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Want a better SAT score in Michigan? Book your hotel now.

August 22, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Arson finally on decline in Detroit. Now for the bad news.

August 22, 2017

Joel Kurth

A modest proposal: Michigan’s economic policies should focus on increasing incomes for all

August 22, 2017

Lou Glazer

Developers, including Gilbert, inquire about Michigan brownfield incentive

August 21, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Michigan food makers hope to fill China’s appetite

August 21, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Gov. Snyder has the power to grant second chances. He should use it.

August 18, 2017

Natalie Holbrook, D. Korbin Felder

Three great Michigan universities are driving innovation. Why is funding still flagging?

August 18, 2017

Lou Anna K. Simon, Mark Schlissel, M. Roy Wilson

Bridge is having a birthday, and you're invited

August 18, 2017

Bridge Staff

The disappearing cashier. And why Michigan should worry.

August 17, 2017

Alexandra Schmidt

If you don’t want to lose your job to a robot, don’t think like one

August 17, 2017

Nancy Derringer

Four tips for staying employed in the age of artificial intelligence

August 17, 2017

Nancy Derringer

MICHIGAN JOURNALISM JOB OPENING: Environmental/Pure Michigan Business Reporter – Bridge Magazine

August 17, 2017

Bridge Staff

Bridge Magazine is hiring for a new Michigan Environment Reporter

August 17, 2017

John Bebow

Here’s what Michigan lawmakers have to say about Charlottesville, Trump’s ‘both sides’

August 16, 2017

Bridge Staff

A crusading attorney helped free a man framed for murder. They both ended up dead.

August 15, 2017

Ron French

Where can you carry a gun in Michigan? It’s complicated. (How much? Take our quiz)

August 15, 2017

Ron French

How many concealed weapons are there in YOUR county? (Interactive map)

August 15, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Five questions about Foxconn: If Wisconsin balks, what’s it mean for Michigan?

August 14, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

I was a public-school Bart Simpson. I have zero tolerance for ‘zero tolerance.’

August 11, 2017

Alex Rossman

A drug called Spinraza could save my life. Will Michigan let it?

August 11, 2017

Kristen Milefchik

Michigan failing its special needs children, parents and studies say.

August 10, 2017

Chastity Pratt Dawsey

The latest hurdle to employment in Michigan? Traffic fines.

August 10, 2017

Chad Livengood

Michigan’s segregated past – and present (Told in 9 interactive maps)

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Michigan’s economy is broken. And neither party is offering real solutions.

August 8, 2017

Lou Glazer

Saginaw, then and now

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Pontiac, then and now

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Muskegon, then and now

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Kalamazoo, then and now

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Flint, then and now

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Grand Rapids, then and now

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Detroit, then and now

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Bay City, then and now

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Battle Creek, then and now

August 8, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Programs help Michigan food, agriculture companies expand

August 7, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

How to keep a millennial at your company? It ain’t with a ping-pong table

August 7, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

‘Detroit’ movie is an orgy of violence that doesn’t show my city

August 4, 2017

Donna L. Givens

If the government wants your property, what should it pay for it?

August 4, 2017

Alan Ackerman

Fewer college students want to be teachers, and why it matters (searchable database)

August 3, 2017

Nancy Derringer

The destruction of Obamacare would hurt Michigan students

August 3, 2017

Ron Koehler

Botched elections. Missing ballots. Is this any way to run a democracy?

August 1, 2017

Joel Kurth

Despite economic growth, Michigan budget to face steep challenges

August 1, 2017

Eric Lupher

‘Good Jobs’ law may depend on the definition of good

July 31, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Q-and-A: New MEDC chief offers blueprint for Michigan’s economy

July 31, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Green grows the algae bloom, and not enough is being done about it

July 28, 2017

Bill Richardson

The future of manufacturing is here for the taking in Michigan

July 28, 2017

Tom Kelly

Lessons learned: Big money alone can’t fix public schools

July 27, 2017

Chastity Pratt Dawsey

Kalkaska’s village president is as ignorant about Muslims as he is hateful

July 27, 2017

Muzammil Ahmed, Steve Spreitzer

With fewer farmhands, Michigan farmers more willing to buy worker visas

July 25, 2017

Ted Roelofs

Detroit Police killed their sons at the Algiers Motel. No one ever said sorry.

July 25, 2017

Danielle McGuire

Toasting 200 years of leadership by the University of Michigan

July 25, 2017

Phil Power

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