Stories By Angela Mulka

  • Michigan woman earns billboard in Times Square for kid's book A West Michigan woman used the pandemic to write a children's book educating kids about Type 1 diabetes after being diagnosed with the condition in her twenties. The book, published almost a year ago, is a best-seller and earned the author a spot...
  • How to keep pets safe at home during fireworks to avoid shelters More pets run away on July 4th than any other day, according to the Michigan-based nonprofit Bissell Pet Foundation, which provides Michigan residents tips to keep their pets safe during the holiday weekend.
  • Michigan couple's limo catches on fire with wedding party inside Newlyweds Brendan and Isabel Kiel, accompanied by their wedding party, were heading to their reception in Holland when their rented Hummer limousine burst into flames. 
  • Most intact woolly mammoth baby uncovered in Canada A near-complete, mummified baby woolly mammoth was found by miners in Yukon, Canada and experts say it is "the most complete find" in North America.
  • How to apply for an absentee ballot in Michigan and track it Michigan's Aug. 2 primary election is roughly five weeks away, but election officials advise absentee ballots are available. 
  • Walmart sells low-price insulin for those without insurance To help cover the rising cost of insulin for people whose insurance doesn't include it or the 28 million Americans without insurance Walmart offers the first-ever private brand analog insulin at a low cost.
  • Roe v. Wade overturned: Michigan AG won't prosecute abortions Michigan women and doctors will not be prosecuted for obtaining or providing an abortion despite Roe v. Wade being overturned, Attorney General Dana Nessel said in a statement Friday.
  • Roe v. Wade overturned: Michigan AG won't prosecute abortions Michigan women and doctors will not be prosecuted for obtaining or providing an abortion despite Roe v. Wade being overturned, Attorney General Dana Nessel said in a statement Friday.
  • Whitmer urges state Supreme Court to protect access to abortion Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer filed a motion in the Michigan Supreme Court on Friday urging the justices immediately consider her lawsuit asking the court to decide if Michigan's state constitution protects the right to abortion.
  • Bayne's hard cider project grows, looking to expand business Bayne’s Apple Valley Farm, a fall destination known for doughnuts, caramel apples and pies aims to become a regional destination as it expands its tap house offerings two years after launching its hard cider project.
  • FDA orders Juul to pull its vaping products from US market The FDA has already banned the sale of fruit-flavored e-cigarettes after critics claimed the products targeted teens. Regulators have since been reviewing thousands of applications for vaping products after tightening their oversight of the...