Closing arguments have ended in a challenge to Michigan’s ban on same-sex marriage, which was approved by voters in 2004.
The mummified body of a woman has been found in a vehicle parked in the garage of a foreclosed home.
The news that Michigan’s unemployment rate is the lowest since 2008 has not gone unnoticed by Michigan businesses or the governor’s office.
Selling electronic cigarettes to minors would be prohibited under legislation that has unanimously passed the Michigan Senate.
The Michigan Supreme Court is hearing arguments to determine whether more than 300 prisoners could someday get a shot at parole.
The state Department of Technology, Management & Budget said Wednesday that it’s the lowest jobless rate since May 2008.
What does all the snow and ice mean for water levels and the potential for flooding in the coming months?
The terms “mental retardation” and “mentally retarded” will be removed from state laws under legislation that has unanimously passed the state Senate and House.
A Zeeland Township man, charged with the murder of his sister and her husband more than 26 years ago, was in court for the first day of his trial.
A northern Michigan ice cream maker is recalling a flavor that’s sold at many Aldi stores and may contain nuts.
A Saginaw man has been charged with murder in the death of his 6-year-old son.
Arson investigators and cadaver dogs are expected to sift through the charred remains of a Detroit apartment building destroyed by an early morning fire.
Congress has given final approval to a bill designating 32,000 acres of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore as wilderness.
This November’s election — 244 days away — will be a big one with big implications.
A Mecosta County man was killed in a Tuesday morning fire at his home.
President Barack Obama is proposing a spending cut for a program that deals with some of the Great Lakes’ most urgent environmental threats.