Judge Keeps Michigan Oil Pipeline Case In Federal CourtA federal judge retained jurisdiction Tuesday in a dispute over a Canadian oil pipeline that runs through a section of the Great Lakes, rejecting Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's contention that the case belongs in state court.
New Law Could End Confusion In Michigan Over Flint NameKevin Stiff wants everyone to know that even though Flint Township, where he runs his small business, shares a name with the city that in recent years faced a lead-in-water crisis, they are not the same place.
Michigan Investing $173 Million into Struggling FamiliesThe funds will be spent on helping families with quality childcare and children’s savings accounts.
US Doesn't Object To Trial Delay In Whitmer Kidnapping CaseFederal prosecutors are not objecting to a delay in the fall trial of five men accused of planning to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Gov. Whitmer Vetoes Bill That Would Limit Virus-Related OrdersThe bill “would recklessly undermine” efforts by the Department of Health and Human Services to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Whitmer said.
Restaurants Struggle As They Rely On Takeout Orders To Stay AfloatThe wreaths at Jake’s Old City Grill in Saginaw are lit, but the booths and bar are empty.
Owosso Barber Opens Defying GOV OrderManke said he has never seen "such oppression" from a government. The barber said that after two weeks of "sitting around without a penny" from unemployment, he needed to get back to work.