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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

He started the Detroit riot. His son wrestles with the carnage.

July 21, 2017

Bill McGraw

A society of wimps

July 18, 2017

T. R. Shaw Jr.

100 workers recalled. Then they all flunked their drug tests.

July 18, 2017

Chad Selweski

Rising smoke, and terror on Detroit streets during 1967 violence

July 17, 2017

Phil Power

In Michigan: Who wins, who loses if GOP efforts slay Obamacare

July 17, 2017

Ted Roelofs

Voter information is already publicly available. And that’s all the Trump administration is getting.

July 14, 2017

Barb Byrum

He became famous defending ‘Algiers Motel’ cops. Deal with it.

July 13, 2017

Joel Kurth

A tale of two Rust Belts: Why Ann Arbor and Kalamazoo thrive, and factory towns struggle.

July 13, 2017

John Austin

Fireworks, parades, and a partisan divide that won’t go away

July 11, 2017

Ron French

Revisiting Ben Shomo

July 11, 2017

Ron French

The seduction and sin of fake news

July 11, 2017

Phil Power

Revisiting Asandi Conner

July 11, 2017

Nancy Derringer

Revisiting John Hulett

July 11, 2017

Ron French

Revisiting Wilfredo Diaz

July 11, 2017

Pat Shellenbarger

Revisiting Ron Price

July 11, 2017

Pat Shellenbarger

Revisiting Aric Knuth and Jim Leija

July 11, 2017

Ron French

Revisiting Dave and Sherri Frohriep

July 11, 2017

Ron French

Revisiting Hussein and Mariam Charara

July 11, 2017

Nancy Derringer

Revisiting Cynthia Shafer

July 11, 2017

Ron French

Revisiting Lisa King

July 11, 2017

Ron French

Revisiting Tom Herbon

July 11, 2017

Ron French

Share your 1967 recollections and attend showing of documentary on Detroit uprisings

July 11, 2017

Bridge Staff

Can a Chilean forestry company revive Grayling?

July 10, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Grayling dusts off downtown with brewpubs, galleries

July 10, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Forestry company says it won’t do harm to trout fishing paradise

July 10, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Kids count, but to judge from Michigan’s well-being data, not very much

July 7, 2017

David McGhee

The EM law isn’t the whole problem for Michigan cities, but it’s far from a solution

July 7, 2017

Dayne Walling

Reviving war on drugs could carry big costs in Michigan

July 6, 2017

Nancy Derringer

Can Detroit find salvation through demolition?

July 6, 2017

Joel Kurth

Detroit is razing thousands of homes. It won’t fix much.

July 6, 2017

Joel Kurth

Bulldoze away: Some Detroit neighborhoods need thinning out

July 6, 2017

Joel Kurth

Retraction: A Bridge story on a student accepted at Harvard turns out to be a hoax

June 30, 2017

Bridge Staff

Lansing Republicans drop the mantle of ‘local control’

June 29, 2017

Ted Roelofs

Amid protests over Trump, Muslims and guns, two enemies in Kalkaska bond near a giant trout

June 29, 2017

Ron French

A day in the life of one Detroit high-crime neighborhood

June 29, 2017

Lester Graham

Only in a fantasy world do tax cuts pay for themselves

June 29, 2017

Charles Ballard

Democrats and Republicans agree: Shut down Enbridge Line 5

June 27, 2017

Bob Campbell

A cheat sheet to the Enbridge Line 5 controversy

June 27, 2017

Bob Campbell

Gerrymandered political districts poison democracy

June 27, 2017

Phil Power

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