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Body found in Lake Michigan matches description of missing Chicago woman

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College offers early retirement to address declining enrollment

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Sanders expands Michigan operations 3 weeks before primary

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Group works to protect Lake Michigan’s Point Betsie Lighthouse

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Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week:

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Michigan facility to close after promised $22M in investment

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Local state lawmakers Sen. Roger Victory, R-Hudsonville, and Rep. Jim Lilly, R-Park Township, say they have been busy with various reforms and more.

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Drugs are linked to death of Michigan woman who was missing

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ROME — An American woman wanted in the 2002 death of her husband, whose remains were so badly burned after being found in West Michigan that they weren’t identified for more than a decade, was arrested in Rome after a multinational search, police said Thursday.

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Grand Haven city staff have been working since last spring and summer to deal with high levels of water causing flooding, erosion and more, and they are not alone.

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Police searching for couple who threw 6 dogs out of a moving van

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TRAVERSE CITY — Road damage from the overflowing Great Lakes and inland waterways may carry a whopping price tag for Michigan, with initial cost estimates for repairs and upgrades as high as $100 million, officials said Monday.

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Gymnast says she was pressured to skip Nassar complaint

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Detroit-area judge arrested, charged with domestic violence

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Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week:

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West Mich. man charged in 1980 homicide is taken to Virginia

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Man charged in estranged wife's 2006 cold case slaying

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LANSING — The $61.9 billion state budget proposal for 2021 seeks to improve education, job training and public health, while trying to ensure a cleaner environment for Michigan residents, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Thursday.

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Grand Rapids house fire kills woman and her 3 sons

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WASHINGTON — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer used Democrats’ response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address to swivel from impeachment to working-class voters’ worries, saying her party is focusing on easing health care costs and other pocket-book concerns.

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Whitmer signs bills paving way for liquor-tasting festivals

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Judge's disagreement with sentence ends farmer's plea deal

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Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week:

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Technical issue shuts down 911 system in parts of Michigan

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Michigan Senate: No permit to protect homes from high water

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LANSING — A state panel on Thursday authorized borrowing $3.5 billion to roughly double spending on Michigan road and bridge construction over five years, a step Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said is crucial to start quickly addressing crumbling infrastructure but not a long-term fix.

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Grand Rapids-area mom pleads no contest in child's death

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LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Wednesday that Michigan will borrow $3.5 billion to rebuild the state's deteriorating highways and bridges over five years, calling it a responsible move after the Republican-led Legislature rejected her proposed fuel tax hike.

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Mother, child die in house fire in southwestern Michigan

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West Michigan priest gets 60 days in jail for bubble-wrapping boy

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3rd woman accuses Michigan lawmaker of sexual harassment

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Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week:

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Family destroys Lake Michigan home before nature gets it

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85-year-old Detroit man killed; body stuffed in cabinet

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LANSING (AP) — A group launched a ballot drive Thursday to target lobbying in Michigan’s Capitol by banning free food and drink for state elected officials, requiring former lawmakers to wait two years to become lobbyists and overhauling a system that tracks lobbying.

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Tesla can sell vehicles in Michigan under legal settlement

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Michigan state park fees will rise $1 starting in March

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LANSING — There is a ray of good news as Gov. Gretchen Whitmer prepares to renew her push for major new spending to fix Michigan’s roads and bridges: Republican legislative leaders say addressing the funding is a priority for them, too.

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DETROIT — To commemorate the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Nicholas Thomas and more than 100 other volunteers will board up vacant houses, install school safety signs and make other improvements to a Detroit neighborhood. Their mission is to celebrate King’s legacy by being good neighbors and…

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Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation this week: 

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Police officers cleared in fatal Kalamazoo shooting of fugitive 

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Dozens of alcohol-breath devices back in service in Michigan

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Muskegon agrees to hire sharpshooters to kill up to 30 deer