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Gov. Whitmer Allocates Funding to Target Opioid Crisis

Governor Whitmer announced on Monday that $80 million in federal funding will be allocated to respon...[More]

Racism is Declared a Public Health Crisis by Township Board

The Meridian Township Board of Trustees joined Ingham County in declaring racism a public health cri...[More]

Maintaining Mental Health During a Time of Crisis

On Thursday, April 9, Michigan’s 68th House District Representative Sarah Anthony hosted her first v...[More]

Representative Elissa Slotkin Updates Michiganders on the COVID-19 Crisis

U.S. Representative Elissa Slotkin held a second tele-town hall special live stream event to update ...[More]

Schools Help Communities Deal with Coronavirus Crisis

K-12 schools in Michigan are still closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this is not stoppin...[More]

Crisis Duo's New Adventure

On Thursday April 18, an event was held at the Small Talk Children's Advocacy Center in Lansing, and...[More]

"Covering the Crisis: Journalism and Sexual Violence"

Following the Larry Nassar case, the Michigan State University Museum recently held a panel discussi...[More]

LIVE Call-In Show: The Growing Opioid Crisis

Join us LIVE for a new episode of Open Line on the growing opioid crisis and prescription drug abuse...[More]

The Flint Water Crisis Plumets Governor Synder's Ratings in the 2016 State of the State Survey

On Monday, April 18th, Director of Michigan State University's State of the State Survey (SOSS) Char...[More]

Flint Water Crisis Protesters Rally in Front of Governor Snyder's Office

Protesters gathered in front of the Capitol building and Governor Rick Snyder's office in Lansing to...[More]

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