At first glance, it appears Grand Haven officials are considering playing a “shell game” with city taxpayers when it comes to funding the all-important infrastructure — streets, water mains and sewer lines.
The EmpowHER program at Michigan State University and the Pretty Brown Girl Club in Lansing reflect the national movement of women helping women succeed.
Every day it's getting harder to fill good-paying jobs in Michigan. We see this firsthand as our 80 members (Business Leaders for Michigan) employ nearly 400,000 people in our state.
Last week, a Michigan high school made news by announcing that it would bring a supply of pink “modesty ponchos” to its prom Saturday night.
One of our state’s assets is its vast water supply, from the Great Lakes to many inland lakes and streams. But Michigan’s water supply has been grabbing attention for all the wrong reasons these past few years.
A Center for Public Integrity analysis found a half-dozen instances where Michigan lawmakers voted on bills even after publicly disclosing they had a conflict of interest.
Combatting opioid abuse is a battle that must be fought on a number of fronts, including the household medicine cabinet.
If you were told you were driving a car with a bomb inside, would you pull over?
Chicagoans tend to tolerate violent crime like a force of nature they can’t tame.
With so much attention focused on the failures of Michigan State University to stop the serial abuse of young women by sports doctor Larry Nassar, it's a good time to highlight the shortcomings of campus sexual assault investigations.
Barbara Bush, who died Tuesday at age 92, walked through the thicket and emerged almost universally beloved.
Sunday, April 22, is Earth Day, and throughout the weekend various groups both locally and across the nearly 200 nations that recognize the annual environmental holiday will celebrate it.
We sincerely hope the state drops its interest in setting up a new user fee system to cover paddle boats, canoes and kayaks.
It has never been easy to be a farmer. In recent years, it only seems to get more difficult.
For anyone who has lived through gasoline shortages and price spikes, the recent headline in The Wall Street Journal may cause nightmares: “Americans Face Highest Pump Prices in Years.”