The Michigan Department of Treasury is warning taxpayers about increased scamming near the end of tax season.
Michigan health officials say the second person sickened by measles this year was on the same flight as the first patient.
Food and Drug Administration is tracking a rare but deadly cancer that seems to be affecting women with breast implants.
A Michigan doctor was charged Thursday with performing genital mutilation on two young girls.
Tuesday’s spill allowed wastewater containing hexavalent chromium to enter a tributary 100 yards from Lake Michigan.
A chemical spill along Lake Michigan has prompted the closure of three beach areas at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
Nearly 500 people attended a hearing on a bottled water company’s request to increase groundwater pumping from a well in Osceola County.
Falling ice from cables and towers has caused problems and delays at the Mackinac Bridge.
Volunteers will help monitor several Michigan trout streams for the invasive New Zealand mudsnail.
Forensic experts hope isotope testing revealing where the woman possibly lived will crack the 45-year-old case.
Sen. Bert Johnson has been charged with putting a no-show employee on his office payroll to repay $14,000 in personal loans.
Police have completed their investigation into the 53-vehicle crash that left three people dead.
Prescribers now have an updated system to search for patient records and help prevent drug addiction.
Former Secret Service agent Clint Hill marked what would have been first lady Betty Ford’s 99th birthday.
Loved ones will say their final goodbyes Tuesday to a 11-year-old boy who took his own life after a prank gone wrong.