Michigan’s medical marijuana law has been called confusing, but a group of attorneys is now working to help people better understand it.
A University of Cincinnati officer who shot a motorist during a traffic stop was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge.
A breakdown of what Common Core standards are and how tests are administered, as well comment from proponents and opponents.
The Michigan Supreme Court ruled against guidelines that increase mandatory minimum terms based on factors not found by a jury.
Stores at the new Tanger Outlets south of Grand Rapids are adding finishing touches before the grand opening on Friday.
The Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared over the Indian Ocean last year was a Boeing 777.
Engineers say a $6 million fix on the US-131 twin bridge span over the Muskegon River could last up to a century.
Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. is offering its first incentive, $1,000 to new-car buyers who are referred by current Tesla owners.
A man was killed in a head-on car crash west of Middleville on Tuesday afternoon.
Some Consumers Energy customers will experience two brief power outages in downtown Grand Rapids in August.
The Michigan Supreme Court says state workers can’t be forced to pay labor unions for negotiating contracts and providing other services.
A former Muskegon credit union manager has pleaded guilty to embezzling nearly $2 million.
The Michigan Liquor Control Commission appears to have raided the Pioneer Club in downtown Holland Wednesday afternoon.
Deputies are investigating two separate house fires involving a 13-year-old Gobles area boy.
The MI Court of Appeals has rejected the appeal of a Wyoming woman who is in prison for attacking her parents with a hatchet.
Two Ottawa County men face charges for stealing guns from a home in Port Sheldon Township.