Thirteen of the first batch of 33 homes to get new a water line in Flint didn’t have high levels of lead, a newspaper reported Thursday.
Officials say roughly 200 children who attended a day camp at a suburban Detroit gym may have been exposed to bacterial meningitis.
A veteran oil company lobbyist who joined Michigan’s energy agency last year will lead the state DEQ in the wake of Flint’s water crisis.
A Michigan man who must register as a sex offender is running for sheriff, and it’s legal.
The owner of an Ann Arbor bar featured on a TV show has been sentenced to prison.
Mackinac Island is restricting drones amid worries that such unmanned aircraft may startle the island’s horses and interfere with its histor…
A former Meijer employee has sued the Midwest retailer saying it failed to accommodate her need to pump as a breastfeeding mother.
Fiat Chrysler is turning to weekend car tinkerers and good-guy hackers to expose software vulnerability in its cars and trucks.
The state of Michigan has tapped two companies to analyze the financial risk of an oil pipeline rupture in the Straits of Mackinac.
Small SUVs did poorly in new headlight tests performed by the insurance industry.
A white Detroit police detective who called the Black Lives Matter movement “racists” and “terrorists” has been demoted.
AAA Michigan says gas prices statewide have decreased by about 9 cents per gallon in the past week.
For the past couple of weeks, “To The Point” has been introducing you to the candidates in the primary for state House seats.
The group supporting the proposed Initiative 1515 cancelled a Friday morning appointment to turn in signatures.
Michael Krol worked in the jails for the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office from 2003 to 2007 and was from a Detroit suburb.