As the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference starts Friday, the GOP will be thinking about how to tackle next year’s midterm election.
The U.S. government says it will appeal an order that suspended the deportation of 1,400 people to Iraq.
You’ll notice some “Misfit” produce the next time you’re at your local Meijer.
Three former Michigan State football players charged with sexual assault have waived a key hearing and will advance to trial.
A Michigan official blamed in the death of a Flint-area man who had Legionnaires’ disease faces a key hearing.
Gov. Rick Snyder has quickly signed into law contentious regulations for independent expenditure committees.
Pat Miles, a former U.S. attorney for the Western District of Michigan, has filed paperwork to run for state Attorney General’s Office.
Attorneys general from most states are broadening their investigation into the opioid industry amid a nationwide overdose crisis.
Multiple seats will be up for grabs in the upcoming election, many of which are held by legislators in West Michigan districts.
Bills sent to Gov. Rick Snyder would let candidates solicit unlimited contributions for independent committees supporting their candidacies.
Michigan election officials approved a petition form to raise the state’s minimum wage and eliminate a smaller wage to tipped employees.
States continue to use Common Core academic standards despite debate over if they are improving performance in reading and math.
MSP has temporarily stopped patrolling part of Detroit after a trooper fired his Taser at a teenager before he crashed an ATV and died.
The broad is holding off for now on deciding whether to declare that discrimination against LGBT people is already unlawful under state law.
A long-stalled movement to make it illegal to discriminate against LGBT people may gain traction.