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The former Rust Belt state is betting its future on a sought-after natural resource — people — guided by one person in particular. Hilary Doe, the first state chief growth officer anywhere, discusses what’s next.
City Clerk Jason Bell said he had been working on the website upgrade for a few months and got pricing from three companies: Munibit, Revize and Granicus. The city's current website is by CivicPlus.
A ransomware attack early Wednesday led to the shutdown of the main information network used by the Grand Traverse County and Traverse City governments. Dozens of departments were affected.
Police in Woodhaven, Mich., learned that caller ID was displaying the chief's full name, and a resident was told to send $10,000 to an address in California or face criminal charges.
Both the University of Michigan and Washtenaw Community College will be involved in training and retraining workers at the MSTAR center for semiconductor chip manufacturing.
The university is working with the Detroit Regional Chamber on Innovate Michigan, an initiative to keep skilled graduates from Michigan universities in state and to secure financing for companies founded by researchers.
MSU is polling the Internet to name its new autonomous electric bus that will start driving a set route this fall. It comes with six light detection and ranging sensors, six radars and eight RGB cameras.
State economic development and university officials joined private-sector EV leaders in an online discussion of “The Path to True Electrification.” For Michigan, that will include a focus on infrastructure, job training and shaping public policy.
A cyberattack against Michigan Ascension hospitals continues to cause issues, forcing it to divert some ambulances to other hospitals for certain medical issues, delay diagnostic imaging and is affecting its ability to fill prescriptions.
Michigan lawmakers are advancing legislation to expand tax incentives aimed at attracting large data centers, but environmental advocates warn that the plans could hurt the state's water and electricity supply.