Some Michigan restaurants are among those seeking “sanctuary” status, a designation owners hope will help protect immigrant workers.
Michigan had 448 confirmed cases of pertussis last year; nearly half of those were in one county, state health officials say.
Art Van Furniture announced it has reached a deal to sell itself to a private equity firm.
The state Supreme Court will settle whether juries, not judges, have the power to decide if a juvenile gets life in prison without parole.
Toyota says it’s recalling about 79,000 Tundra pickup trucks because steps in the rear bumpers could break.
A conservation group wants the state to hold hearings across Michigan regarding Nestle’s request to pump more groundwater near Evart.
Speaking on the Senate floor Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Gary Peters criticized Betsy DeVos as President Trump’s choice for secretary of education.
Michigan has approved contracts to replace thousands of state ballot counting machines that are at least a decade old.
Traffic deaths jumped significantly in Michigan and even more so in Kent County last year.
Flint’s water system no longer has levels of lead exceeding the federal limit, a key finding that Michigan environmental officials said.
The threat from President Trump to tax Mexican-made cars sold in the U.S. could force the auto industry to make some uncomfortable choices.
The Mason County Sheriff’s Office says two suspects in a toddler’s abduction have been arrested, including the girl’s father.
Betsy DeVos will not be required to attend a second hearing as the U.S. Senate considers confirming her as secretary of education.
Mason County authorities are looking for a 2-year-old girl believed to have been kidnapped by her father, who does not have custody of her.
A judge has told Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette to butt out of an ongoing dispute over home delivery of water in Flint.