Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick has been ordered to pay $1.5 million to the city’s water department.
Michigan has declared a state of energy emergency to address fuel supply problems resulting from Harvey.
More than a decade after Social Security overpaid a Hesperia couple, they’re being told they owe the federal government nearly $22,000.
Two people from Montcalm County are among the first Michigan residents confirmed to have West Nile virus this year.
If you’re among the more than a million Michigan residents expected to travel this holiday weekend, watch out for construction cones.
Lyft is driving into the countryside in an effort to raise ridership and steal market share from rival Uber.
As classrooms across the state fill back up with students, thousands of incoming high school seniors are facing more than just the homework.
A federal lawsuit claims the state is violating the rights of Michigan foster parents by imposing too many restrictions on firearms.
Enbridge says it has discovered a number of gaps in a protective layer of enamel coating on twin pipelines beneath the Straits of Mackinac.
Though the Flint water crisis isn’t making national headlines anymore, it’s still causing problems for residents.
A Michigan State Police trooper is being sued for $50 million after using a Taser on a teenager, who crashed and died.
Two experienced marketing and public relations professionals have started a company to provide communications for marijuana businesses.
Hundreds of Michigan National Guard soldiers have been placed on standby to aid in Harvey relief efforts in Texas.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says there are two common scams that emerge after a natural disaster like Hurricane Harvey.
M-STEP results were released Tuesday by the state Department of Education.