Michigan asks judge to shut Enbridge pipeline in Great Lakes
Energy company insists Line 5 pipeline was not damaged, flow of oil and natural gas liquids resumed June 20.
Dow agrees to US$77M environmental settlement in Michigan
Deal between the company and government agencies calls for improvements to fish and wildlife habitats.
Enbridge says gap opens beneath Great Lakes oil pipeline
Opening between the pipe and the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac poses “no safety or integrity risk.”
Bitter cold and natural gas shortages shutter auto plants
Automakers were hoping that the plants can return to normal operations as temperatures moderate on Saturday and into next week.
Cadillac brand will return to Michigan from New York
Company says brand’s workers need to be closer to engineers and designers; Cadillac plans to launch a new vehicle every six months for the next three years.
2 Michigan communities cleared to resume using tap water
Officials haven’t determined the source of the chemicals.
Pfizer to build new facility, add 450 jobs in Michigan
To spend $465 million building a new facility in Portage: production starting in 2024.
French maker of driverless shuttles opens US plant
Navya plans to hire 50 workers and make 25 driverless shuttles at the plant before the end of this year.
General Motors opens restored Flint factory that’s considered automaker’s birthplace
Parts of the factory date to 1886 when the facility was used by Flint Road Cart Co. to build horse-drawn carriages.
Ford investing $1.2B in 3 Michigan plants, adding 130 jobs
Spending $200 million on a data centre to store information collected from advanced vehicles.
Trump claims Ford has plans to invest in three Michigan auto plants
President has vowed to create jobs by deterring companies from outsourcing employment needs.
Ford worker killed after fall from Michigan factory crane
Reports suggest the man, who’s name has not been released, fell about 50 feet.
Trump threats won’t change Ford’s small car plans, CEO says
Automaker will proceed with moving production of its Focus compact vehicle to a plant in Mexico.
Disabled man gets license, shows driverless tech’s potential
Sam Schmidt, paralyzed from the neck down, uses head motions to control the car’s direction.
Michigan prison’s ‘vocational village’ provides inmate job training
Research finds that prisoners receiving educational training were 43% less likely to re-offend than those who did not.