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29State Police Holiday Enforcement Highlights Operation C.A.R.E. and Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

During this Labor Day holiday weekend, the Michigan State Police (MSP) is reminding motorists to make safety a priority during their holiday travel. Again this year, MSP troopers will join their counterparts from across the country in the international traffic safety initiative, Operation C.A.R.E. (Combined Accident Reduction Effort).

29I-75 BL, M-18 resurfacing in Roscommon starts Sept. 8 The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will be resurfacing the I-75 BL from west of the southbound I-75 ramps to M-18,
29Audit shows Michigan Office of Child Support is effective in collecting, distributing payments
29I-75 bridge work over M-30 starts Tuesday in Ogemaw County
29Construction begins next week on M-52 near Adrian
29Governor Snyder Declares September Preparedness Month; State Police and Quicken Loans Host Free Prepare Fair in Detroit on Sept. 4
29Michigan Petroleum Pipeline Task Force begins Enbridge review
29Public Comment Requested on Amendments and Transition Plans for Michigan's MI Choice Waiver and Habilitation Supports Waiver
29I-75 resurfacing in Otsego, Cheboygan counties starts Sept. 8
29Michigan Poised to Implement New Construction Code Resulting in More Energy Efficient Homes
28Michigan Horse and Turkeys West Nile Virus Positive
2819 Priority Schools Receive School Improvement Grants
28Exported From Michigan – A Special Screening at the Library of Michigan
28The Board of State Canvassers will conduct a meeting on September 4, 2014
282014 "ExpressSOS" Voter Registration Drive visits mid-Michigan universities
28Haveman steps down as director of the Department of Community Health to focus on his health
28Price at the Pump: Ahead of Labor Day Weekend, Schuette Warns Gas Stations Against Gouging
28M-47 improvements begin Monday, Sept. 8, in Freeland
28M-20 improvements begin Monday, Sept. 8, in Mt. Pleasant
28Volunteers Needed for Flood Cleanup Efforts; Thousands of Residents Need Assistance Removing Damaged Belongings
27US-23 BR work in Rogers City resumes Sept. 2
27MDOT eases Labor Day travel by lifting a majority of state construction projects
27After the Flood: Schuette, Johnson Share Consumer Tips to Challenge Unreasonable Towing Fees
27M-61 resurfacing and guardrail upgrades start next week in Clare County
27LARA Adds Two New License Types to the MyLicense Online Application System; Initial applicants for residential builder or builder salesperson can now apply online, pay by credit card
27Motorists reminded to use a seat belt and drive sober during Labor Day weekend
27Amtrak extends Michigan summer schedule through September
2740,000 expected for 57th annual Mackinac Bridge Walk
27US-23 improvements begin Tuesday, Sept. 2, in Arenac County
27Westbound US-10 shoulder replacement begins next week
26DEQ honors 6 Michigan businesses as Neighborhood Environmental Partners
26Gov. Snyder proclaims ‘Women's Equality Day' in Michigan
26MDOT hosts annual blood drive Sept. 2 in Ishpeming
26S.W. Detroit SOS will close Sept. 8-12 to move into MDOT center
26Temporary widening on US-31 near Petoskey starts Sept. 2
26Coldwater Physician Summarily Suspended
26LARA's Corporations, Securities & Commercial Licensing Bureau Suspends License and Registration of Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Whelpley-Martin Funeral Home, and Daniel R. Martin
26Public Comment Requested on Health Assessment of Breathing Chemicals Related to 2010 Kalamazoo River Oil Spill
25Secretary of State's office returns to Farmers Market at the Capitol
25Kalamazoo to Host 11th Annual Fair Housing Conference Sept. 17, 2014
Conference Will Highlight Removing Barriers in Housing and Creating Accessible Communities
25Snyder forms advisory group to study Michigan waste disposal standards
25New Minimum Wage for Michigan Employees
25Win a tour of the Mackinac Bridge! MDOT's third annual "Tell Us our Story" promotion begins
25Department of State offices to be closed for Labor Day
25Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) Launches Facebook Page
22Gov. Snyder requests joint preliminary damage assessment for Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties
22MPSC Approves More than $89 million in Michigan Energy Assistance Program Grants
22Snyder makes appointment, reappointment to State Employees' Retirement System board
22Snyder makes appointment, reappointment to Michigan Travel Commission
22MPSC: Harbor, Inc. in Emmet County Becomes Tenth Michigan Community to Earn "Connected" Broadband Status, Making High-Speed Internet a Priority
22Snyder makes reappointments to Ski Area Safety Board
22Gov. Snyder applauds Huntington Bank & Michigan Health Endowment Fund for flood donations
22MDCH Releases Request for Proposals for Health Innovation Grants
22Snyder makes reappointments to State Waterways Commission
21WMU Site of Final 2014 Cyber Awareness Luncheon Conference Series
21July Unemployment Rates Increase Seasonally in All of Michigan's Regional Labor Markets
21Foster youth invited to DHS ‘shopping event' to receive clothes for the new school year
21Public Comment Requested on Public Health Assessment in Muskegon County
21MSHDA Board Appoints Workman Acting-Executive Director
21M-28 shoulder work near Seney starts today
21State Police Receives National Criminal Justice Award For Success of Secure Cities Partnership
21Gov. Rick Snyder: Michigan mourns the loss of Cardinal Edmund Szoka
21State Police Participate in National Effort Focused on Motorcoach Safety
21I-75 weekend lane closures begin after Labor Day in Bay County
20Flood Assistance Available for Metro Detroit Veterans
20The 2014 "ExpressSOS" Voter Registration Drive kicks off Aug. 26
20State Approves Deficit Plan for Detroit Public Schools
20ELB Approves Detroit Public Schools Cash Flow Borrowing
20Grand Rapids Veteran Expo offers transition help, career services and more
19Statewide Partnership brings Conservation Milestone
19Gov. Snyder confirms financial emergency in Benton Harbor Area Schools
19Michigan seeking innovative approaches to improving health of mothers, babies
19Gov. Rick Snyder urges residents to report flood property losses this week
18Feast on the Flavors of Pure Michigan
18Law Enforcement Agencies Conduct Sex Offender Sweep in Muskegon Heights
18MDOT to end M-55/M-65 signal study early, return signal to full operation
16Be Safe During Flood Cleanup Efforts; Weekend Storm and Showers Possible
15Michigan National Guard tuition assistance website rolls out
15Snyder urges propane customers to get early fill for upcoming heating season
15Drunk driving and seat belt enforcement crackdown underway; Finish the summer with the new traffic safety six-pack
15State Board Seeks Public Input on Search for Next Superintendent
15Staff Assault at the G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility
15Pavement marking changes on US-2 in Manistique Monday
15National transportation officials tour innovative MDOT bridge projects
15Michigan Department of Human Services will work with federal partners to investigate disability fraud - Efforts could save taxpayers millions of dollars
15MPSC Issues New Consumer Tips Sheet for Propane Customers
15Additional I-94/I-69 closures for bridge work
15DEQ grants $2.5 million for scrap tire reuse
15Michigan Army National Guard showcases Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center
14Think Food Safety and Nutrition when Packing School Lunches
14Michigan leaders: ‘Lake Erie must be protected'
14After the Flood: Schuette Shares Consumer Tips to Avoid Home Repair Scams
14Secretary of State's office offers online services at Howell's Melon Festival
14Michigan leaders: ‘Lake Erie must be protected'
14Snyder makes appointment, reappointment to Manufactured Housing Commission
14Snyder makes appointment to Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Monument Fund Commission
14MDOT report says bicycling brings community and economic benefits
14MDOT to alter I-75 traffic shift and detour schedule Aug. 23
14Snyder makes appointments, reappointments to Board of Barber Examiners
14Snyder makes appointments, reappointments to Early Childhood Investment Corp.
14Michigan Recognizes Health Centers Role in Providing Healthcare Services to Residents
14Snyder makes reappointment to State Building Authority board
14Snyder makes appointment to Michigan Humanities Council
14I-75 nighttime ramp closures continue this weekend in Genesee County
14Citizens Encouraged to Report Flood Damage to Local Officials
13US-41 shoulder work near Trenary starts Wednesday
13State Board Recommends Changes to Michigan's Charter School Laws
13MDOT makes it easier to get to Pure Michigan 400 race at Michigan International Speedway (MIS)
13Snyder celebrates Anchor Coupling expansion, 120 new jobs in Menominee
13Snyder issues declaration of disaster for Wayne, Oakland, Macomb counties
13Snyder makes appointment to Board of Audiology
13Nearly all freeways reopened in Metro Detroit after record-breaking flooding
13Snyder leads effort for federal emergency relief for Southeast Michigan
13Michigan's July Unemployment Rate Moves Upward
13State Police Welcomes New State Properties Security Officers; New Officers Provide Security at Capitol
13Snyder makes appointments to Board of Nursing
13Snyder makes appointment to Board of Marriage and Family Therapy
13Snyder makes appointment, reappointment to Public School Employees' Retirement System Board
13Snyder makes appointment to Board of Acupuncture
13MDOT traffic alert: Humboldt railroad crossings active
13One-Third Priority Schools Remove Designation
12Update on Flooding in Metro Detroit
12State Resources Continue to Respond to Flooding in Metro Detroit; Road Closures Continue throughout Metro Detroit
12State Emergency Operations Center Activated; Road Closures Continue throughout Metro Detroit
12Snyder inspects Southeast Michigan flooding; urges motorists to exercise caution
12Crack sealing work starts Aug. 18 in west-central Michigan
12Michigan Finance Authority Approves Detroit Board of Water Commissioners' Financing Proposal
11Code Michigan Returns for Second Year, Branches Out to Three Locations Across State
1111 Authorizers Put "At Risk of Suspension" to Create Future Charter Schools
11Better Off Working is Michigan's new mantra for those with disabilities
11MDOT to switch M-53/M-142 intersection in Bad Axe to four-way stop
11Gov. Snyder determines financial emergency exists in Benton Harbor Area Schools
11MIOSHA Invites Employers to "Take a Stand" for Safety and Health
11US-2 resurfacing near Manistique starts Aug. 25
11US-127 BR shoulder work begins Monday, Aug. 11
11MDOT schedules open house Aug. 19 for US-31 temporary widening project in Petoskey
11M-46 railroad crossing work nearing completion
08Snyder issues statement addressing prison food service issues
08Secretary of State Mobile Office ready to do business at Upper Peninsula State Fair
08Michigan Department of Corrections statement on Aramark Correctional Services
08MSHDA Executive Director Scott Woosley Resigns
08I-69 repairs over Irish Road scheduled
08Unemployment Insurance Agency Employer Seminar to be Held in Bay City
08Bridge repairs scheduled on I-475 and I-69 bridges
07Michigan Feedlot Owner Found Guilty of Felony for Violating Bovine TB Quarantine
07Snyder makes reappointments to Compensation Appellate Commission
07Fourth of July Enforcement Results in 236 Drunk Driving Arrests; State releases annual Drunk Driving Audit
07Snyder makes appointments to Oakland University board of trustees
07M-83 resurfacing starts next week in Frankenmuth
07Schuette and State's Regulatory Chief Suspend License of Texas-based Pharmacy; Schuette and LARA Advise Michigan Consumers: Do Not Use Possibly Contaminated NuVision Drugs Marketed as Sterile
07Schuette and State's Regulatory Chief Suspend License of Texas-based Pharmacy
07I-75 nighttime ramp closures continue this weekend in Genesee County
07MSHDA Executive Director Scott Woosley Issues Response About Expenses
06Secretary of State's office offers services at South Haven's National Blueberry Festival
06Five Michigan counties receive state transportation economic development grants to help support 356 jobs
06I-94 closure this weekend in Detroit for bridge demolition
06Officials Urge Residents to Vaccinate, Protect Against Whooping Cough
06Secretary of State Mobile Office makes taking care of business easy at St. Johns Mint Festival
05MPSC Directs Consumers Energy Company and DTE Electric Company to File Proposals that Examine the Cost Allocation and Rate Design Methods Used to Set Rates for Electric Customers
05MPSC Issues Net Metering Report Showing a Steady Increase in Size of Program
05Public Health Alert: Sam's Club Chicken Caesar Salad
05$2.6 million in water quality improvement grants available
05M-15 public meeting scheduled in Vassar
05US-41 detoured in Keweenaw for culvert repair Aug. 12
05Meet Up, Eat Up, and Read Up!
05Cyber Awareness Luncheon Conference Series Comes to Traverse City
04MPSC to Host Informational Exhibit at Upper Peninsula State Fair
04Arwood to serve as chief operating officer of Michigan Economic Development Corporation
04MDOT to host public meeting to discuss US-23 improvements north of Ann Arbor
04Michigan's Coastal Zone Management Program receives $2.5 million in federal funds
02State Agencies Proactively Engaged During Toledo Water Ban
01Secretary Johnson: MI-TIME Line service tops half a million users
01I-75 concrete repairs in Ogemaw County continue Aug. 4
01State Police to Participate in Multi-State Traffic Enforcement Effort on I-94
01Snyder makes appointment to the MEDC Executive Committee
01Snyder makes appointment to the MEDC Executive Committee
01US-2/US-141 resurfacing near Crystal Falls starts Aug. 11
01Review team finds financial emergency in Benton Harbor Area Schools
01State of Michigan Schedules Auctions for Tax-Foreclosed Properties
01US-23 BR resurfacing in Rogers City starts Monday
01Deer Lake Roadside Park reopened
01Old M-108 bridge work in Cheboygan County starts Aug. 11
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