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Mark Bernstein
Michigan League of Conservation Voters

Attorney and University of Michigan regent Mark Bernstein won't run for governor in 2018 and is endorsing Gretchen Whitmer.

John James
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A Republican business executive who flew helicopters in the Iraq War may run for U.S. Senate in Michigan.

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Nearly 800 Twitter accounts have been blocked or muted by Michigan state government accounts, which some argue violates First Amendment rights.

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A task force created by Governor Rick Snyder says municipalities should pre-fund the cost to provide health insurance to newly hired employees in retirement.

Farmer's Market
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A Michigan city is defending a decision to keep an apple grower away from its outdoor market because of his views on gay marriage.

Todd Moyer MSU
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Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo is offering condolences to the family of two people who were killed in a crash that involved the team's strength coach.

St. Joseph Catholic Church in Owosso website

A 70-year-old priest accused of embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Michigan church is awaiting sentencing after reaching a plea agreement in the case. 

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.  

Detroit Public Television / DPTV

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.  

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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