Home / News / State News (page 134)

State News

Schuette Warns Of Emails From “The Office of the Attorney General”

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has released a new consumer alert after several Michigan businesses reported receiving a suspicious email from “The Office of The Attorney General.” This link, when clicked, installs malware which steals confidential information from individual computers. The Department of Attorney General says if you receive the …

Read More »

Group Touts Benefits of Immigration Reform

A new report from the Michigan Office for New Americans says 60-thousand immigrants have moved into the state between 2010 and 2014. The ten percent increase is higher than the national average of nearly six percent. The Associated Press says the influx of immigrants helped to mitigate the state’s broader …

Read More »

Some People Want Pokémon Go Gone

Pokémon Go players have been causing some issues nationwide including at a Novi cemetery. Police Chief David Malloy says they asked the game maker to remove Oakland Hills Memorial Gardens as a game site after people were showing up after hours to catch Pokémon. He says the game is still …

Read More »

Teachers To Protest Throughout Michigan

Teachers and other school employees will be in front of courthouses, post offices and in parks across Michigan today protesting a move by the Governor to appeal a court ruling regarding retiree health care deductions. Those protesting are members of the American Federation of Teachers Michigan and the Michigan Education …

Read More »

Teachers To Hold Protests Throughout Michigan

Teachers and other school employees will be in front of courthouses, post offices and in parks across Michigan today protesting a move by the Governor to appeal a court ruling regarding retiree health care deductions. Those protesting are members of the American Federation of Teachers Michigan and the Michigan Education …

Read More »

Greimel Complains About Lack Of Summer Sessions

The Michigan legislature has only been in session a couple of days this summer, something House minority leader Tim Greimel isn’t happy about. But, a spokesman for House Speaker Kevin Cotter says in the Granholm era, lawmakers would be scrambling to complete a budget, and that created government shutdowns.

Read More »

SUV Sales Resurging

More SUVs are leaving showrooms than cars these days for a number of reasons, but not necessarily the one you might think, according to one industry official. Ford Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Bob Shanks says SUV’s have remained popular for their versatility. Even then, Shanks says today’s SUVs …

Read More »