State licensing officials have ordered a southeastern Michigan company to stop performing cremations after an anonymous complaint of improperly stored bodies, heavy smoke and leaking bodily fluids on the premises.
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The Michigan health department has settled a lawsuit by releasing information about people in long-term care sites who died of COVID-19, attorneys for a journalist said Friday.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer proclaimed this week as Michigan EMS Recognition Week to honor first responders on the front lines of the pandemic.
Bridge the Gap is an initiative looking to improve the relationship between members community and law enforcement throughout mid-Michigan.
Millions of dollars in funding from the COVID-19 relief bill passed Wednesday will be used to help the federal government improve its cybersecurity efforts in the wake of high-profile breaches that have caused alarm for officials and lawmakers.
Unemployment claims peaked in mid-May of last year, reaching 3.1 million statewide.
As the pandemic continues, many people are still relying on unemployment benefits after losing their jobs. Some mid-Michigan residents are now being asked to pay back their benefits.
Unemployment woes continue for many across the state with nearly one million Michigan residents out of work and claiming benefits.