- people on the move
September 4, 2015
LANSING — There’s no way for a state to give back time — sometimes decades — to people who served in prison for crimes they didn’t commit. Read More
Businesses are still determining uses for unmanned aerial vehicles.
May 29, 2015
LANSING — Seems like every day we’re hearing something new about drones, whether it’s military use of drones overseas, Amazon floating the idea of creating a drone delivery system, journalists using drones to report stories — or even just a neighbor down the street who bought a drone for fun. Read More
April 24, 2015
LANSING — As communities across the country confront mistrust between police and citizens, organizations across Michigan are working to build relationships officials hope can avoid unrest. Read More
Kent County makes effort to educate parents.
April 3, 2015
LANSING — The percentage of parents in Michigan who opt out of vaccinations for their children is more than three times the national average, but the numbers vary greatly depending on where you’re looking. Read More
Despite slashes that could reach $200M, Snyder’s plan does benefit some programs.
March 20, 2015
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder’s fiscal year 2016 budget proposal came on the heels of an executive order that cut $106 million from the current budget, and legislators are now considering slashing $100 million more to address an unexpected deficit. Read More
Senate Fiscal Agency projects the law will bring in $50M in new revenue annually.
January 30, 2015
LANSING — Many businesses across Michigan will benefit from a new law that subjects online retailers such as Amazon and Overstock.com to the same 6 percent sales tax that “brick-and-mortar” businesses collect from consumers. Read More