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Ta'Niyah Jordan

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Past articles by Ta'Niyah:

Survivors of Oxford, Sandy Hook shootings join MSU students in call for gun reform

Pro-gun groups said these laws only make it difficult for law-abiding gun owners instead of getting tough on crime and punishing criminals. → Read More

Anniversary of Russian invasion in Ukraine inspires Mid-Michigan residents to take action

Residents are still doing their part to help those living and fighting in Ukraine. → Read More

Michigan student with special needs gets lost on bus ride home

Dean Transportation said in a statement that the student remained on board at all times with other students, the driver, and an adult bus attendant. The driver and the attendant have both gotten additional consultation following this incident. → Read More

Michigan program helps keeps women and their babies happy, healthy

Over $20 million is being used to improve maternal and infant health in the United States. → Read More

From lynching to law school, Kyra Bolden makes history serving on the state’s highest court

“This moment that we’re in being the first Black woman appointed to the Michigan Supreme Court is just such an honor and I’m just so excited to really do the work,” said Justice Bolden. → Read More

Helpful tips for kids who stay home alone

“Role play during the hour and a half session that they have with the kids. What to expect like how to call 911, what to expect when they talk to the operator on the other line, things like that,” said Recreation Administrator for Delta Township Lee Miller. → Read More

Staying on track with New Year’s resolutions

“In January, people want to make a decision to change their lives. A lot of people want to be better and a good way to change your life is to try to make the decision to be healthier – mentally and physically,” said Clark. → Read More

Invasive group A strep infections in Michigan: What you need to know

McLaren Health said the best way to make sure your family is safe from strep infections is to get vaccinated against COVID and influenza. → Read More

CATA bettering the bus for passengers, taking feedback

The Capital Area Transportation Authority is asking for feedback on ways to make its services more appealing. → Read More

Mid-Michigan doctors use new tool for early cancer detection

Henry Ford Health said they have a research team that is specifically for lung cancer screenings. “We can reduce the chance of people dying by 20% if we use good lung cancer screenings. → Read More

New year, new money for low paid workers

For the first time in Michigan's history, minimum wage workers are now making more than $10 an hour. → Read More

Portion of historic REO Motor Car Co. to become brewery

The historic building has been left empty ever since the Lansing Car Company closed in the 70′s. → Read More

Michigan plow drivers warn drivers of blowing snow, ice on roads

A powerful winter storm made its way to Michigan, bringing snow, ice, strong winds and power outages. → Read More

Okemos apartment fire displaces dozens of families just before Christmas

Several families in Okemos are without a place to live following Wednesday’s apartment fire. → Read More

City of Jackson works to get people out of the cold

Homeless people in Jackson said having a warm place to stay is a daily struggle. → Read More

Nuclear fusion breakthrough is milestone for clean energy

It’s one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs in almost 30 years. → Read More

‘Grass Lape’ - Michigan teen finalist on The Voice sees hometown support

Grass Lake’s very own Brayden Lape has advanced to the finals on “The Voice." → Read More

Sparrow passes 1,000 days fighting COVID

Last November, Sparrow had between 40 and 50 COVID-related deaths. This November, there were only four. → Read More

Charging your vehicle gets easier in Mid-Michigan

2 million electric vehicles are expected on Michigan roads by 2030. → Read More

Community colleges across US see significant decline in enrollment

The Community College enrollment crash caused by the COVID pandemic has continued into the 2021-22 school year. → Read More