Three months after he left his role as state Treasurer, Andy Dillon is still on the state payroll, making the same as he did when he had the top job.
The winter storm that blanketed Michigan also forced a closure of state government offices in Lansing today that some veteran state workers say hasn't happened in quite some time.
So, here's a change. Budget season is rapidly approaching and state-funded entities aren't diving for the tall grass.
After the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reported 23 wolves taken as part of the state's first-ever managed hunt, the department's director said today there's "always a potential" of allowing hunters to use traps in the future.