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The American Civil Liberties Union is so upset that a Michigan baby died just after being born that the group is suing the Catholic Church for not deliberately killing the child earlier...It's about a nationwide policy created by nonmedical
Conference of Catholic Bishops, claiming doctors at a Catholic-run hospital failed to provide appropriate care during her miscarriage because of religious directives prohibiting abortion...Means, then 27 and a mother of two, sought care at Mercy
The 2013 Associated Press Division 1-2 All-State team features two players who played in a state championship game last season and who were part of two of the best teams this season. Muskegon quarterback Deshaun Thrower and Detroit Cass Tech
Health officials in Muskegon County have confirmed 29 cases of salmonella among Muskegon and Ottawa county residents. Muskegon County director Ken Kraus said Tuesday the agency conducted more than 100 interviews with food-service workers, restaurant
Army ground combat vehicles is to be developed by a division of L-3 Communications under a $20 million contract...L-3 said work on the project will take place at L-3's Muskegon, Mich., facility, and will continue through 2017. Additional details were
A new world record set last month by a dragster built by Muskegon Community College students is drawing more attention to the college's commitment to alternative energy research. "Short Circuit" isn't just any dragster. It's an electric dragster that
I write about how people and leaders achieve extraordinary results...Image courtesy of Smithsonian Institute American History Blog When organizations innovate new products and services, the process can get very complex: Competitive analyses...But it'
Health officials in Muskegon County say they're investigating a suspected salmonella outbreak. The Muskegon Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/1apaRs3 ) that as of Tuesday officials said they've received 15 laboratory-confirmed cases of salmonella.
Beer is being brewed commercially in downtown Muskegon for the first time since 1957, local beer historians say. The long development efforts of Unruly Brewing Co. are paying off in the creation of local craft beer in the basement of the Russell
Art created from debris removed from around Muskegon Lake is being featured through Friday at the Red Lotus Gallery. The Muskegon Lake Art Project exhibit used debris that was cleared recently from the shoreline, according to The Muskegon Chronicle (