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Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/28/2013

Police sergeant faces discipline over ‘preferential treatment’ of Detroit Councilman George Cushingberry DETROIT, MI — Police Chief James Craig said Friday that a patrol supervisor who ordered an end to a Jan. 7 traffic stop involving City Council President Pro Tem George Cushingberry Jr. acted improperly and is facing discipline. Link to Story Community organizers […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/24/2014

Tim Skubick: With Detroit bankruptcy deal, Gov. Snyder once again looks to Democrats for support It’s not a blank check from the state, but it will still be a tough sell. Asking non-Detroit lawmakers to do anything to help the City of Detroit is never easy but here goes the governor, with substantial help from […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/23/2014

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder set to announce Detroit funding plan that GOP leader says is not a ‘bailout’ LANSING, MI — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is poised to announce his plan to help bolster Detroit pensions and protect publicly-owned artwork as part of the city’s ongoing bankruptcy negotiations. Link to Story Detroit EM: $680 million […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/22/2014

Snyder expected to announce plan to guard Detroit pensions, DIA art LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder and legislative leaders reached an agreement today on the framework for a deal to help protect Detroit pensioners and the Detroit Institute of Arts collection from ongoing bankruptcy proceedings, sources told the Free Press, and he is expected to […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/21/2014

Propane Shortage In The U.P. Michigan utility regulators say Upper Peninsula residents whose supplies of propane already are running short face new challenges this week with the closing of a Wisconsin facility for maintenance. The Michigan Public Service Commission says that inventories in the region are 43 percent below their level of one year ago. […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/20/2014

Hunter or Sasquatch? Finding Bigfoot episode in Upper Michigan MENOMINEE — On Sunday night Animal Planet aired an episode of Finding Bigfoot titled Super Yooper Sasquatch. The team traveled outside of Menominee to meet with hunting guide Craig Sulk who owns 80 acres of land. One of Sulk’s trail cams captured an unexpected dark figure. […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/17/2014

Teachers’ unions lose challenge to Michigan pension plan changes LANSING — Teachers will have to contribute to their pensions, after a Michigan Court of Appeals panel rejected a challenge from state teachers’ unions. The unions contended that changes to state law requiring the contributions were contrary to promises made in pamphlets, brochures and other documents […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/16/2014

JCPenney to close 33 stores, including Marquette location MARQUETTE — JCPenney has announced the closure of 33 underperforming stores across the country, including one in Marquette. The company announced on Wednesday that the Marquette JCPenney in the Westwood Mall will be closing sometime in 2014. The company says that closing the 33 locations will eliminate […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 1/13/2014

Prohibition of Incadescent Light Bulb Named “Dumbest New Ban of 2014″ Every New Year brings a bevy of stupid new nanny state bans. In Los Angeles supermarket chains can no longer give out free plastic grocery bags made of plastic. From now on, either bring your own or shell out 10 cents per sack. Illinois […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/10/2014

Cities Take Snow Emergencies To New Restrictive Level When Donna McPherson of Lansing received an automated phone message alerting her that a “snow emergency” had been declared and that “non-essential” travel had been banned, she said it raised a question. McPherson said her family talked about whether Lansing police would pull over drivers and ask […]

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