A judge will decide whether to uphold or overturn a decision preventing Nestle from building a booster station for its Osceola County well.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced the formation of the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team to deal with what many believe will be a growing problem.
Democratic candidate Shri Thanedar has been sued and accused of fraud in the sale of his majority stake in a chemical-testing company.
General Motors is telling investors its next generation of electric vehicles will cost the company 30 percent less than current ones.
Live traps are being placed in a suburban Detroit neighborhood in hopes of catching two Guinness World Records-holding cats.
There are renewed calls in the state legislature to add gender identification and sexual orientation to the list of hate crime protections.
Health officials across America will ask smokers to put down the cigarettes for a good cause Thursday.
Gusty winds and widespread showers will greet hunters Wednesday in lower Michigan for the start of the regular firearm deer hunting season.
A woman who authorities say caused an explosion and fire in a motel room that injured her two children has been sentenced.
Two boys were injured after an explosion in Newaygo County Monday night, according to dispatchers.
Gov. Snyder says he has “significant” long-term concerns about Enbridge’s twin oil pipelines in the Straits of Mackinac.
When MDOT moved forward with plans to rebuild part of US-23, it decided to experiment with a way to ease congestion at peak periods.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is hoping hunters will help gather important information about chronic wasting disease.
Hate crimes rose for the second straight year in 2016, according to FBI statistics released Monday.
The search for 2-year-old Carter Grace Gerschoffer ended at a Grand Rapids area motel Monday.