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IPR Daily Headlines

A brief newscast summarizing the top stories from Interlochen Public Radio and public radio stations around Michigan. Updated by noon every Monday through Friday.

  • DNR’s open letter urges hunters to harvest more antlerless deer; Bills to speed voter registration up for first hearing in House committee; Michigan legislatures introduce water affordability bills; Canadian auto worker union members ratify deal with Ford.
  • Candidates make election pitch at Mackinac Island; Fire investigation to continue this week in Cheboygan; UAW strike clashes with presidential politics this week; Judge to issue decision in Oxford High School shooting case.
  • State board would help guide transition to electric economy; Septic system bills update; Marquette County appeals FEMA's flood relief denial; Michigan Republicans prepare biennial leadership conference; UAW union members to give update on strike.
  • Brown algae continues to cover northern Michigan lakebeds 10 years later without explanation; MI Democrat defection could jeopardize abortion law repeal; Energy plan bills get a committee hearing; MI Supreme Court again says no to AG's charges against Flint water defendants.
  • Benzie County Road Commission to demolish Platte River School; Lead testing bills pass Legislature; Deadline for Canadian currency at Mackinac Bridge quickly approaches; House and Senate open hearings on juvenile legal aid; Mel Tucker responds to termination, calling MSU's actions a "miscarriage of justice."
  • Beam Me Up, Tweety! Using lasers to keep birds out of vineyards; Domestic violence survivor advocates, lawmakers call for new firearm restrictions; Hearings to begin on juvenile defense rights; Electric school buses dominate fleet at Pellston Public Schools; Michigan State University to fire football coach amid harassment investigation.
  • Lawmakers work to allow traditional objects and regalia in schools; United Auto Workers strike update; U.S Senator Gary Peter's joins union members at Ford facility; New study finds lack of housing for all in Michigan.