|By MAXWELL EVANS Capital News Service LANSING — State agencies rarely reimburse drivers for pothole damages, a fact that rings true for drivers seeking reimbursement from county governments as well. In Gladwin County, all damage requests are handled by a … Continue reading →
|By STEVEN MAIER Capital News Service LANSING — Culling season is coming quickly for a controversial Great Lakes waterfowl after it received a one-year reprieve. Control of the double-crested cormorant will return this spring when the bird returns from wintering … Continue reading →
|By TREVOR DARNELL Capital News Service LANSING — Jake Sterling, a former Michigan State University club football wide receiver, is now transitioning into the workforce after spending his college career as an athlete. A 2016 graduate, Sterling, from Newport, competed … Continue reading →
|By TERRI POWYS Capital News Service LANSING — Female and gender non-conforming artists might not get the recognition they deserve. Nationally, all of the top streamed tracks were performed by men, according to Spotify. And it’s apparent that local artists … Continue reading →
|By ERIC FREEDMAN Capital News Service LANSING – The blood parasites that infect songbirds with avian malaria are far more diverse in Southwest Michigan than scientists knew, raising troubling questions about the spread of the disease and its impact on … Continue reading →
|By CASEY HULL Capital News Service LANSING — Adult education is handcuffed by a stagnant budget that critics say keeps the state from alleviating cycles of poverty amid one of the lowest graduation rates in the nation. Over 1 million … Continue reading →
|By KALEY FECH Capital News Service LANSING – With a prolonged winter in the Upper Peninsula, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is concerned about the impact the conditions will have on the region’s white-tailed deer. “Before this last storm … Continue reading →
Undecided voters, margin of error lead to poor interpretation of what polls really say.
Michigan state lawmakers raised nearly $8 million in 2017, but a mere $500 of that came from the National Rifle Association. The gun group gets its influence from independent expenditures.