ARTICLES

Ceiling collapse kills one worker, injures another

August 2, 2017
| By AP
Authorities said one worker has died and another has been injured after a section of ceiling collapsed at a civic center in the region. Read More

Energy company wins appeal in suit over man's health

July 26, 2017
| By AP
LANSING — The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled in favor of an energy company in a dispute over whether a disastrous oil spill caused a man's health problems. Read More

State files charges against ex-workers at veterans home

July 25, 2017
| By AP
Eleven former workers at a state veterans home in Grand Rapids have been charged with keeping false records. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court rules on land-transfer case

July 19, 2017
| By AP
Two northern Michigan townships have won a key ruling from the Michigan Supreme Court in a dispute over valuable land for a commercial project. Read More

Law school hosting panel on human trafficking

July 18, 2017
| By AP
Several community leaders are expected to participate in a panel discussion on human trafficking on Wednesday. Read More

State approves police body-camera law

July 14, 2017
| By AP
LANSING — Beginning in January, Michigan will have rules in place for the disclosure and retention of audio or video recordings from body cameras worn by police officers. Read More

Attorney general: Schools with Native American mascots can't lose state aid

July 12, 2017
| By AP
LANSING — The superintendent of Michigan schools doesn't have authority to cut off tax dollars to districts with Native American mascots. Read More

MEDC names CEO

July 11, 2017
| By AP
LANSING — The new CEO at the Michigan Economic Development Corp. said “ongoing support for communities of all sizes around the state and the ongoing development of the talent pipeline" is key to the “continued growth” of the state. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court reviewing inheritance case

July 10, 2017
| By AP
The Michigan Supreme Court is digging deeper into a case of a lawyer and his sons who inherited millions of dollars from a client. Read More

US Supreme Court decision could affect Michigan case

July 5, 2017
| By AP
An attorney in the area said a U.S. Supreme Court decision about state aid to a church preschool could have an impact on a Michigan lawsuit. Read More