There are lists that rank the top places to vacation, to live, to raise a family, to retire, to spend your money, and on and on. You’ve seen them. We’ve reported on some of them in the past.
Seeing is believing, and we simply haven't seen enough to trust Enbridge's statements regarding Line 5 where it runs through the Great Lakes at the Straits of Mackinac.
If you're keeping a list of all the ways the world Americans have known could come crashing down on our heads, here are a couple more: student debt and Social Security.
One of the interesting parts of being in a church that follows the full liturgical calendar is that Easter is actually more than one day. In the tradition of the church, the celebration of the Resurrection lasts 50 days — 10 days more than the Lenten season that precedes it.
The March for Our Lives on March 24 brought out hundreds of thousands of protesters (many of them young people) advocating for gun control and increased school safety.
Blogger Lorelei Salas says it took her 14 years to pay off about $20,000 in her student loans, but that barely put a dent in her total debt.
Here we are in April 2018, the first National Sexual Assault Awareness Month since #MeToo spread nationally and internationally last fall.
A couple of West Michigan doctors say the decision six years ago to relax the state’s motorcycle helmet law needs to be seriously re-examined. We think we should listen to the doctors.
Business Leaders for Michigan have joined the fray of groups calling for the state to become among the top 10 for its schools and talent development.
It started out for Sam Machado as a relatively low-effort way to get free pizza.
The March for Our Lives across the nation was impressive and impactful. Led and organized by youth, these protests give hope the future will be brighter and less dangerous.
It was heartening to see the outpouring of personal stories, anger and resolve during the weekend March for Our Lives anti-gun violence protests and the ensuing social media discussions, a long-running debate re-energized through the activism and resolve of kids.
Gov. Rick Snyder is fed up with the sorry state of Michigan roads — and he thinks Donald Trump should do something about it!
Do you ever wonder if the little things in life matter all that much?
There is no such thing as a free lunch. Yet, many Michigan lawmakers would have us all think as much.