Sony Pictures has canceled the Dec. 25 release of “The Interview” after hackers threatened terrorists attacks.
Gov. Rick Snyder is expected to sign bills subjecting boaters and snowmobilers to the same blood-alcohol limit as drivers.
Beginning in 2015, some Michigan drivers will be able to get rid of their driving fines by completing community service.
The state of Michigan has divided more than $75 million in federal funding to fight blight among 12 cities, including Muskegon Heights.
Lawmakers have approved legislation to loosen licensing restrictions on air guns and limit local governments’ ability to set regulations.
Plans to develop the site of the old Tiger Stadium in Detroit are moving forward.
More than three million people in Michigan are expected to travel 50 miles or more this holiday season, that’s according to AAA.
The end of the lame-duck session is looming, and the state legislature still hasn’t come up with a plan to raise the money to fix the roads.
A 34-year-old man has been arraigned in the death of an Ingham County sheriff’s deputy who crashed his patrol car during a chase.
Protests at MSU’s graduation ceremonies over comments the speaker previously made about sexual assault reporting at colleges.
A 17-story vacant office building in suburban Detroit was imploded Sunday morning.
Prices continue to drop at the pump, with the cost of gas as low as $2.14 per gallon in West Michigan on Sunday.
In this lame-duck session, the big issue has been roads. Gov. Rick Snyder weighs in the roads and other bills before the legislature.
Bill Bonds, an iconic Detroit broadcaster who also worked for ABC stations in New York and Los Angeles, has died.
Members of the Republican Party are looking to capitalize on the momentum of a successful midterm election.
Ceremonies were held across the United States Saturday morning to honor the nation’s fallen veterans.