Experts at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources remind us that safety must always be paramount when using fire outside.
The arrogance of the Ilitch organization in ignoring its obligations to the city of Detroit is breathtaking.
In the race of life, one doesn't necessarily want to cross the finish line first.
July 1 marked the beginning of the fiscal year used chiefly by schools and colleges to budget without interruption to the academic calendar. It also will marked the first time in nearly a decade that our state government has failed to pass a budget by this date.
You’ve probably heard this explanation for the recent water levels: “It’s a natural cycle.”
Eight people died and more than 12,000 were injured badly enough to require medical treatment after fireworks-related incidents in 2017.
The new Marijuana Regulatory Agency within the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs has picked up the pace on licensing across the board, with two more marijuana testing facilities "in the pipeline.”
Summer is here — sort of.
Many drivers are cheering action in Lansing that — beginning in about a year — will allow Michigan residents to reduce their automobile insurance costs.
The government shutdown that Trump says could last "a long time" without funding for a border wall may hurt farmers by delaying the administration's ability to steer through the approval for year-round sales of a 15 percent ethanol blend for gasoline before the summer begins.
How much money is too much for a high school football coach? North Carolina’s largest school district has provided something of an answer.
We urge students thinking about going into teaching to do their homework and get the facts straight when making their decision. Talk to someone in teaching and see if they are willing to share with you how they are compensated.
The city has nowhere to grow but up, with taller buildings and higher-density housing — an inevitable outcome in Michigan’s fastest-growing county.
A year ago, Steve Negen said the 30th Great Lakes Kite Festival on the Grand Haven State Park beach was the last one. That took the wind out of our sails.
Public trust is a cherished and fragile thing. Without it, our government would come to a standstill. We must trust that those we elect to represent us carry through on their promise to do the job with integrity and honesty.