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A bill introduced in the state senate would prohibit taking a weapon into an airport.


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The National Park Service has confirmed that one wolf died in captivity during efforts to relocate it to Isle Royale National park.


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As of Monday, Michigan’s new work requirements for able-bodied food stamp recipients take effect.


Injury causes 1500 deaths per year

Oct 1, 2018
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Health officials said over ten-thousand people in Michigan are expected to be hospitalized for traumatic brain injuries this year. They said TBIs have resulted in over 1,500 deaths in the past three years.

 

Lynn Sutfin is a spokesperson for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. She said September is TBI awareness month.

 

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The aviation industry provides nearly 22 billion dollars annually to Michigan’s economy, and that’s not the only way it benefits the state.

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Bill package in state House would legally classify 17-year-olds as juveniles


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The Office of the Secretary of State says it expects long lines Monday as it eliminates driver responsibility fees.


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With November elections coming up fast, there’s a lot on voters’ minds. An event is scheduled in Petoskey to discuss some of the issues on this years ballot.

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The state House just passed a bill to let people register to vote online.


The office of the Auditor General testified Thursday in front of a house oversight committee on their audit of the state’s Child Protective Services.


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