Gwen of Grand Haven asked, "I was wondering the law on whether it is legal for police to park their cars on private property in order to sit and try and catch speeders. The Grand Haven police sit in a vacant residence at Mercury Drive/Waverly Avenue, trying to catch drivers where the speed limit turns from 45 to 25 mph.
(UPDATED 4:23 p.m. with letter from gun club) It’s been more than a year since errant bullets from the North Ottawa Rod and Gun Club landed in a subdivision east of the club. The club has since voluntarily kept its shooting range closed.
(UPDATE: Thursday, 6:35 p.m.) Hundreds of chanting and cheering protesters have streamed back into the Michigan Capitol after receiving a court order saying that the building must reopen. The pro-union crowd walked in as lawmakers were debating right-to-work legislation limiting union powers. The Republican-led House subsequently passed the bill with no Democratic support
The Mason County Historical Society's plans for the Port of Ludington Maritime Museum recently got a boost when the museum to be housed at the former 1934 Coast Guard Station Ludington received word it would be the recipient of a scale model diorama of the Elberta railyard.