Making the case for Michigan in Mexico: that’s the mission for Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, beginning Sunday.
The report says the commission did not unearth any civil rights law violations and that nobody “intended to poison Flint.”
After 70 years of business in Grand Rapids, MC Sports is closing all of its stores.
The West Michigan Regional Dashboard is open to everyone and tracks many areas, including crime, commute and unemployment.
The ruling came after a 25-year-old woman testified that she was repeatedly molested as a child by Dr. Larry Nassar.
An elderly man was killed in a rollover crash in Newaygo County on Thursday.
State officials need volunteers to help with Michigan’s annual frog and toad survey.
A Detroit man has been charged after one man died and two others were wounded in a shooting at a Lansing barbershop.
James Nichols, the brother of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols, has died following a lengthy illness.
New legislation would allow Michigan residents to leave their car idling in their driveways without being ticketed.
Want to go fishing but don’t have a license? No problem — but just for a couple of days.
Prosecutors say they’ve received warrant requests in a sex assault case that led to the suspension of three MSU football players.
A suburban Detroit has admitted to killing his two daughters and two stepchildren and torturing his second wife.
Wal-Mart has acquired the outdoor clothing and gear seller Moosejaw for $51 million as it expands its online offerings.
The EPIC-MRA poll found the majority of state voters support having a health care option provided by the government.