Authorities are looking into two more incidents in which vehicles on I-69 were struck by “projectiles.”
A former Christian camp counselor accused of inappropriately touching a camper now faces more criminal sexual conduct charges.
A company says it won’t ship heavy crude oil through pipes that run beneath the Straits of Mackinac in northern Michigan.
A health care technology security expert told 24 Hour News 8 that online health information is never completely safe.
The lone survivor of a 1966 Great Lakes shipwreck has died of cancer. Dennis Hale was 75.
As the number of ‘skimming’ devices found hidden inside gas pumps increases, the Department of Agriculture has launched a statewide blitz.
Testing has been completed on more than 10,000 sexual assault kits found in a Detroit police property storage facility.
To help drivers over the Labor Day holiday weekend, MDOT will suspend construction on many of its projects.
The state has approved Michigan Energy Assistance Program grants totaling $89.5 million for 13 organizations to help low-income residents.
Flint officials say more customers aren’t paying for water after a judge barred the city from shutting off service because of unpaid bills.
Officers from across the state and nation were among hundreds of people at the funeral of a trooper killed while on motorcycle patrol.
Michigan State University has agreed to a series of steps to improve its response to complaints of sexual assault or harassment.
A legislative committee has held the first hearing for Rep. Courser and Rep. Gamrat who are accused of misusing resources to hide an affair.
Matthew Krueger allegedly set a fire in Oceana County, then rammed the gate at a Coast Guard station and assaulted someone.
Reps. Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat misused state resources and broke House rules, according to an report released Monday.
A Facebook page and a hashtag has helped find the owner of a doll that was lost in Mackinaw City.