Out-of-state students boost university budgets

But enrollment shows 90 percent of students are from Michigan.

March 22, 2013
LANSING — When the state cuts funding to public higher education, universities generally react by raising tuition. Read More

State ag industry looks to attract new yogurt plant

March 13, 2013
LANSING — The state might get a yogurt plant that exclusively uses milk, fruit and sugar grown or produced in Michigan, but government officials and commodity groups are secretive about details. Read More

Pay-to-drive tax may be far down the road

Privacy concerns and required equipment are obstacles.

February 15, 2013
LANSING — As vehicles become more efficient and gas tax rates remain the same for decades, those taxes no longer provide enough money to pay for the building and upkeep of roads and bridges, the Snyder administration says. Read More