A Detroit roadway has been renamed for Stevie Wonder.
Christmas means major travel across the United States, and we have good news.
Police debunked a Muslim student’s allegation that was widely cited as an example of a spike in anti-Muslim incidents after the election.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday put his stamp on new telehealth standards in Michigan.
Federal investigators say a former MSU athletic trainer accused of sexual assault may have dozens more victims than previously known.
People caught drinking underage will no longer face the threat of a misdemeanor charge staining their record after their first offense.
The emergency manager who was running Flint when it switched water sources has appeared in court on criminal charges.
A project that would allow drivers to pay the Mackinac Bridge’s toll with a credit card has been seriously delayed.
Snyder has signed a rewrite of state energy laws intended to boost the required use of renewable power sources and keep some competition.
The Michigan appeals court says the state’s medical marijuana law protects people who are accused of illegally transporting pot.
Health officials say another case of Legionnaires’ disease has been reported in Genesee County.
A former NFL player has been shot and killed in Detroit, area media outlets report.
State officials say the 2-1-1 information service phone number will be available to Michigan residents across the state.
Just in time for the holidays, gas prices have spiked in West Michigan.
Prosecutors have appealed a judge’s move to dismiss charges against a former MSU basketball player accused of sexually assaulting a woman.