The mayor is troubled by an attempt to get the city to pay the legal costs of the emergency manager who had a role in the water crisis.
The Human Trafficking Commission has been active for a year with the goal of improving victim’s lives and curbing the crime.
A woman who said her husband wanted to return to a party when he jumped out of their moving pickup truck and died.
Federal agencies plan to spend $57.3 million this year on preventing invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes.
Police say a 20-year-old man who tried to escape police by diving under a moving train in Michigan has lost both of his legs.
The Mi-Morels map provides information on forest cover types, latitude and longitude coordinates and state-managed land boundaries.
A bill advancing in Michigan’s Legislature may set the stage for setting a legal limit for driving under the influence of marijuana.
Work has begun between Battle Creek and Jackson that includes grade crossing, track and signal upgrades.
An Ionia prison hosted an open house to showcase a program designed to keep released inmates from coming back.
Two Bob Evans in Michigan are among the dozens of restaurants the company is closing.
A man whose DNA helped crack a rape case from 2001 may spend the rest of his life in prison.
Nearly one in three Michiganders who are convicted of a crime will end up behind bars within three years of their release from prison.
The Soo Locks are getting a new computer system to replace a half-century-old master control system that opens and closes the locks.
A specific brand of organic, frozen vegetables sold at Meijer are being recalled due to listeria concerns.
A new report says more than 200,000 Michigan kids had a parent incarcerated from 2011-12.