It turns out you can't always count on family for a vote if you're running for office. Michigan State Representative Wayne Schmidt has found support from an unlikely source, his opponent's mother.
Schmidt is facing off with Republican Greg MacMaster for an open senate seat in northern Michigan.
MacMaster's mother has told the Traverse City Record-Eagle that Schmidt is the better candidate.
MacMaster says he hasn't spoken to his mother in more than two decades and says it's unfortunate his politics have taken a personal turn.
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Supporters were pressing the board to deny the American Synthetic Rubber Company's request to modify its emissions goals to exceed the limit of a cancer-causing chemical.
A bus transmission blew, leaving a woman and 41 dogs stranded in Louisville.
The 2-year-old girl was found in a pool at a nearby home on South 23rd Street after being reported missing Saturday afternoon.
The Kentucky Department of Health estimates that more than 38,000 Kentuckians are currently infected.
If basketball has more to do with dreams than any other sport, and a convincing argument can be made that it does, surely it has something to do with the jumping.