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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 […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/09/2014

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder on reports he will air another Super Bowl TV ad: ‘Stay tuned LANSING, MI — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, who has not formally announced his own re-election plans, appears to be preparing another big Super Bowl ad. Inside Michigan Politics reported his week that Snyder plans to run a spot on […]

Mornings in Michigan 01/08/2014

Appeals court temporarily halts Obamacare contraception mandate for Michigan’s Catholic churches LANSING — The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals granted Michigan’s Catholic churches a temporary halt to the contraception coverage mandate in the Affordable Care Act after a trial judge declined to issue an injunction. An appeals panel voted 2-1 in a Dec. 31 order […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/07/2014

Detroit police chief: Legal gun owners can deter crime Detroit— If more citizens were armed, criminals would think twice about attacking them, Detroit Police Chief James Craig said Thursday. Urban police chiefs are typically in favor of gun control or reluctant to discuss the issue, but Craig on Thursday was candid about how he’s changed […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 01/06/2013

Republicans Using Smoke and Mirrors on Tax Cut Talk Oh the election year webs they weave! Flashback to 2007 how many citizens remember this? Michigan legislature raises income tax largest in states history to 4.35% from 3.9%. The deal struck by then Governor Granholm was to bring it back to 3.9% in the year 2011. […]

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