It's now legal to buy recreational pot in Michigan, but it's only for sale in three cities

With the metaphorical flip of a switch Sunday morning, businesses with a recreational pot license officially opened for business. At 10 a.m., a proposal that was first approved by voters via ballot measure in 2018 finally concluded its long process toward regulated sales in Michigan. Don't expect to see recreational businesses dot the Michigan landscape though.

U-M music professor directing project to compose songs for every one of state's 129 lighthouses

Bill Lucas, an assistant professor at the University of Michigan has embarked on a mission to absorb the sights, sounds, and smells of every lighthouse in Michigan and turn them into songs. By immersing himself in the environment that surrounds each structure, he hopes to transmit all of the tangibles and intangibles that come with these fabled structures into musical tributes.

Attorney: Several hospitals considering taking 14-year-old left brain dead after asthma attack

It's been a difficult month for Sarah Jones, whose son was pronounced brain dead after an asthma attack at the end of September left him without cognitive activity. While Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor made the recommendation to take Bobby Reyes off of life support, his mother has been fighting to keep him alive. She's currently looking for a second opinion and another hospital that could take Reyes.