Late Tuesday, one mother's hard work from the last two years paid off in a big way. Bonnie Raffaele, whose daughter Kelsey was tragically killed in an accident in 2010, got to see "Kelsey's Law" signed by Governor Rick Snyder. The law, which affects teen drivers in Michigan, prohibits the use of cell phones while driving. I had a chance to talk to Bonnie this afternoon about Kelsey's Law and what it means to her. Check out the interview after the jump.
My momma always told me "If you dont have anything nice to say, say it under your breath so no one can hear" An Indiana woman who recently moved from Arizona to be closer to her family did NOT listen to my mom! The woman has found the hard way what NOT to say in the county clerk's office in Berrien County, and now she is in the lockup!
So the Guv signed the bill into law. I was confused...I thought everyone wanted to work if they could. Why would you not want to let people work who wanted to have a job? Yeah, then I realized I wasn't exactly right on what it's all about.
Don't spend all holiday season racking your brain on what to get your family and friends! Give the gift of local this season by buying a Michigan made product. Not only are you supporting our local economy, but you are also giving a unique gift to a loved one. In
Traverse City doesn’t go to sleep in December. Instead, it becomes a magnet for skiers, snowmobilers and snowshoe hikers who consider this one of the country’s most beautiful winter destinations – and for visitors who know that this is the best time to sample its cozy indoor hideaways, tempting cuisine and vibrant music scene.
While Grand Rapids continues to get praise for the many things the city has to offer, a city a mere hour and forty-five minutes from here isn't so lucky. Albion, Michigan has been named by the Princeton Review as one of the worst college towns in America.
As usual, the Lions are having another stellar season. They will have to win the remaining games to hit the 10 win level that they reached last season. In other words, there's a good chance they won't make the playoffs again. But, regardless of their record, the Lions ALWAYS play one high profile game a year. On Thanksgiving.
Taking a page right out of the "Never Been Kissed" playbook (Drew Barrymore? "Josie Grossie"? C'mon! You know you saw that movie.) a 21-year-old Lansing man forged documents to pose as a high school student. James Nash transferred to Mount Pleasant High School during the first week of school, claiming to be 17-year-old Javier Jones. Now why would anyone ever want to go back to high school? Cafeteria food? Book reports? To scam on underage, naive high school girls? Well maybe, but mostly James Nash wanted to play high school football.
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