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Owosso mayor Chris Eveleth joined WKAR's Brooke Allen for the "Monday Morning with the Mayor" segment on Monday, July 17. He talked about serving the community where he was raised.  


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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources need your assistance to find the men who ran over Canadian geese in Muskegon county, injuring or killing several of them. 

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An 18-year plumber in Lansing hopes that union support will help him win the second ward city council seat this year. Jeremy Garza is a safety director with the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union who serves on Lansing’s Plumbing Board.


Chicago Yacht Club-Race To Mackinac Facebook Page

Strong winds and waves have caused roughly two dozen boats to bow out of the annual 333-mile sailboat race from Chicago to Mackinac Island, Michigan.  

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It wasn't sweet music that brought Martha Reeves to the microphone at the Fox Theatre that day in July 1967; it was brutal reality.

Detroit was burning.  

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Two members of the Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness joined the July 15 edition of "Current State" to talk about homeless numbers in Michigan, a drive to gather and distribute hygiene products and how you can help. 


“We Got It Done.” Governor Signs Budget

Jul 14, 2017
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Michigan has a budget. The governor signed the 2018 spending plan Friday in Grand Rapids.

Current Sports | July 14, 2017

Jul 14, 2017

Detroit Tigers As Sellers; Farm System; New NBA Rules; Speeding Up The Game; Breslin Center Floor; S.W.A.P. Meet; Reflection Friday.


Dave McCollom photo with pieces of the MSU basketball practice court
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The MSU Surplus Store was the place to be for Spartan basketball fans today. Pieces of the practice court floor removed from the Breslin Center went up for sale this morning.


A fire chief who died after he was struck by a vehicle in southwestern Michigan last month is being honored by his fellow chiefs.

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Law enforcement agencies reported seizing $15.2 million in cash and property in Michigan over 11 months of 2016.

Detroit skyline
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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office says roughly 10,000 patents have been granted in Detroit, home to the first regional office in the system’s 227-year history.

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The parole board is deciding whether to release a Detroit-area man who’s been in prison for 29 years for drug crimes committed when he was a teenager.

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State and federal agencies are offering a certification program in Traverse City that will help public building operators save energy.

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A man was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for killing a woman after a 2014 Halloween party in southeastern Michigan and stashing her body in the woods.

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