Michigan law requires educators to immediately report suspected abuse. But when a 13-year-old told Northern Michigan Christian Academy officials her teacher sexually assaulted her in 2004, they didn’t call police or child protection workers.
It’s a lonely but rewarding life, growing trees in northern Michigan and selling them nationwide. But a shortage this year means many farmers sold out early and are heading home for the holidays for the first time in years.
Trying to head off infections from the new omicron variant, the University of Michigan and MSU are mandating employees and students who were vaccinated more than six months ago to get booster shots as soon as possible.
The Natural Resources Commission will open the Saginaw River to walleye fishing during spawning season, beginning in 2023. The state hopes expanded walleye fishing will lift populations of yellow perch in Saginaw Bay.
When Attorney General Dana Nessel dropped a federal lawsuit over the fate of Line 5 and reactivated a mothballed state-level suit, she had hoped for better odds before a state judge. Enbridge wants to undermine that strategy.