A man was arrested Thursday after allegedly threatening his wife with a machete and then preparing to blow up his home.
Tickets have already sold out for one day of the Michigan Winter Beer Festival which will be held in February at Fifth Third Ballpark.
The Michigan Senate has voted to update rules for how children should be buckled up.
Michigan workers are participating in a national demonstration to push fast-food chains to pay their employees at least $15 an hour.
The Michigan Department of Community Health has launched a new smartphone app designed to help residents prepare for emergencies.
The Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an overnight break-in at a used auto dealership in Green Township.
General Motors Co. says it’s been restoring some prized Chevrolet Corvettes extracted from a sinkhole at a Kentucky museum.
Two Mecosta County men are facing criminal sexual conduct charges for allegedly raping two teenagers in July.
A plan to issue drug tests to welfare recipients suspected of substance abuse is nearing final approval in the Michigan Legislature.
The Michigan Senate is close to approving legislation updating rules for how children should be buckled up.
Majority Republicans in the Senate defeated a bill that would halve Michigan’s highest-in-the-country limits on truck weight.
The state says Michigan’s seasonally unadjusted unemployment rate has fallen 0.3 percentage points in the latest month to 6.4 percent.
Detroit officials fully restored power to downtown after a major cable failure caused parts of the city to go dark for up to seven hours.
The state legislature has some unfinished business to tackle before the new lawmakers takeover in early 2015.
Gov. Rick Snyder is stepping up pressure on lawmakers to boost Michigan’s fuel taxes to raise $1.4 billion to improve roads and bridges.
Authorities in southeastern Michigan say a teen has been arrested after he crashed a van it into a store in an attempt to steal alcohol.