A fraternity president, a top-notch student and an aspiring pediatrician were the MSU students killed by a gunman in a campus attack. All three made huge impacts before their young lives were cut short.
Michigan State shooting: Night of terror, morning of eerie calm for students
Students who had spent their lives preparing for active shooters experience the terror of one. Many are still shaken. Some wonder if they should return to school.
MSU shooting: Anthony McRae had guns charge, run-ins with police
The alleged gunman is a 43-year-old who was charged with a felony in 2019 for gun possession. He had several run-ins with police over the years for traffic offenses and driving on a suspended or revoked license.
Michigan State shooting update: Conditions improving for two students injured in attack
Two of three students killed Monday on Michigan State University campus were from metro Detroit, according to the college’s Department of Police and Public Safety.
Michigan inflation relief checks: Why GOP is fighting Whitmer rebate plan
The Michigan Senate is expected to take up tax relief on Tuesday. The party that normally favors low taxes is opposed to Gov. Whitmer’s $180 rebate checks. It’s complicated.
Michigan $180 inflation relief checks 2023: what to know about Whitmer’s plan
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s efforts to provide tax relief to Michigan residents includes a proposal to send $180 checks to residents who filed taxes in 2022. Republicans call it a gambit to avoid providing longer-term tax relief.
What Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer wants to fund in $79B budget
From free school lunches and community college to water line improvements and subsidized field trips to Michigan’s state parks, the Democrat outlines her wish list. It could look very different once it’s approved.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer seeks $306M expansion for universal preschool
In her Wednesday budget presentation, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will propose new spending to expand preschool eligibility, hire more teachers and boost transportation funding to help 4-year-olds attend.
Gretchen Whitmer wants free preschool for all. But is Michigan ready?
Universal pre-K is good for kids and the economy. But it’s expensive and the state faces several hurdles, including teacher shortages and a lack of transportation options for the 4-year-olds.
Michigan lawmakers OK tax cuts for 1M residents, $1.1B spending plan
Some Republicans say the tax cuts don’t go far enough and only help select classes of people. Lawmakers also pumped in money to help businesses, including $200M for an Upper Peninsula paper mill.