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A heart attack has left Senator Bernie Sanders glad to be resting at home in Vermont. The 78-year-old presidential hopeful tweeted Sunday that he's feeling much better following his release from a Las Vegas hospital.
The UAW and General Motors are trying to end a two-and-a-half-week-old strike. A source says both sides are focusing negotiations on wages and pensions.
State health officials are confirming another case of EEE in southwest Michigan. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services says a horse in St. Joseph County has been diagnosed with the mosquito-borne disease.
A West Michigan horse farm is suing a mining company over proposed plans for a gravel pit. Anema Family Friesians in Gaines Township is unhappy after plans to change zoning were approved, which allows Stoneco to mine gravel next to their property.
One of Michigan's largest deer processing facilities will be closed for a few months following a fire. Country Smoke House in Almont Township caught fire late last week, investigators have yet to find out why.
Briggs Park in Grand Rapids is officially open to the public once again. Over the summer, the city updated the playgrounds, added accessible pathways and a picnic shelter.
A building in downtown Detroit may be demolished after an attempt to implement a historic designation failed. The building at 550 West Fort Street was going to be torn down, to make way for parking spaces.
One young girl from Flint is an author and an entrepreneur. 9-year-old Tayler Williams is the creator of Tayler's Lip Balm. After creating the lip balms, she wrote the book “I like my lip balm" with the help of her mom.
Legionella has been confirmed on the Michigan State campus. Emily Guerrant, an MSU spokeswoman confirmed Friday that levels were detected at the Vet Diagnostic Laboratory Thursday.
On Saturday night, the Coast Guard battled 15-foot waves, high winds and poor visibility after getting a distress call on Lake Huron. A boat’s engine failed. Four people were on board, and one of them needed medical attention.