Scenes For The Annual Mackinac Policy ConferenceCoverage from the Mackinac Policy Conference
Prevailing Wage Bill to Proceed After Court Declines AppealMichigan lawmakers could begin voting as soon as next week on veto-proof legislation to repeal Michigan's prevailing wage law.
Business conference on Mackinac Island is underwayAbout 1,700 business, political and civil leaders are gathering on Mackinac Island for an annual policy conference hosted by the Detroit Regional Chamber.
Michigan Matters: Talk Of Mackinac, Elections And BusinessIn advance of 1,700 folks making their annual pilgrimage to Mackinac for the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Policy Conference, three high profile leaders from organizations got together  to highlight issues that will dominate that confab.
Mackinac Bridge Reopens Again After Closing For Falling IceThe Mackinac Bridge connecting Michigan's Upper and Lower peninsulas has reopened to traffic after closing twice within hours because of falling ice.
Gas Company Insists Mackinac Pipelines Are Safe Despite Worn-Away CoveringOfficials with Enbridge Inc. said the exterior material is not essential to the pipes' integrity and there is no reason for concern.
Thousands In Michigan Join Labor Day Marches, Bridge WalksUnder a light rain, Gov. Rick Snyder and Lt. Gov. Brian Calley have led thousands of people in a Labor Day tradition, a 5-mile walk across the Mackinac Bridge.
'Michigan Matters': Protecting Our Most Valuable Resource ... WaterThree community acitivists -- Peggy Case, Jim Lively and Liz Kirkwood -- appeared on "Michigan Matters" and told host Carol Cain their thoughts on how the state is doing in in protecting our rivers, streams and lakes.
State of Detroit Families - Dispatch From Mackinac, Part IIIIn Brightmoor, a new Meijer store is a big deal. The store bring close to 300 good jobs to families in Detroit and much more than that.
Faster Pace Expected For Weekend Race To MackinacThe forecast is for bigger winds and faster times.
Mackinac Island: Victorian Charm In Modern EraIt's free to walk along the streets on Mackiniac Island, where you'll find shops, churches, museums and other buildings. You'll also see lots of horses and carriages in lieu of cars.