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Egg Product Recall Reaches Michigan

Michigan is now included in a nationwide recall of hard-boiled eggs and products made from them. Almark Foods has shut down production at its facility in Gainesville, Georgia, because of possible listeria contamination. The recall affects products carrying Walmart’s Great Value house brand name, along with the Almark and Eggland’s …

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State Representative Arrested for DUI

A state representative is apologizing after she was arrested for drunk driving late last week. 48-year-old Democrat Rebekah Warren of Ann Arbor was pulled over just before midnight Thursday by police in Auburn Hills, in Oakland County. Officers say she was weaving through traffic, and sideswiped a guard rail. She …

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Nessel Presses Priest Abuse Investigation

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is vowing to press forward with her investigation into clergy sexual abuse next year. Nessel released some figures this morning. Based on her department’s reviews of the Marquette, Gaylord and Grand Rapids Catholic Dioceses, 552 victims have named 270 priests as abusers. 130 cases were …

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Nessel: Nassar Investigation Still Active, Not Suspended

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel says a comment by her communications director that her office was suspending its investigation into the Larry Nassar sexual misconduct scandal at Michigan State University was not accurate. In a statement released yesterday morning, Nessel said she remains “deeply committed to finding the truth about …

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5-Year-Old Boy Disappears Downstate on Christmas

Search crews are frantically combing through a rural area in the central Lower Peninsula, looking for a missing 5-year-old child. Beau Brennan Belson was last seen playing with other family members yesterday afternoon, outside a home in Six Lakes, about 45 miles northwest of Grand Rapids in northern Montcalm County. …

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