Quality of Life
Michigan is a great place to live. Bridge will report that fact often — and on potential threats to the assets that make it so.
Bridge is following 11 Michigan people and families throughout 2017 to try to pierce the bubbles in which they, and the rest of us, live.
Can 11 passionate Michigan residents and families reach across the political and cultural chasms that too often divide our state?
The gulf between us is bigger than ever. How do we find common ground?
Meet Dave and Sherri Frohreip from Newberry, in the U.P.
Nine starstruck Michiganders were delighted to share covered bridges, barn doors and their own dashing good looks to promote this year’s holiday catalog for the iconic retailer, which recently announced its sale to a rival
The cult-like hunting and outdoors retailer chose idyllic settings across wintry Michigan for this year’s Christmas catalog. Here’s the story behind each one.
Wildlife experts concerned about the spread of chronic wasting disease face off against more than a half-million deer hunters in Michigan. Money, as well as trophies, hang in the balance.
Michigan, like most states, will have to spend billions on aging water infrastructure. But cities like Grand Rapids, Ann Arbor and even tiny Manistee are already dipping their toes into innovative projects to keep surging stormwater at bay.
Severe storms have been a recurring disaster in basements across Detroit. The city’s drive to install rain gardens and other innovative infrastructure not only reduces flooding, but is far less expensive than adding more underground pipes
Legendary outdoors writer Eric Sharp shows you how to capture that eagle, moose, or other wonder of nature without spending a fortune on camera gear
Whether it’s lead paint in older homes, airborne pollutants from factories, or the everyday stress of life on the margins, poor and minority communities in Michigan too often bear the brunt of environmental peril.
Michigan's last two producing Upper Peninsula iron ore mines hang by a thread, as slumping ore prices cripple the industry