These stories are making news around Michigan today:
Whitmer keeps intact 2 environmental panels in new order; Detroit’s Cobo Center to remove name of ex-mayor with racist past
Victims in Kent County shooting identified as mother and her 3 daughters; Detroit City Council rejects car stunt due to Confederate flag
Michigan's public universities are continuing to send representatives into countries around the world, trying to find students looking for an American college degree.
Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week:
3 children among 4 found dead after West Michigan shooting; General Motors to invest $36M in Lansing-area plant
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has canceled the sale of a former state prison in Ionia for construction of a $35-million immigration detention center — a move drawing both praise and criticism.
Michigan State police are investigating a single-vehicle crash that killed a father and his 12-year-old son.
Republican leaders in the Michigan House and Senate say they agree with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer that more revenue is needed to fix the state's crumbling roads, but they criticized her first State of the State address for lacking specifics and for "missed opportunities."
State police trooper arraigned on charges he assaulted partner; Michigan State University’s acting president apologizes to Nassar victims
Divers recover body of missing snowmobiler from Kent County lake; Michigan lawmakers block Whitmer order in rare move
Governor declares state of emergency in Ionia County; SOS services suspended for weekend during computer upgrade
LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, in her first State of the State address Tuesday evening, said she did not run to "manage the decline of our state" but rather to make sure it "is one where our kids stay and families thrive."
High water levels expected in Great Lakes this summer; public honors late John Dingell, longest-serving congressman
LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Monday she will discuss the magnitude of Michigan's problem with poor roads and bridges in her first State of the State address, appealing to the public to give feedback on the costs of pothole-ridden infrastructure.