the inexperience that’s already hurting the Legislature’s ability to pass good policy