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Anne Seurynck

Law firm elects first woman president

A local law firm selected the chair of its executive committee. Read More

Plainfield Water tower

Wolverine formalizes $69.5M settlement with state, townships

Wolverine Worldwide has formally signed the $69.5 million settlement agreement that will extend municipal water to the townships affected by PFAS contamination of groundwater. Read More

Michigan bottle law

Legislation would update Michigan’s bottle deposit law

(As seen on WZZM TV 13) A bipartisan group of lawmakers last month introduced legislation to update Michigan’s bottle bill with the goal of increasing recycling rates and cracking down on fraud and abuse. Read More

Katie Roskam

Law firm expands southeast presence

A local law firm has added new partners with an emphasis on beefing up its presence on the east side of the state. Read More

Michigan man serving up to 60 years for pot seeks release

MUSKEGON — A Michigan man sentenced to up to 60 years in prison in 1996 for a marijuana-dealing conviction is hoping to cut his remaining time behind bars. Read More

Judge rules on Michigan's sex offender registry challenge

DETROIT — A federal judge told state officials Friday that the Michigan Legislature needs to bring portions of its sex offender registry law into compliance with constitutional requirements. Read More

Woman gets probation for striking black man, hurling slurs

A white woman who used racial slurs as she attacked a black car salesman at a western Michigan dealership has avoided jail, despite a tearful appeal from the victim for her to be given time behind bars. Read More

State cites problems with police database under construction

LANSING — Michigan officials ordered a private contractor to halt work on a multimillion-dollar state police database because it isn't working, a newspaper reported. Read More

Michigan Legislature OKs more tax breaks for data center

The Republican-led Michigan Senate on Tuesday approved additional tax breaks for a major Grand Rapids-area data center, sending the bill to Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for her expected signature. Read More

Brewery reopens Detroit taproom after lawsuit settlement

DETROIT — A brewery reopened a Detroit taproom months after settling a racial discrimination lawsuit by a black former employee. Read More

Michigan to educate drivers about big insurance changes

LANSING — Michigan's top insurance regulator said the state is committed to helping drivers navigate a new law that will let motorists save money by foregoing unlimited medical coverage for crash injuries. Read More