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January 9, 2019 RSS feed / News

Take Precautions against Norovirus

Norovirus illness often peaks in winter. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has identified increases in norovirus activity recently and is urging Michigan residents to take precautions to stay healthy.  More...

Safe Driving Tips

Drivers, Pedestrians: Watch Out for Each Other

Most traffic incidents involving pedestrians occur in the fall and winter. In Michigan since 2013, there have been more than 100 pedestrian fatalities in November alone. More...

MSP Strives to Raise Stalking Awareness

The Michigan State Police (MSP) is seeking to educate citizens about identifying and reporting stalking.  According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, during a one-year period 6.6 million people age 18 or older in the United Stated were stalke More...

Snyder Signs, Vetoes Nearly 200 Bills in Final Days in Office

With previous governor Rick Snyder’s term ending in December, the politician faced nearly 200 lame duck bills in his final days in office. While he chose to veto nearly 30 bills, a majority of them were signed.  Signed Bills   More...

Reel Fishing Tips

Where to Go Ice Fishing   Still need a New Year’s resolution? We’ve got one for you: go fishing more! Now is a great time to head out with ice available in many parts of the state and plenty of species to target.  More...

State Forest Roads Inventory Completed

After two years of mapping and reviewing the condition of state forest roads maintained by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources across both peninsulas, an initial inventory that provides a snapshot of the road network is complete.  More...

Safe Driving Tips

Teaching Tip for Parents

Studies show that the risk of a crash diminishes with experience. The more time you spend driving with your teen, the less likely it is they’ll crash when they begin driving alone.  More...