In 2008 the Natural Resources Commission put a ban on baiting deer after a case of Chronic Waste Disease was found in Kent County. Now that the ban is lifted, hunter's will once again be able to use bait piles but there are some restrictions.
1982 Genesee High School Graduate and Investor Tom Gores looks to be nearing the end of a lengthy purchase of the Detroit Pistons after receiving approval from NBA's Board of Governors. Commissioner David Stern expects that the deal will be done by week's end.
Mid-Michigan residents are outraged after hearing news that a man who won $2 million from the lottery last June is still using his bridge card to buy groceries. Oddly enough, he is still eligible by the state's current criteria.
Last year it was made legal to sell alcoholic beverages at the same time on Sundays as the rest of the week. The law was supposed to give communities the choice of opting out of Sunday morning sales but an oversight made it more of an all or none situation.
Michigan Native Kid Rock donated $50,000 to several charities selected by Detroit Mayor Dave Bing yesterday. Kid previously announced his plans to make the donation while accepting an award from the NAACP earlier this month.
Back in February Gov. Rick Snyder made serious cutbacks in the state's film tax incentives which caused several movies to move production including 'The Avengers'. There was even talk of the program being eliminated all together. A new bill introduced last week may just save the state's up and coming film industry in the 11th hour.
Republicans passed a bill in the House today that puts a four year limit on welfare benefits for most people. There are also changes to who can receive welfare as well as the amount you are allowed to work while receiving benefits.
GM higher ups made a big announcement today concerning jobs and reinvestment in Flint and Bay City. The news is better than expected and they will be adding more jobs between the two plants than previously believed.
General Motors is gearing up to make an announcement tomorrow about their plans in Flint and Bay City. After recent job additions to GM plants in Detroit and Toledo, many are hoping that the automaker will follow suit here in Flint.
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