The state budget is starting to take center stage in Lansing, and one of legislators’ major priorities as they work out spending is educatio…
A stretch of highway near White Cloud has been named for a West Michigan soldier who died in Iraq more than 10 years ago.
Among other things, the bills would define 17-year-olds as juveniles and prohibit children under 18 from being detained in adult facilities.
Authorities said the couple was arguing over whether to return to a party when the husband jumped out.
The toy was later discovered on the ground by staff, officials said.
Rep. Candice Miller wants a federal investigation that could lead to shutdown of twin oil pipelines beneath the Straits of Mackinac.
Michigan State Police posts statewide are serving as drop-off points for expired, unwanted or unused prescription drugs.
The gray wolf population in the UP appears to have declined slightly in recent years, but state biologists say it’s stable and healthy.
A Michigan congressman is proposing a tougher national limit for lead in drinking water in response to the crisis in Flint.
The conversation over the fix for Detroit Public Schools continues in Lansing.
An ex-convict who showed up on an officer’s doorstep armed with a knife is likely heading back to prison.
Drivers looking for license renewals through Express SOS will need to take an alternative route online.
Michigan is getting $17.2 million after drugmaker Pfizer Inc. agreed to resolve allegations surrounding discounts.
A man charged last year for a crash in Grand Rapids now faces multiple felonies for allegedly pulling a gun on an officer in Livonia.
The budget includes more for road construction, dental coverage for low-income teens and the investigation into the Flint water crisis.
A West Michigan mother who lost her 10-year-old son is now dealing with another loss.
The interim director of Michigan’s Veterans Affairs Agency is dropping the temporary tag.
Gov. Snyder wants to lift his state from the depths of the Flint crisis to being a national model for lead monitoring.
If you plan to hit the road this Memorial Day, get ready to pay more at the pump.
The GOP-controlled state Senate has approved legislation to make it illegal to pay someone to distribute or sell fetal tissue in Michigan.