The 16 Most Interesting Michigan Stories from 2016
Earlier this year, Science Daily attempted to get to the bottom of this large crack that inexplicably opened in the ground near Menominee in the Upper Peninsula.
This building carries a Cold War nuclear secret history. It was part of the 34th Air Division and operated between April of 1966 and December of 1969.
Hikers along the North Country Trail in Michigan stumbled on a 'dead zone' where all animal sounds disappeared and there was no signs of life.
You don't need to drive much in Michigan away from the cities to see the state's vast farmlands. But these 4 counties have more cows that people.
During the summer of 2016 a strange object was found at the bottom of Gull Lake. It appeared to be ordinance from the Civil War era. If so, how did it end up at the bottom of a Southwest Michigan lake?
Sure you've heard of Cape Canaveral in Florida, but before that, there was a spaceport hidden away in Northern Michigan that launched rockets into space.
Are there any spots around Michigan that you can go swimming au natural? Maybe. Though the state does have public indecency laws, here 5 possible clothing optional beaches in Michigan.
A Fata Morgana, or mirage on the horizon, was sighted on Lake Superior off the coast of Marquette in October.
At the beginning of 2016 there were 2 Hot n Now locations in Michigan, Bay City and Sturgis. The Bay City location closed for good after Labor Day leaving Sturgis as the last location for the once-popular drive-thru burger chain.
The Washington, DC area may have the most famous pentagon, but not the only one. Battle Creek's Fort Custer is home to a Pentagon as well.
There are more Michigan Lottery winners per capita in Port Huron than anywhere else in Michigan. What makes the St. Clair County city so lucky?
Michigan's friendliest cities have a smiling water tower overlooking the town. In fact, there are more smiley faced water towers in Michigan than in any other state.
In the strictest sense there are not 5 Great Lakes, only 4.
Well of the beaten path in South Central Michigan, Little Ceasers offered a breakfast sandwich, the pizzini, at just one location.
A local legend in Northern Lower Michigan involves a tree on the grounds of the former Traverse City State Hospital, the Hippie Tree.
While doing construction work on Territorial Road in Battle Creek, crews uncovered a portion of the road that goes back to before Michigan became a state.