The National Weather Service confirms a tornado touched down earlier this week as severe thunderstorms storms moved across Michigan.
The state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate inched up a bit last month as more people re-entered the job market.
Students at Michigan State University will pay more for their education when classes begin later this summer.
A 20-year-old Battle Creek man has died after the ATV he was ridding flipped at Silver Lake State Park on Tuesday.
Local governments in Michigan would be prohibited from setting minimum wages or other employer requirements under a bill.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday signed a $54.5 billion state budget with modest spending increases on education and road construction.
The Detroit City Council shot down a proposal by the police chief to institute a curfew for unaccompanied minors during the festival.
Governments would be prohibited from setting local minimum wages or other employer requirements under a bill in the state legislature.
Crews tested the new electromagnetic catapult system on the USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier on Tuesday.
Uber and Lyft would be regulated by Michigan without the option for local regulations under a package approved by a state House committee.
A federal lawsuit claims a Muslim woman’s religious rights were violated when she was forced to remove her head scarf.
A 43-year-old man was arrested in Kentucky on criminal sexual conduct charges out of Michigan.
Police in Florida say two Michigan boys shot a BB gun at four people who were relaxing by the pool at an apartment complex.
Authorities say a juvenile sustained serious injuries in a single-car crash believed to have been caused by a drunk driver.
Police are turning to the community for help tracking down a lingerie store robber.
Competing legislation in the House and Senate would take different approaches to regulating services like Uber and Lyft.