Aero Med was called to a rural area west of Grant on Tuesday afternoon after a man was injured in an explosion.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley is starting a new effort to make Michigan’s Legislature part-time.
A large American flag is hanging from the Mackinac Bridge’s south tower in celebration of Independence Day.
Michigan Blood is hosting its “Love Michigan” blood drive, which it holds every year around the Fourth of July.
New Jersey is one of only a handful of states with a state-owned vacation home for its chief executive.
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson says she will comply with some requests for voter information.
A federal lawsuit seeking to block some public funding for the Little Caesars Arena and the Pistons’ move from the suburbs has been dropped.
Authorities have identified a man who died after he went missing while tubing on the Muskegon River Saturday near Newaygo.
The cost of owning a car or truck in Michigan is going up by $10.
Michigan’s legal bills for the man-made water crisis in Flint are piling up.
Mecosta County sheriff’s deputies say a motorcyclist was airlifted to the hospital after a crash Friday evening.
Gov. Snyder said the plate sends a “political message” with the potential to “bitterly divide” millions of residents.
State officials are reporting that environmental DNA samples from two rivers in southwestern Michigan show no signs of Asian carp.
A tipster described the trail of deer bait as a “cobblestone road of sugar beets.”
The U.S. Coast Guard says the number of false distress calls on the Great Lakes has tripled so far this year over last.