Michigan Supreme Court Hosts Virtual Adoption Day Ceremony

Michigan has around 11,000 children in foster care according to the Office of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. Out of those 11,000, almost 2,000 children were adopted during 2021. In order to educate and bri... [More]

U.S. Senate Fails To Advance The Freedom To Vote Act

The United States Senate met Wednesday, Oct. 20 to discuss and potentially vote on a bill focused on voting rights and election procedures. The Freedom to Vote Act did not even pass the debate vote... [More]

'Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over' Campaign Found 200 Impaired Driving Arrests

From Aug. 16 to Sept. 6, Michigan officers from 102 law enforcement offices increased patrols during the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign. The results have now been posted and it found tha... [More]

Hundreds March In Lansing For Abortion Justice

On Oct. 4, the United States Supreme Court will reconvene and hear a case that has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade. If this happens, state and county legislatures could create laws that make ... [More]

FEMA Might Alert You Today, No Need to Panic

Cell phone users may receive an emergency alert on their devices at 2:20 pm on Wednesday, but there is no reason to panic. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is coordinating with the Fe... [More]

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