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Audit: agency underreported investments - Monroe News
LANSING (AP) — Two audits found Michigan’s economic development agency and a related state board were underreporting investments by millions in draft reports. The Auditor General on Tuesday released two reports, which say the two state entities ...
One of the hottest teen brands from a decade ago just filed for bankruptcy [video] - Monroe News
Aeropostale used to be one of the most popular teen retailers. Cheaper than Abercrombie & Fitch, and less bohemian than American Eagle, the brand was the go-to for teens who still wanted to fit in with the trends. But those days are gone. The retailer has ...
IBM just beat Google to a brand new type of computing - Monroe News
On Wednesday, IBM scientists will make a quantum computer available to the public as a cloud service for the first time. Though the cloud service is geared mostly toward scientists and students, anyone interested in this strange new computer will be able ...
'Captain America: Civil War' proves - yet again - Marvel's chops on the big screen - Monroe News
It's almost not fair that "Captain America: Civil War" is opening barely a month after "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice." The movies share so much, from their escapist origins to their melodramatic themes of male honor and revenge to ambivalence toward ...
Dive team searching for gun - Monroe News
DUNDEE – Members of the Michigan State Police dive team are searching the River Raisin in Dundee for a handgun believed to have been used in an assault. Team members are searching from inside the boat and by diving. The gun apparently was used in a ...
Your yard may be a haven for Zika-carrying mosquitoes, here's what to do - Monroe News
The appearance of the Zika virus in our hemisphere, with all its attendant worries for expectant parents, casts a new and darker light on the presence of the Asian tiger mosquito. This ubiquitous pest of mid-Atlantic gardens is closely related to the ...
Local credit union receives 5 stars for strength, profits - Monroe News
Education Plus Credit Union in Monroe earned a 5 Star Superior rating from BauerFinanical Inc. The rating indicates the credit union is one of the strongest credit unions in the nation, a news release said. The credit union was recognized for excelling in ...
5 outdoor products for spring - Monroe News
Though there may be a snowstorm or two lurking in the future, we've reached a point where good weather has made outdoor adventures more consistently available. Basically, you can hang up the snowshoes and start breaking in your hiking boots. To herald the ...
Foolproof food swaps to eat healthier - Monroe News
Do you find yourself trying all these "healthified" recipes? Does your excitement build, you're salivating, your stomach is growling, and you're oh so ready for the magic way to enjoy your favorite calorie and/or fat dense food without all those calories ...
How a tool to help patients save on health care backfired - Monroe News
First, the good news: We seem to be on the edge of a new age of price transparency in health care. All kinds of tools are being developed to give consumers the ability to answer how much health care will cost even before they decide where to go, ranging ...
Kitchen Call: A new take on Sunday eggplant - Monroe News
Sunday dinner was a big deal when I was growing up. Three generations gathered for a leisurely meal, talking over the week gone by, making plans for the new week, hashing out problems, discussing game scores, asking us about our school assignments.
Obama to name Stonewall 1st national monument for gay rights - Monroe News
New York's iconic Stonewall Inn, where the modern gay rights movement took root, will become the first national monument honoring the history of gays and lesbians in the U.S. under a proposal President Barack Obama is preparing to approve. Designating the ...
High school yearbook recalled after lewd photo prank, teen faces charges - Monroe News
It started as a dare, one teenage boy antagonizing another. So when the Red Mountain High School football team lined up in their red and white jerseys on picture day last August, standing shoulder pad to shoulder pad in the stadium bleachers, Hunter Osborn ...
Repaving of Lewis Ave. in Ida Township set to begin Thursday - Monroe News
IDA TOWNSHIP — Paving of Lewis Ave. between Rauch and Todd Rds. in Ida Township is expected to begin Thursday, the Monroe County Road Commission has announced. County crews have been trenching and paving the existing deteriorated pavement edges and ...
Ask Lisa: Dark pans pose risk of burning foods more quickly - Monroe News
A: Lighter pans aren’t necessarily better for baking, but darker pans require more attention because they can burn food more quickly. The same rule that applies to clothing — lighter colors reflect heat, and darker colors absorb it — applies to ...