Experts say people should avoid crowded public spaces if they contract the disease and to quarantine themselves if they do get it.
Results from the spring standardized test, released Thursday, show continuing challenges after three years of COVID disruptions. But there were also a few gains from the previous year. See how your school district fared.
The number of children attending school in buildings with vaccination rates less than 90 percent has doubled since 2015. Check out the rate of elementary schools statewide.
The rise in deadly crashes was highest in northern Michigan, but metro Detroit and the Thumb also saw jumps. Experts cite faster and more reckless driving. Look up deadly driving statistics in your area.
The yearly estimates are not without flaws, but underscore Michigan’s continued population crisis.
If based solely by population, Michigan had the 10th worst COVID death rate of any state in the nation. But when adjusted for the state’s older and less healthy population, the state’s handling of the pandemic fares much better.
Democrats are moving fast to repeal the law that allows workers to opt out of paying dues in union-represented jobs and still receive benefits. Here are facts that shape debate.
MSU has a sprawling camera system, but officials needed three hours to comb through footage to find an image of the suspected shooter. The university is moving to live camera surveillance.
The alleged gunman faced a felony gun charge that could have led to a lifetime ban on possessing a firearm if he was convicted. He was allowed to plead to a misdemeanor.
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.