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Schuette Reminds Residents about September Consumer Education Programs

LANSING – Attorney General Bill Schuette is encouraging Michigan residents to learn more about the consumer education programs offered through his office in the month of September. The Department of Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division offers a variety of programs throughout the month aimed at keeping Michigan consumers safe and up-to-date on the latest scams. […]

Sexual assault survivors can call toll-free hotline 24 hours a day for confidential support, resources

Sexual assault survivors can call toll-free hotline 24 hours a day for confidential support, resources A new confidential, 24-hour sexual assault hotline will provide crisis support and referrals to survivors and their friends and family, Gov. Rick Snyder and First Lady Sue Snyder announced. The hotline, at 1-855-VOICES4, launched last week. “The launch of this […]

MSP NEWS RELEASE, DNA confirms that “John Doe” buried in Georgia in 1979 is missing 15-year-old Andrew Jackson Greer from Addison, Mich.

ADRIAN, MICH. On Feb. 12, 1979, 15-year-old Andrew Jackson Greer left Addison High School and failed to return home. Greer’s whereabouts have been unknown for the past 39 plus years. The case remained cold after early investigations by the Michigan State Police in 1979 and the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Department in 2000. The cold case […]

Contaminated Fish from Huron River Reach Kent Lake

A “Do Not Eat” advisory has been added this weekend by the Michigan Department of Health for area lakes that feed from the Huron River. Fish from this Michigan lake have tested positive for perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS.) Kent Lake, part of Kensington Metropark, has been listed in the warning, along with other nearby bodies of […]

August Summer Festivals Throughout Michigan

From art fairs and car shows to food and beer fests, Michigan is host to a big variety of summer festivals. August is a popular month for music festivals, food tasting, and reenactments. The festivals listed below are a sampling of the different fair and festivals throughout Michigan: The Weekend of August 10-12 National Blueberry […]

Crackdown on Move Over Law

Drivers who follow Michigan’s Emergency Vehicle Caution Law (more commonly referred to as the Move Over Law) save lives, plain and simple. That’s why Michigan State Police are participating in a multi-state effort to crackdown on drivers who are not following the rule. In 2016, 4,908 work-zone crashes took place, 17 of which resulted in […]

Detroit Auto Show to Hit the Streets in June 2020

In an effort to boost crowds and keep automakers happy, the North American International Auto Show  (Detroit Auto Show) is being moved from its longstanding January date to June. Although the Detroit Auto Show remains a popular event, drawing international attention, as new cars are revealed each year, there are some drawbacks to hosting the […]

A Day in the Life of a Dispatcher

When you contact 9-1-1, do you know the steps that dispatchers follow to gather the information needed to effectively deploy emergency personnel to the scene? Ever wondered what it would be like to work as a dispatcher? Be sure not to miss this opportunity to get an inside look at the day of a MSP […]

Register Today for the Fall Color 5k

The Michigan State Police (MSP) invites you to participate in the 23rd Annual Fall Color 5k Run/Walk on Saturday, October 6 at Maybury State Park in Northville. The $25 entry fee includes a choice of t-shirt and refreshments. Each year, the MSP hosts the Fall Color 5k to benefit the Thin Blue Line of Michigan, […]