The U.S. Census Bureau says Grand Rapids added about 1,300 people in the latest population estimate.
A bill in the Michigan House would restrict how much information about certain energy infrastructure would be public.
This is far from the epidemic it became in the Chicago-area, but local veterinarians are concerned and taking precautions.
If the bill becomes law, local governments would be prohibited from setting local minimum wages or other requirements for employers.
The Michigan Supreme Court says the study finds requiring repeat drunken drivers to use ignition interlocks is effective in preventing more …
Michigan landlords could send eviction notices to tenants through email or social media under legislation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder.
The state of Michigan is being sued over its refusal to change gender identities on driver’s licenses without a new birth certificate.
The current backlog is more than five times the normal amount.
Experts say roundabouts are safer, but the thought of navigating them makes many people anxious.
Egg producers here in Michigan, like Herbruck’s near Ionia, have taken extraordinary measures to keep the bird flu out of their facilities.
Is it time to legalize recreational marijuana in Michigan? Some state lawmakers say yes.
Gov. Snyder has signed bills that will make changes to a program aimed at offering a second chance to young criminal offenders.
Michigan’s unemployment rate has fallen again and has pulled even with the national rate for the first time in 15 years.
Michigan officials confirm three cases of canine flu in the state including two in Kent County.
Gov. Rick Snyder and Republican lawmakers have agreed on a framework for Michigan’s next budget.
The state Senate has voted to implement state standards for evaluating teachers while also delaying implementation of the evaluations.