Michigan News

Whitmer Expands Unemployment Benefits

Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order today temporarily expanding unemployment benefit eligibility through April 14 in another response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Under the executive order, unemployment benefits are extended to: Workers who have an unanticipated family care responsibility, like child care due to school closures or carrying for […]

Voter turnout was strong for Michigan’s presidential primary

LANSING — Turnout was high for Michigan’s presidential primary Tuesday, especially considering that the only competitive race was on the Democratic side of the ballot. Close to 2.3 million Michigan residents cast ballots, or more than 29% of the 7.7 million registered voters, according to unofficial results. That places the presidential […]

The Fenlon Brothers: Family, Patriots

There’s a Northern Michigan family you may have never heard of, but you should know them. Seven Cheboygan brothers joined the military during World War II, risking so much for our freedom. And now there’s an effort to recognize their service. In this Special Report, Kevin Essebaggers and Corey Adkins […]