Life sciences, hospitals, legislation, medical research and pharmaceuticals
LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration is proceeding with plans to set what may be some of the country's strictest and most far-reaching limits on "forever chemicals" in drinking water. Read More
Owner of Alliant Enterprises assists veterans reacclimating into society.
As a former member of the U.S. Air Force, Bob Taylor understands what it means to be a military veteran and works to helps others like him. Read More
LANSING — A lawsuit contends that some changes made to Michigan's auto insurance law are unconstitutional. Read More
Holland Home, Clark Retirement among those expanding units to accommodate retiring baby boomers.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Senior community leaders in West Michigan are rushing to meet an increase of new and prospective elder residents, and signs are pointing to a strong home seller’s market. Read More
Each school year, students spend up to 1,000 hours in the classroom. Every minute of every one of those hours is crucial, as young people’s minds are developed and prepared to grow up to become the next generation of brilliant thinkers and problem-solvers. Read More
A Grand Rapids organization has released a book to help people make healthier choices when it comes to alcohol consumption. Read More