The United Auto Workers on Monday reached a tentative contract agreement with General Motors, following previous tentative pacts with the other Detroit Three automakers, Ford Motor Co. and Stellantis.
State unemployment data for September was released by the Department of Technology, Management & Budget, and the new figures show a slight two-tenths of a percentage point increase in unemployment from August to September.
Opponents of the Line 5 project say anything short of a shutdown is a grave threat to the environment, tourism, fishing, shipping, and the Great Lakes, the largest body of fresh water in the world.
Michigan lawmakers are set to consider a new Voting Rights Act for the state by next week.
The Michigan Legislature is weighing bills to increase the state’s energy efficiency standards as part of a broad clean energy and climate package.
For high school teams across the state, the last week of regular season football is upon us before selection Sunday on October 22nd, and teams are all jockeying for playoff seeding or spots in the final field of 288 teams.
The Lions took their show on the road on Sunday, defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20-6 as the team’s strong start continues.
The Michigan Legislature is poised to pass one of the most comprehensive clean energy initiatives in the country, requiring 100 percent of electric power to come from carbon-free sources by 2035.
A draft permit for waste water from DTE Energy’s Fermi 2 Power Plant is open for public comment until October 21.
Across the state of Michigan, gas prices have fallen over the last month and are down eights cents to $3.55 a gallon.