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A group of Michigan school staffers are in hot water after a video of them surfaced having an extremely inappropriate conversation.

It was all good just a week ago for Demarlon C. Thomas, who was recently released from prison after former President Barack Obama commuted his sentence.

FLAT ROCK, MICH. – Ford is investing $700 million to expand its Flat Rock assembly plant and hire 700 new workers to build self-driving and electric vehicles along with the Mustang and Lincoln Continental already produced at the Downriver site. The automaker also said it is canceling plans for a new $1.6 billion plant in […]

WESTLAND, Mich. — A Michigan high school student was suspended after exposing her school’s water problem on social media. Hazel Juco told WXYZ she was concerned when she saw discolored water coming from the girl’s bathroom sink at John Glenn High School, but she had no idea that she would be suspended because of the picture […]

At least six people are dead and two are in critical condition after a gunman went on a seven hour shooting spree across three Michigan locations early Sunday morning.

This is why I love our President! We all have heard the tragic water crisis happening in Flint, Michigan, as did the President who recently donated 80 million dollars to Flint to help their water Crisis.

Big Sean and his Detroit non-profit, the Sean Anderson Foundation (SAF), announced today it has partnered with CrowdRise to launch the #HEALFLINTKIDS campaign to help families with kids who have been exposed to toxic water in Flint, Mich.

From sick kids to contaminated water, Flint, Michigan and their struggle makes the front cover of TIME Magazine.

The state has seen over 80 cases of Legionnaires' Disease since the city began using contaminated water.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) warned state authorities that the water was unsafe as early as July 2015. However, officials didn't declare a state of emergency until October of this year.