Michigan ranked No. 1 nationally at 98 percent in 2009. But its use rate was 94.5 percent last year, which dropped the state to 12th.
Jim Hackett, the former CEO of Grand Rapids-based Steelcase, will replace CEO Mark Fields.
A Delta Air Lines spokesman says a flight on its way to Seoul, South Korea, had to dump fuel and return to Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Five organizations have been awarded grants to monitor water quality in Michigan lakes and rivers.
A Newaygo County venue was heavily damaged after a fire broke out Friday.
Two birds recovered from West Michigan are among the first confirmed carriers of West Nile virus in Michigan this year.
A 21-year-old Indiana man has been convicted in an attack on a Michigan State Police trooper caught on video.
Two drivers are dead after a wrong-way crash on US-131 in Osceola County.
Relatives of rocker Chris Cornell are refuting inferences that he knowingly and intentionally killed himself in a Detroit hotel room.
Republican legislative leaders and the governor disagree about over switching new teachers away from a pension to a 401(k) retirement plan.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is calling for a special election to fill the seat of a lawmaker who committed suicide.
Thousands of homes and businesses in Michigan lost power Thursday as strong winds whipped through the state.
Lawmakers have voted to require that public employees convicted of a crime related to their work lose a portion of their pension or 401(k).
Arie Luyendyk Jr. has a long history of racing, but Thursday marked his first drive into Grand Rapids.
Groups that want to legalize recreational marijuana and repeal of a prevailing wage law can begin gathering voter signatures.