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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.

Latest Episodes
  • 2 killed in plane crash near Ludington; Rally at Capitol, governor's mansion, calls for lasting cease fire in Gaza; Michigan processors get relief as USDA buys surplus apples; Time running out for homeowner COVID aid; Alcohol sales prove popular at MSU's football stadium; Ship leaves Cheboygan with Christmas trees for Chicago families.
  • Gov. Whitmer signs abortion repeal laws; Owner evicts tenants from burned warehouse in Cheboygan; RSV cases could be up over holidays; AI tech will help enforce gun ban at MI Capitol.
  • Holiday travel at Cherry Capital Airport; Whitmer signs gun bill; Plaintiff, redistricting commission lawyers project confidence after redistricting lawsuit trial; NCMC appoints new board member.
  • Former Michigan congressman says vote to impeach Trump is aiding US Senate bid; Plaintiffs call on Michigan Supreme Court to hear Trump ballot case; New recycling tech could come statewide; Detroit Casino workers end strike.
  • Traverse City salon faces discrimination charge; Michigan Legislature adjourned, leaving several bills on table; Michigan's goal of creating new child care programs; Former Interlochen president Dean Boal has died; And organized casino workers in Detroit on strike for a month.
  • Legislature adjourns for the year, earlier than usual; Appeal coming after court rules that Trump can appear on Mich. primary ballot; Parents of Oxford school shooter to get separate trials; Stellantis offers white-collar buyouts; Emmet Co. sheriff's office giving away 40 turkeys.
  • Michigan legislature done for the year; Firearm deer season opens Wednesday; Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh serving suspension; Michigan Senate passes bills targeting vandalism and threats to schools, places of worship.
  • Bills aimed at overhauling Michigan's juvenile justice system pass through Legislature; Steelhead limits in Michigan rivers to change in spring; Trump attorney says eligibility to serve not an issue until after election.
  • Charlevoix voters make no decision on abandoned lot; Solar, wind project siting bills move out of Michigan Senate; Court to hear voter intimidation by robocall lawsuit; Right to life march outside of State Capital.
  • Election round up from around northern Michigan; Senate sends Reproductive Health Act bills to governor; Lawsuit alleges Hamtramck flag ordinance violates constitution.