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Michigan announced a new state record this week -- the recidivism rates in the state have dropped to an all time low.


Coalition hopes Congress will save Great Lakes funding

Feb 15, 2018
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Healing Our Waters, a coalition of environmental groups involved in protecting the Great Lakes, says President Trump’s 2019 budget and infrastructure plan are both “dead on arrival”.


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Lawmakers behind a bill package that some have accused of creating a “shadow government” say they are just trying to find balance.


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Gratiot County is part of a childcare desert, according to a group who want to bring a new childcare facility to the region.


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Lawmakers are considering a proposal to change how the state selects the governing bodies of three of its major universities.


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A group of Michigan businesses released a letter Monday calling on Governor Snyder to veto a package of bills that would set up an industry-led panel to review and approve DEQ regulations.


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Michigan State University wants to improve communication among its medical colleges and clinics.


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Public universities might risk losing a portion of their state funding for failing to meet benchmarks to prevent campus sexual misconduct.


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The 2018 Central Michigan International Film Festival kicks off tonight in Mount Pleasant. The features both Michigan-produced fare and Oscar-nominated films.

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An environmental group launched a ballot initiative Monday to require energy companies in Michigan to use 30 percent renewable energy by 2030.


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