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This fast paced 2-day course will cover rigging gear, rigging concepts and introduce some intermediate to advanced rigging skills and applications. Essential knowledge of slings and rigging hardware will also be covered.

President Trump on Friday tweeted that he’ll make “a major announcement” Saturday afternoon concerning the ongoing partial government shutdown and the “humanitarian crisis” on the southern border.

If your ice maker isn't working, a simple fix might get it going again. Always unplug your refrigerator and turn the water supply line off before troubleshooting.

There comes a time in everyone’s career when they’re ready to take it to the next level. And with annual performance reviews just around the corner for many, career advancement might be on your mind. However, getting where you want

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Now, if that deeply offended you, you are in for a rough ride. That's what we do. We swear. A lot. And get bendy.
We stretch, get fit & limber, while throw

Marquette University Law School
Fri: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m
Phone: 414.288.6767
Fri: 8:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m
Phone: 414.288.7090
Phone: 414.288.5285
Time: 12:15pm
Lubar Center, Eckstein Hall
Complimentary light lunch available
Charles Franklin, professor of law and public policy and director of the Marquette Law School Poll, joins Mike Gousha, distinguished fellow in law and public policy, for a discussion of the new Evers administration…

Details about Justice Department official Bruce Ohr's meetings with the author of the salacious anti-Trump dossier were shared by Ohr with his expansive circle of contacts inside the department -- including senior FBI leadership and officials now assigned to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, Fox News has learned.

Economic leaders say Michigan momentum will continue in 2019
Little change expected under new administration in Lansing
Detroit Economic Development Corp. chief sees new governor Whitmer as Detroit ally
Jeff Kowalsky/Detroit Economic Club
2019 Michigan Economic Outlook with Jeff Mason, CEO of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and Kevin Johnson, President & CEO of the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation held at the Motor City Casino in…

We hope you will come join in the fun of volunteering on race day! It's a morning full of fun helping to ensure runners have a great race day experience! Volunteers help to greet participants from the moment they arrive in the parking lot, help them find the registration tent, direct them to the start line and to the Independent Bank Kids Carnival and Spartan Motors firetruck activities. You can also volunteer to be a course marshal to cheer for and direct runners…

WASHINGTON (December 11, 2018) – The Trump administration took action today to weaken key parts of the Clean Water Act. The Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers agencies…

From food assistance to weather forecasts, the ongoing shutdown in Washington is beginning to have an impact on Michigan, which could become more profound if closed government extends into February.

As each country navigates the domestic political realities of ratifying a regional trade agreement, its important to emphasize the immense value the USMCA can bring to the regional and global economies by serving as a cornerstone for free and fair trade in the digital era.

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Brigham Young University Associate Professor Justin Dyer discusses how the field of fatherhood research has changed over the last century.

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Even after losing a tooth in an on-court collision with an opposing player, Isaiah Thomas didn’t slow down. The Boston Celtics point guard completed the play…and the rest of the game. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the end of his dental problems — it was just the beginning.

By Justin Caine
There’s a mentality that is found in many successful entrepreneurs and business owners. The will and the want to outwork and out hustle, to do what the others are not willing to do, in order to be as successful as possible. But this mentality is also prevalent in another group. A group I became a part of, long before I even knew what entrepreneurship was. When I was ten years old. When I became a person with a disability

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MSU Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) is pleased to announce the charity partners its employees selected for their 2019 charity campaign! Each year, employees work together to support our communities through a yearlong charity campaign. Credit Union employees raised $231,780 for selected 2018 charity partners and look forward to increasing fundraising and volunteer efforts this year
Employees will raise funds and awareness throughout…

Kia plans to recall tens of thousands of cars and SUVs, the automaker told WFTS late Tuesday.

Measure gives localities flexibility in plans to comply with permits for sewer overflows, wastewater discharges.

Senators have struck a last-minute deal to extend a program regulating how manufacturers must guard against potential terror attacks, calming fears from business groups about a lapse.

Yearly carbon pollution from a Ford SUV = One 9 ton T-Rex. Standards for #CleanerCars help limit this pollution

These are the winners of the 2018 Wood Design & Building Awards program. Visit wooddesignawards.com for more information. The Canadian Wood Council, as well ...

Two parcels of land “crucial” to connecting the region’s trail systems are being acquired by Ottawa County.

A portrait of three female entrepreneurs and their path to success on their own terms.

Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Kurtis Wilder returns to Butzel Long
The former Michigan Supreme Court Justice was appointed by former Gov. Rick Snyder
Spent nearly 20 years as a judge on the Michigan Court of Appeals
Kurtis Wilder
Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Kurtis Wilder is returning to his old stomping grounds, Butzel Long, as of counsel in the law firm's Detroit office, where he worked early in his career
After having spent nearly 20 years on the Michigan Court of Appeals,…

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Kids are busy – trying to juggle school with family responsibilities along with after school activities like sports, clubs or playing an instrument. And at the end of the day, it seems like there’s always the much-dreaded homework. We know it takes time, effort and focus to do it right. It’s hard to focus on …