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Michigan Heisman Trophy winner Charles Woodson shakes hands with a young fan Friday during the Mott Takeover on WTKA at the MDen.
Fri May 17, 2013
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Cancer, rape fraud case bowls over Mich. community
A Michigan woman gained the sympathy and admiration of her community as the subject of a newspaper's award-winning series about surviving rape.
Source: Former Michigan Congressman Mark Schauer Will Run For Governor
Former U.S. Rep. Mark Schauer of Michigan will seek the Democratic nomination for governor, a source close to him confirmed Tuesday.
Michigan AG Bill Schuette weighs in on IRS scandal, invites impacted groups to contact his office
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is calling on President Barack Obama to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the Internal Revenue Service and inviting local organizations who feel they were targeted by the agency to contact his office.
Earthquake in Canada shakes Saginaw, southeast Michigan; did you feel it?
Did you feel it? A U.S. Geological Survey map shows intensity of the earthquake based on observations from people in nearby cities.
Michigan rep proposes ban on late-night fireworks
Michigan's year-old law allowing the sale and use of airborne fireworks could be changed after it enflamed public complaints last summer because of late-night backyard blasting.
Michigan Fruit-Growers Seem to Have Dodged Bullet
Michigan fruit tree growers who suffered devastating freeze losses one year ago seem to have sustained less serious damage from this week's late frost.
Thu May 16, 2013
Retiring at 50: Could You Follow This Michigan Woman's Extreme Savings Plan?
Americans may be living longer, but our retirement plans aren't keeping up. Which means people are living longer with smaller bank accounts.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley returns to Brazil - his father's birth country - to promote Michigan exports
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, third from left, visited Brazil's BOVESPA, a stock exchange located in Sao Paulo on Monday, May 13, 2013.
Bill to Make Michigan Fund Schools' Mascot Changes
Crews are working to put out a structure fire at Morrill Hall on Michigan State's campus.
Bottoms up: Michigan Wine and Beer Fest at Michigan International Speedway set for Saturday
MLive.com Loreen Dwyer, left, of Tecumseh talks with Nancy Jakob of Chicago after the two shared a sample of wine Saturday afternoon at the 2012 Great Lakes Wine Festival at Michigan International Speedway.
Michigan Economy in 4th Year of Recovery, Housing Up
Lansing Police are searching for the driver who hit and killed a bicyclist then sped off.
Michigan's job, tax revenue futures brighten, economists say
Michigan is forecast to reach a pre-recession jobless rate of 6.9 percent in three years, while the state is reaping a multimillion-dollar tax windfall from investors who sold off stock last year in anticipation of higher tax rates.
Wed May 15, 2013
Variety of Indian corn that hasn't grown in Michigan for centuries is back
Children at a Mid-Michigan Boys and Girls Club will be getting a unique Michigan history lesson Wednesday evening.
Poll: Majority in Michigan now support gay marriage
A majority of Michiganians supports gay marriage and broadening rights for homosexuals, a dramatic reversal from just a few years ago, according to a statewide poll released Tuesday to The Detroit News and WDIV-TV Channel 4. Support for same-sex marriage has increased to 56.8 percent, up 12.5 percentage points from last year - movement fueled ... (more)
Detroit Free Press
Tax windfall brightens Michigan's budget picture
Welcome to the RETURN of our two-minute drill, which will give you a snapshot of what's going on... Michigan Gov.
Gov. Snyder projects $461 million budget surplus for Michigan
Gov. Rick Snyder's administration is projecting the state will have a $461.4 million budget surplus this year from an unexpected increase in tax revenue.
Waterloo Township church teams up with Michigan Search and Rescue to find unmarked, occupied graves
Chris Bean of Eaton Rapids, middle, and her doberman, Joe Pete, along with Joan Hoffman of Pleasant Lake, left, search a cemetery for unmarked graves on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at St.
University of Michigan announces new transportation research center
The creation of a new University of Michigan Mobility Transformation Center was announced Tuesday with the aim of changing the way we think about how people and products move from place to place.
Tue May 14, 2013
Pure Michigan targeting beer tourists with radio ads in Midwestern states
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced a new radio spot in major media markets in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Ontario, Ca., that will promote Michigan craft beer tourism.