Michigan Police Dog To Be Honored Alongside Fallen OfficersA Midland-based organization that pays respects to fallen police officers is set to honor a police dog that died last week.
Police: 2 Dead After Crash Into Closed Michigan SchoolThe dean of students said classroom damage at the school was "shocking" to see.
Owl Recovering After Hitting Car Window On Halloween In Mid-Michigan"The next 48 hours will be vital," police said.
Midland Court Judges Step In After Colleague Announces Halt To All Marriage CeremoniesJudge Michael D. Carpenter said the court can perform marriages but isn't required to.
Dow Chemical Offers Cash To Michigan Residents With Land In FloodplainThe company says property owners would get $10,000, plus $1,000 per acre, for a permanent easement.
Marine From Michigan Dies In Fort Bragg TrainingSteven Szymanski, of Midland, Michigan, died around 5 p.m. Tuesday in a "vehicular mishap." The death remains under investigation.
Tech Earnings: Dow Corning, Rofin-SinarBoth Midland-based Dow Corning Corp. and Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc. of Plymouth reported earnings this week for the quarter ended Dec. 31.
Dow Stock Surges As Company Bounces Back To ProfitDow Chemical Co. reported fourth quarter net income of $963 million, or 79 cents a share, in the fourth quarter of 2013, compared to a loss of $716 million, or 61 cents a share, in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Michigan-Built Online Tool Boosts Tourism, Economic DevelopmentA Midland husband-and-wife team of IT and map enthusiasts has combined the two into an online tool that gives users an easy and compelling way to share stories on a map.
Dow Sells Out Of Battery SubsidiaryMidland's Dow Chemical Co. said late Friday it had sold its interest in Dow Kokam LLC, a battery maker, to a company created by Maryland-based Townsend Ventures.
8 Michigan Cities To Get Help On Development ProjectsEight Michigan cities have been selected to receive technical assistance with key economic development projects.
Dow Makes Sochi '14 Carbon Neutral For Athletes, Media and SpectatorsDow Chemical Co. (NYSE: DOW) says it's offsetting the estimated travel-related greenhouse gas emissions of athletes, media and spectators to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games this winter in Sochi, Russia.