The latest awards and certifications from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
Officials say 17 students have been charged following a fight last month in a West Michigan high school cafeteria that police broke up with pepper spray.
A ‘boatload of data’ will be collected during the third and final research season of Grand Valley State University’s Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center’s offshore wind assessment.
AT&T Inc. said Wednesday it has turned on what it says is the nation’s fastest 4G LTE network in Kalamazoo, bringing customers the latest generation of wireless network technology.
The All-American virtual assistance firm LongerDays.com recorded a 112 percent increase in revenue during 2012 — surpassing its 2011 record growth of 93 percent.
In an effort to help shape the future of the educational experience for Michigan’s school-age children, plans are being finalized for a gathering of the schools’ various stakeholder groups in Lansing this June for a day of presentations, networking and planning.
A West Michigan defense lawyer who previously had his law license suspended following problems with cocaine is facing a new drug-related charge.
The eight expansions are expected to generate up to $95.8 million in new capital investments and add 789 new jobs in Michigan.
The owner of a stolen stash of pornography said his collection is worth roughly $6,500.
More than 20 investors have joined forces along the Lake Michigan shore to create a new Muskegon-based angel investment group.