The Michigan Public Service Commission approves a $368 million increase on Friday. The utility says it needs to raise rates to improve, diversify service.
The United Auto Workers began a strike against the Big Three on Friday, walking out at three U.S. factories, including one in Michigan. Much is at stake, for workers and the industry.
The Citizens Research Council of Michigan suggests the state should invest heavily in roads and power lines if it wants to jump-start stagnant population.
Access to the drug should increase in coming days after thousands of kits are shipped. Michigan has allowed over-the-counter sales since 2017, but not all pharmacies carried the drug that reverses overdoses.
Yellowjackets are at their annoying, vicious peak in September. They won’t think twice about attacking to protect their colony.
Consumers Energy and DTE Energy could face penalties for frequent and long power outages. The Michigan Public Service Commission has grilled the two companies for months over customer complaints.
The vast majority lost coverage because they had not filled out and returned state forms required to maintain enrollment. More are likely to be kicked off over the next year.
Michigan schools are responsible for supplying items that students need to learn. But teachers continue to spend hundreds of dollars from their own pockets and routinely ask families, friends and strangers to help.
The marijuana industry brought in $276 million last month and is projected to cross $3 billion in revenues for the first time this year. But some businesses continue to struggle from a glut of shops and relatively low prices.
Smoke blowing from Canadian wildfires hits Michigan again prompting an air quality alert. Haze from hundreds of fires has remained an issue much of the summer.