By ERIC FREEDMAN Capital News Service LANSING – Dead isn’t always dead. That’s the lesson learned from the near-miraculous survival of a 12-year-old Upper Peninsula skier who was buried head-down and unconscious in an avalanche for at least three hours. … Continue reading →
By JACK NISSEN Capital News Service LANSING — Jane Keon has written hundreds of letters. Letters to the state and federal environmental officials. To her local St. Louis government and to the officials of Velsicol, the chemical company that left … Continue reading →
By AGNES BAO Capital News Service LANSING – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is suggesting that federal current emission standards for new vehicles for the model years 2022-25 are too stringent and said it will consider a lower standard. … Continue reading →
How can a state that can’t patch potholes make roads smart enough for self-driving cars? Experts and the state’s transportation director discuss what it will take to prepare infrastructure for a human-driverless future.