The outcome of the November election was a big defeat for Michigan Democrats and for Brandon Dillon, the state party’s chair.
After 70 years as a West Michigan retail staple, MC Sports has declared bankruptcy.
The woman said the now-suspended coach told her there was “no reason to bring up” Dr. Larry Nassar’s conduct.
A videographer is sharing a rare perspective of Michigan’s Mackinac Bridge in winter.
Authorities are seeking tips leading to an Oceana County man reported missing by his family.
The mayor of Flint is meeting with Michigan’s governor to discuss the state’s decision to no longer fund residential water bill credits.
The massage therapist could spend decades in prison for his role in an elaborate scheme to bilk insurance by staging car crashes.
Consumers Energy is once again warning customers about a phone scam involving prepaid credit cards.
Years of research show that African-Americans are at greater risk to be develop Alzheimer’s than people who are white.
State police say dozens of schools around the state will get a share of about $2 million to improve safety and security at school buildings.
Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is making recommendations to the Trump administration she says would strengthen election integrity.
A coach at MSU was suspended two weeks after she was accused in a lawsuit of downplaying complaints about sexual abuse by a sports doctor.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources wants to nearly double the number of bear hunting licenses up for grabs in West Michigan.
Local and federal authorities are pointing fingers over who’s to blame.
Michigan has partially covered customers’ bills retroactively to April 2014.