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The 14th District Congressman says voices 'from every corner of Michigan' encouraged him to run for retiring Sen. Carl Levin's seat.
DTE Energy offers customers an opportunity to decline the new wireless meters, but plans to charge one-time and monthly fees.
The Feb. 26 event features law enforcement experts, who will talk about Universal Background Checks and other topics.
Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson said she ordered the citizenship verification to prevent voter fraud.
In the wake of L. Brooks Patterson's Aug. 10 accident, county officials discuss who is in charge while he recovers. Some commissioners say they feel like they are being kept in the dark; Patterson's representative says he's focusing on the 'big picture.'
Voters may register or pick up an absent voter ballot application at City Hall.
Government, Business, Arts
The MIGreatArtist competition opens Friday to residents of Oakland, Macomb, Livingston, Genessee, Lapeer and St. Clair counties.
Sheriff Michael Bouchard says public pressure is the "best weapon" to fight the sale of the synthetic drug tied to three Oakland County deaths.
At Wayne State University in Farmington Hills, U.S. Rep. Gary Peters gathers advocates to urge support for legislation that will prevent Stafford loan rates from doubling.
One of the state's high-ranking Democrats says he won't be voting in today's primary.
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