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.
After a slow start to the game in which they allowed Indiana to draw first blood, Michigan beared down and scored 52 unanswered points en route to a 52-7 thrashing of the Hoosiers.
A draft permit for waste water from DTE Energy’s Fermi 2 Power Plant is open for public comment until October 21.
The NBA playoffs are well underway, and just four teams remain fighting to keep their season alive. In a rematch of the 2020 Eastern Conference Finals, the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics have been battling it out for a spot in the NBA Finals.
Democrats leading the Michigan House pushed through this week an $80.1 billion Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 budget, topping Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s $79 billion proposal put forward in February.
A ruling from a state administrative law judge on Monday has not stopped graduate workers at the University of Michigan from picketing in Ann Arbor this week, as the workers continue to seek higher pay, better services and more supports from the university by picketing through Friday.
A Washtenaw County judge has denied a request for a restraining order filed by the University of Michigan against its striking graduate student workers.
Members of the Graduate Employees’ Organization (GEO) AFT Local 3550 are a step closer to striking following a general membership meeting on Monday in which they voted to initiate the strike authorization process.
Nurses at McLaren Central Hospital in Mt. Pleasant and MyMichigan Alma have approved new three-year contracts for workers who described facing burnout and exhaustion throughout the pandemic, the Michigan Nurses Association (MNA) announced Thursday.