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DNR Seeks Public's Help Monitoring Moose

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources asks those who live in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, or those who are just visiting, to share any moose sightings through the Moose Observation Report form, now available online. The DNR has been monitoring Michigan’s moose population since the species’ reintroduction to the state in the 1980s. To …

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Some Michigan Residents Will Get Share Of Mortgage Lender Settlement

Certain Michigan residents will receive a portion of around $3.5 million as part of a nationwide settlement with mortgage lender and servicer HSBC to address mortgage related abuses. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says the settlement nationally totals $470 million. The money provides direct payment to borrowers because of foreclosure …

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Lawsuits Over Flint Water Continue To Mount

Another Flint resident is suing state and city officials after his two-year-old daughter tested positive for high lead levels. Luke Waid filed his complaint in federal court seeking compensation, damages and losses suffered by his daughter from toxic substances from the Flint River. Waid wants city and state officials to …

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