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Michiganders are paying more for their car insurance. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association has increased its annual fee to 220-dollars a year, which started Monday.
Local law enforcement agencies have once again joined the Michigan State Police for the annual "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. There will be a higher police presence on the roads today through July 14th.
Tickets for the Detroit Democratic Presidential debate are not for sale, but there is still a way to get them. The Democratic National Committee is giving away tickets through a lottery.
A crash led to hundreds of outages along E. Beltline Avenue in Grand Rapids. Consumers Energy showed the outage stretched from about Michigan Street NE to just south of Knapp Street NE.
Detroit police identified and arrested one of the drivers recorded on video doing doughnuts on the Lodge Freeway. Police are investigating six vehicles that were involved in the incident.
In Flint's Civic Park neighborhood, a group of teens are getting to work, thanks to a state grant. 225 thousand dollars from Michigan DNR is being used to introduce youth in urban areas to outdoor career opportunities.
Former Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is spending the next year at Harvard University as a senior research fellow of the Taubman Center. Director of the center, says Snyder brings "significant expertise in management, public policy, and promoting civility" to the school.
Gaylord Community Schools now have two new electric buses that will replace two of their diesel buses. It’s part of a $3 million grant to bring electric buses to schools across the state.
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