Brownies and doughnuts could be back in school bake sales under a measure the state Senate approved Thursday that would let districts raise money by holding events currently banned since they don't meet federal nutrition guidelines.
For years now, researchers have found trace amounts of various pharmaceutical drugs in the Great Lakes and in our drinking water. Pain medicine, birth control and anti-depressants have been found, as well as a host of others.
Take a look in your medicine cabinet, shower, or at a cosmetic aisle in a local retailer, and you might be surprised to learn of a tiny problem that exists that’s negatively impacting our lakes and rivers.
Three of four U.S. parents say they know of at least one mom or dad guilty of oversharenting — sharing online information that’s embarrassing or downright inappropriate, according to the newest installment of a parents survey out of University of Michigan.
Dozens of drivers are being ticketed following January's massive pileup on snowy Interstate 94 in southwestern Michigan that killed a 57-year-old trucker and closed a stretch of the roadway for two days, police announced Thursday.