The Republican governor said the bills “send a message” that Michigan is being inconsistent in economic development efforts.
The state says Michigan’s seasonally unadjusted unemployment rate dropped to 4.8 percent in April.
Some lawmakers say it may be time for Michigan to cut the state’s film incentives, but the head of the film commission is defending the prog…
In 2013, an average of 220 teen drivers and passengers died in traffic crashes during each of the summer months.
A dam in Shelbyville has been temporarily fixed after a portion of it started to fail Wednesday.
Police say preliminary numbers show a drop in traffic deaths statewide during the Memorial Day holiday weekend compared with last year.
Automakers and governments are releasing the models covered by a massive expansion of a Takata air bag recall announced last week.
Fifteen health and human services offices around Michigan would be closed or consolidated.
The blacklegged tick is known for carrying Lyme disease, and its presence is rapidly growing in West Michigan.
The bill is designed to enhance the ride, but one owner says she’s sticking with the current no-beer-on-board business model.
The former Florida governor is a big contender considering a run in a crowded Republican field, and he was in Grand Rapids Wednesday.
Higher security-level prisoners could be brought in from other states to a currently closed private facility in Michigan’s northern Lower Pe…
Michigan first lady Sue Snyder will hold the state’s first campus sexual assault prevention summit next month in Lansing.
Strengthening defenses against Asian carp, dredging harbors and protecting military bases are priorities for the congressional delegation.
When it comes to obesity, Michigan did not fare well, according to the study.
A new study by AAA shows some concerning statistics when it comes to teen drivers in the summer.