Marshall - – Calhoun County officials want the public’s help to stop illegal activity in its parks. It’s been about five months since the nearly six-mile Calhoun County Trailway opened, a project that took close to a decade to complete. The $1.2 million trail has increasingly seen more users — a trend the county is excited about (Battle Creek Enquirer)

According to a report by transportation research group, Michigan ranks worst nationally for its poor quality of rural roads and 14th worst for its rural bridges. The report was released Tuesday by TRIP, a national nonprofit transportation research group based in Washington, D.C. (Detroit News)

The Michigan Department of Transportation is lifting all weight restrictions on state trunkline highways in most of the Lower Peninsula. Special weight limits are put in place in the winter time to help protect the roads. (WDET)

The Michigan Department of Transportation says the "Mighty Mac" re-opened around 2:18 p.m. Tuesday after being closed to traffic for several hours.

A Michigan State Police investigator says he's never seen anything like the disaster last week near Galesburg, and hopes he never sees another one like it again.