2 Ex-Detroit Lions' Denied Applications For Medical Marijuana Venture
Two former Detroit Lions players have been denied preliminary applications for medical marijuana growing, processing and provisioning facilities. Matt Yurus reports.

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Michigan Republicans Vote To Delay Minimum Wage Increase, Change Paid Sick Time LawsThe Republican-led Michigan Legislature on Tuesday passed bills that would delay a minimum wage hike and scale back paid sick leave requirements. Matt Yurus reports.
High School Newspaper Suspended After Publishing ‘Disruptive’ InvestigationA high school newspaper in northwest Arkansas has been reinstated after it was suspended for publishing an article criticizing the transfer of five football players to a rival high school. Matt Yurus reports.
Officials Say Milestone Reached In Lead Line Work in Flint, Environmental Group DisagreesOfficials in Flint say they are ahead of schedule replacing the lead service lines from its contaminated water crises, but critics disagree. Ken Molestina reports.
Michigan Matters: Coding the Future and GM’s DownsizingAs Grand Circus Detroit celebrates its sixth year of helping people learn computer coding, the need for such skills is greater than ever as people look to retool their careers following more layoffs in the Motor City.
Groups Oppose Thomas Jefferson Plantation Exhibit Coming To The Charles H. Wright MuseumA coalition of community groups is opposing a planned Thomas Jefferson Monticello plantation exhibit coming to Detroit. Matt Yurus reports.
GM To Stop Production Of 6 Vehicles, Close 3 Michigan Plants And Eliminate Thousands Of JobsGeneral Motors on Monday announced a major restructuring of its global business, saying it will shut production at five facilities in North America and slash its staff. Ken Molestina reports.

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