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The Michigan Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether schools can legally ban guns.

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Singer Rihanna denounced an ad that appeared on Snapchat making a game of domestic violence that featured photographs of her and Chris Brown. And the social media app's stock price went tumbling.

"Now SNAPCHAT I know you already know you ain't my fav app out there," Rihanna said in a statement posted Thursday on rival social media platform Instagram, where she has 61 million followers. "I'd love to call it ignorance, but I know you ain't that dumb! You spent money to animate something that would intentionally bring shame to DV victims and made a joke of it!!!"

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The National Park Service announced a plan to reintroduce 20 to 30 wolves to Isle Royale. They’re hoping the move helps balance out a growing moose population on Isle Royale.

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The Michigan Supreme Court will hear arguments next month in a case that pits school districts against advocates who say people should be allowed to carry firearms in schools.

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You might soon be able to register to vote from the comfort of your home. Lawmakers in the state Senate passed a bill Thursday for online voter registration.

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The investigation continues on the officer involved shooting in Midland County.

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Governor Snyder this week declared a state of disaster in several Michigan counties following February's widespread flooding.

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State officials have released new guidelines for fish consumption in Crawford, Oscoda, and Kent counties. The information is being released early to help address concerns over contamination.


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A nonprofit company in Flint  has received a 125- thousand dollar grant to help promote innovations in clean energy.

The 2018 season of Central Stage continues Thursday at 2:00 pm on WCMU.  It’s our series of performances by faculty artists and student ensembles from Central Michigan University’s SCHOOL of MUSIC.  Dr. Sue Gamble, professor emerita of Music Education is host.  

This week, Tchaikovsky’s Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello in A minor, his only piano trio and a moving tribute to the composer’s friend Nicolai Rubinstein.  The performance features violinist, Fangye Sun, pianist, Casey Robards and cellist, Daniel Tressel.

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The state Senate passed legislation sponsors say will increase the rights of victims of sexual assault.

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A new bill in Lansing could help settle missing persons cases faster through the use of a public database.