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Ford Motor Co. executive chairman Bill Ford Jr. said the success requires a better job of telling the story of Michigan.
The Republican candidates in Michigan's 4th Congressional District entered the final weeks of the primary trading misleading claims in TV ads that rely on deceptive tactics to distort the facts: State Sen. John Moolenaar accuses Paul Mitchell of "lining his pockets" with $100,000 in "Obama's stimulus."
After having successful freshman season and an even more impressive off-season, Detroit Cass Tech 2017 forward Donnie Tillman has decided to transfer from Cass Tech and take his talents to Findlay Prep in Neveda, which is known as one of the top high school basketball powerhouses in the country.
Greening of the Great Lakes host, Kirk Heinze , speaks with Lisa Wozniak , the Executive Director of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters , about who's really advocating for the long-term sustainability of Michigan's natural resources.
Gov. Rick Snyder has had a productive first term, but challenger Mark Schauer is showing more strength than expected at the polls.
A new hepatitis C treatment that costs $1,000 a pill will soon be given to some Michigan prison inmates.
A bill was introduced this month that would put an end to performing so-called conversion therapy on minors in the state of Michigan.
A female corrections officer at a Jackson prison was suspended Monday as officials investigate if she had inappropriate relations with an inmate.
It took him two tries, thwarting his state's voters' will, but Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder got his wish-a major city that is dead politically.
A Michigan man found a newborn abandoned on the side of the road after his dog pulled him over toward the baby.
Michigan's "Barbecue at the Big House" recruiting event Sunday didn't yield immediate results in terms of football commitments.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
MI ATH Brian Cole became the ninth commitment in the Michigan class on Saturday, when he announced his intention to commit to the Maize and Blue before the BBQ at the Big House even began.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Schauer today released a 24-page 'blueprint' to improve the state's economy, calling for increased spending on public education, a program to fix crumbling roads and bridges, and a 30% renewable energy standard he said would make Michigan a national leader.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Schauer today released a 24-page "blueprint" to improve the state's economy, calling for increased spending on public education, a program to fix crumbling roads and bridges, and a 30 percent renewable energy standard he said would make Michigan a national leader.
The GOP governor is counting on the state's modest economic recovery to propel him to victory in November -- and it looks like a pretty good bet.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 01:47 am
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