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Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is expected to make official what has long seemed inevitable — he is running for governor. 

Actresses Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin will be in Michigan this week advocating for and raising money for a 2018 ballot initiative to increase the state's minimum wage.

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The future of medical marijuana dispensaries in Michigan could be decided Tuesday. The state Medical Marijuana Licensing Board meets again to discuss whether current dispensaries should be able to get a license. Cheyna Roth has more.


Republican Congressman Dave Trott says he will not seek reelection next year and will retire after four years in Congress. Rick Pluta tells us Trott says he always intended for his congressional career to be brief. 


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Dozens of people in Lansing paused to remember and honor the lives lost on September 11, 2001 in New York, Pennsylvania and The Pentagon.


Author Vanessa Grigoriadis explores the causes and possible solutions to sexual assault at American colleges and universities in her new book “Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power and Consent On Campus.”


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Three weeks after sending troops to Texas to respond to Hurricane Harvey, the Michigan National Guard is now deploying 1,100 soldiers to Florida. 

 


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Detroit Lions; NFL Regular Season; MSU Football; Nate Atkins; Matthew Stafford; Kenny Golladay; Weekend Winners; JRN 418.


This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

 

This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

 

This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

 

This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

 

This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

Monday’s story comes from a 16 year-old young lady named “K.”

 


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In Michigan, more than 500 law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty in the state's history. 

 

There’s no statewide memorial to fallen Michigan police, but an effort to create one has lagged for years. 

 

Now, that dream appears closer to reality.

 


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A federal judge could decide on Wednesday whether a Charlotte farmer can go forward with his lawsuit against East Lansing. 

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