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Meijer recalls certain packaged produce

October 23, 2017
| By AP
Meijer is recalling some packaged produce items in six states due to potential listeria contamination. Read More

Philanthropist Helen DeVos dies

October 19, 2017
| By AP
Helen J. DeVos, a philanthropist known for her support of children's health, Christian education and the arts, has died at 90, her family said Thursday. Read More

State approves law ensuring cop misconduct disclosed in hiring

October 18, 2017
| By AP
LANSING — Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has signed legislation aiming to prevent police misconduct from being kept secret when officers leave for a job at another department. Read More

Man finds another tannery dump site

October 17, 2017
| By AP
Another leather tannery waste dump site has been found in suburban Grand Rapids, prompting worries that chemical-laced debris may be in a wider area than previously known. Read More

State hosts public hearing on lakeshore development

October 16, 2017
| By AP
State environmental regulators will take public comments on Tuesday night on a plan to build a private marina and nearly 40 home sites near the Saugatuck Dunes State Park. Read More

Deal ends legal challenge over tourism room tax

October 13, 2017
| By AP
GLEN ARBOR — A tourism bureau in Michigan will stop collecting a room tax from two inns after a lawsuit challenged whether the levy was legal. Read More

School receives bottled water amid tests for hazardous chemicals

October 12, 2017
| By AP
Officials are shutting off drinking fountains and providing bottled water at a middle school in the area, as they test water for possible hazardous chemicals from a decades-old tannery waste dump site nearby. Read More

Man dies after trench collapses

October 11, 2017
| By AP
A man has been killed in a trench collapse while working with his father. Read More

Dairy farm owner pleads guilty to using illegal labor

October 10, 2017
| By AP
CASS CITY — The owner of two Michigan dairy farms pleaded guilty to harboring workers who were in the U.S. illegally and agreed to pay nearly $1.4 million to the government. Read More

2 fired Kroger workers lose appeal

October 9, 2017
| By AP
MILAN — Two Kroger employees who were fired have lost their case at a federal appeals court. Read More