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Allegan General Hospital Employee Finally Retires After 50-Year Career

Today's work environment is as competitive as ever, and employees are switching jobs at unprecedented rates -- in fact, $11 billion is lost annually due to employee turnover. But Janice Hays has been working for the same employer for 50 years, and after half a century she has finally reached her retirement, WZZM reports.

Invasive Species Targeting And Quickly Destroying Michigan's Hemlock Trees

If you've noticed a tiny insect eating through Michigan's hemlock trees, you're not alone. The hemlock wooly agelgid (HWA) is an invasive species that can seriously damage the state's forests, according to The Detroit News.

"Just Don't Know What I Did Wrong": 83-Year-Old Man Aggressively Beaten By Michigan Police Who Refuse To Release Dash Cam Footage

The global dashboard camera market, in terms of revenue, was valued at $1,458.2 million in 2013 and is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 15.3% during the period from 2014 to 2020. That's because dash cameras are an exceedingly useful tool for both police officers and everyday citizens. However, when police blatantly refuse to release dash cam footage, it's a serious cause for suspicion and most likely means that they're trying to keep something hidden that could get them in trouble.
That's why many people are defending 83-year-old Larry Sevenski, who Michigan police claim assaulted them on St. Patrick's Day, leading them to slam him to the ground, breaking his arm and nose. However, they're refusing to release the dash cam footage to prove it.

Lansing Judge May Be Punished After Sending Children to Juvenile Detention

The Michigan Supreme Court is in the process of deciding whether or not to issue a 30-day suspension to a Detroit judge who, during a family law case, ordered three siblings to juvenile detention. The crime? Failing to visit their father.