October 31, 2017 | Chad Selweski
The Enbridge pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac gets all the attention. But a sprawling industrial complex in Ontario has a long history of chemical spills and botched communications with its coastal neighbors in Michigan.
July 18, 2017 | Chad Selweski
Michigan companies can’t fill jobs because too many people have opioids or pot in their systems. Is the answer more testing? Or none?
April 11, 2017 | Chad Selweski
Rural counties across a band of northern Michigan have disability rates up to 18 percent, with little hope these former workers will return to jobs. Experts are trying to reverse the trend.
November 3, 2016 | Chad Selweski
Remember when Flint’s crisis had everybody calling for upgrades to pipes and mains? That’ll be very expensive, and the new Great Lakes Water Authority has lots of other problems to address
August 4, 2016 | Chad Selweski
Expect plenty of anti-free-trade rhetoric this fall as the Clinton-Trump presidential campaign hits Michigan. But the economic record doesn’t quite match the rhetoric.
May 5, 2016 | Chad Selweski
The popular congresswoman is turning from Washington to pursue an obscure post that few people ever cared about. Until Flint.
February 16, 2016 | Chad Selweski
A state-of-the-art water contaminant warning system protected more than 4 million people in southeast Michigan. But a few years back, communities began to pull out of the network, to save money. After Flint, was that a mistake?
August 11, 2015 | Chad Selweski
As President Obama tries to sell Congress and the U.S. people on a nuclear deal with Iran, legislators in Lansing are pushing for ratcheting up state-level sanctions to discourage companies in the state from doing business with Iran.
July 14, 2015 | Chad Selweski
Harold Haugh has been vilified for helping to legalize high-powered fireworks in Michigan. He says the law has proved an economic boon to the state.