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Backers of a new sex offender bill that passed unanimously in the Michigan Senate are hoping the measure passes just as handily in the House when it comes up to vote.
Should sexual orientation be a protected class (like race and gender) to prevent discrimination?
What's the best route to energy independence?
Longtime Detroit broadcaster Dwayne X. Riley, a 35-year veteran of Channel 4 died Wednesday after heart surgery at St. Johns Hospital in Detroit.
There's still action on the ice of the Wexford County Civic Center, but if the action is to continue, a non-profit group may have to step up to keep the doors open.
After an hour-long meeting Wednesday, Diggins Hill Committee Chairman Bill Allen said he saw all he needed to see in terms of the potential for a new dog park in Cadillac.
The Cadillac Leadership Class is looking to make its recently selected project something both the city of Cadillac and the program's participants will be proud of.
The Lights of Love memorial service takes place today at noon in the McAuley Center, Mercy Hospital Cadillac.
A writer in the Dec. 2 Cadillac News brought us a history lesson on the phrase "In God We Trust."
A Cadillac man apparently decided to close out a night of drinking by taking a few punches at a neighbor, although for what reason is not clear.
Two men have been charged with car theft and arson for their alleged involvement in the theft of a pickup from a downtown Cadillac gas station Nov. 27. Timothy Scott Mahaffey, 34, and Nicholas James Levi Osborn, 19, each have been arraigned in 84th District Court as codefendants on charges of car theft and fourth-degree arson tied to the theft of a ... (more)
U.S. manufacturing grew in November at the fastest pace in 2 1/2 years as factories ramped up production, stepped up hiring and received orders at a healthy clip.
The Wexford County Board of Commissioners Wednesday will consider approving a budget that could lead to the closure next year of the Wexford County Civic Center.
Local mixed martial artists will match up inside a steel cage at The Wexford County Civic Center to help families in need.
An upcoming meeting should get a few tails a waggin' when a new park for dogs will be the topic of discussion.
In June 2012, after years of discussions, the city council voted to adopt an ethics ordinance for both staff and elected officials.