In this morning's headlines: Hunting fees, US Senate race, Adrian wants to pay student loans
Govenor signs hunting and fishing fee increase
"Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law Michigan's first hunting and fishing license fee increases in more than 15 years. The revamped fees will kick in March 1 and generate more revenue for wildlife, fisheries and habitat programs. A new "base" hunting license will cost $11 for in-state residents, with lower rates for youths and seniors," the Associated Press reports.
Amash will not run for US Senate
"West Michigan Republican congressman Justin Amash won't run for the US Senate seat opening with the retirement of Democrat Carl Levin. Former Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land is the only declared Republican candidate," the Associated Press reports.
Adrian College plans to pay student loans if students don't get jobs
"Adrian College is planning a new loan repayment program that offers to pay all or part of students' loans if they are unable to secure a well-paying job after graduation," the Associated Press reports.