Lansing, MI - Attorney General Dana Nessel has announced that Michigan will receive $15,363,336.52 in debt relief for 1,868 former ITT Technical Institute (ITT) students as part of a multi-state settlement.
Waterford, MI - Data breaches cost the health care industry over $5 billion every year, destroying the integrity of protected health information and impacting consumer confidence. Cyberattackers continue to develop more sophisticated ways to attack health care information and gain access to private data.
Lansing, MI - Is quitting smoking on your to-do list this summer? The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) can help with free nicotine patches, gum or lozenges through Sept. 30.
Pontiac, MI - Oakland County is enhancing the safety of residents, guests and businesses by improving the ability of first responders to communicate with each other during emergencies, including seamless interoperability with neighboring counties as well as state and federal agencies, County Executive L. Brooks Patterson announced recently.
Detroit, MI - Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has announced that the Secretary of State Mobile Office will visit the Wayne County Community College downtown campus Thursday, June 27.
Pontiac, MI - The first Oakland County mosquito pool testing positive for West Nile Virus in 2019 was collected in Pontiac, Michigan.
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