Michigan Senate Passes $4.4B In K-12 Aid After Deal StruckThe Michigan Senate voted unanimously Tuesday to allocate nearly $4.4 billion in federal COVID-19 aid to K-12 schools after Republican lawmakers and Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration reached an agreement.
Gov. Whitmer: Holding Back Federal Virus Aid ‘Cruel And Reckless’Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Thursday that she will not cede her authority to issue certain COVID-19 restrictions, calling Republicans’ attempt to hold back federal pandemic relief funding unless she changes course “cruel and reckless.”
Michigan Secures Federal Money to Build Two New Veterans HomesLANSING (AP) — Michigan has secured federal funding to build two veterans homes in Grand Rapids and the Detroit area.
Feds Arrest Fugitive Wanted For Murder Of WSU StudentThe U.S. Marshals office says Anton Blevins was captured in Las Vegas. He allegedly provided gun used to kill Cortez Smith.
Clock Ticks As Government Shut Down NearsThe clock is ticking on another temporary spending bill for the federal government.
Federal Money Sits Unused The city of Detroit is still sitting on much of a pot of federal money meant to weatherize the homes of low income residents.
Four Injured In Explosion At Virginia Auto Parts PlantA spokesman for an auto parts supplier says four people have been injured in an explosion at the company's plant in Blacksburg.
Livingston County Man Facing Child Porn ChargesFederal investigation alleges Marcus Wilson and another man would pose their respective children in a sexually explicit manner during web-based video chat sessions so the other could observe.
Experimental Plane Crash At Oakland-Troy AirportThe pilot told emergency personnel that just before touching down the left wing of the plane "dipped abruptly" hitting the runway and damaging the landing gear.
UM Profs Continue To Report On Federal Energy SystemTwo University of Michigan professors contributed to a White House report this week that calls for the United States to craft a government-wide federal energy policy and update it regularly with strategic reviews every four years. The report provides a roadmap for the federal role in transforming the U.S. energy system within one to two decades -- a transformation that is necessary, the report concludes, for reasons of economic competitiveness, environmental stewardship and national security.
Event Notices From December 2
Feds Propose Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels
Audit: No Money Missing At Bank
Casino Winner, Loser May Catch Break
Judge Orders New Trial For Husband Killer