The Michigan Economic Development Corp. Thursday announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of loans of up to $6.8 million for five growing Michigan companies through the Michigan Business Growth Fund – Loan Participation Program.
It’s time again for the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report to hit the Michigan highway for the GLITR Spring Tech tour 2012.
Thanks to a ringing cellphone with an incoming call from “Baby’s momma,” police in Michigan say they were able to track down a suspected robber.
A 31-year-old woman has been sentenced to at least 25 years in prison after being found guilty of molesting a 2-year-old girl she was babysitting.
Conditions are much worse to the north as a section of northbound I-75, near Bay City is closed due to white out conditions.
Michigan State football player Trenton Robinson says a Bay City police officer cursed at him and used unnecessary force during a December traffic stop.
The Consumers Energy Foundation announced that it is awarding $1.25 million in grants to 10 community projects as part of the utility’s 125th anniversary celebration.
According to the Michigan Attorney General, a former Bay City business manager allegedly embezzled at least $436,000 in pre-paid funeral funds and insurance premiums.
Consumers Energy said Friday it canceled a proposed 830-megawatt coal-fired power plant project in Essexville, near Bay City, and expects to shutter seven smaller coal units by 2015.
About $323,000 has been awarded to a hospital as part of a civil suit filed by the family of a Bay City man who froze to death after a power-limiting device was placed on his electricity meter because of unpaid bills.