The department is drafting a new rule that would require temporary fencing when it removes permanent barriers at construction sites.
It’s a brand new year that means a brand new election cycle.
Michigan law enforcement agencies are using excess state revenue from medical marijuana patient and caregiver fees to boost enforcement effo…
The Battle Creek Air National Guard formally activated its cyber unit, one of only five in the nation.
A former Gander Mountain store in the Kalamazoo area will soon reopen under a new name and new ownership.
Attention, shoppers: Another retailer is shutting its doors for good in Greenville.
Testing in the last months of 2017 found that four schools and care facilities in Flint had elevated levels of lead in their water.
Authorities say more than 30 dogs and cats have died following a fire at a mid-Michigan home that served as an animal rescue.
A federal judge will allow a former doctor for MSU and U.S. Olympic gymnasts to appeal his 60-year prison sentence as an indigent.
The Michigan Supreme Court won’t review a decision to reinstate sexual assault charges against former MSU basketball star Mateen Cleaves.
Kid Rock is making a large donation to a West Michigan food bank.
Authorities suspect bitter cold temperatures may have played a role in several recent deaths in Michigan.
Federal officials are trying to determine if romaine lettuce is to blame for an E. coli outbreak that’s sickened at least 17 people.
Nestle Waters North America sued after Osceola County’s Osceola Township rejected a zoning permit to clear the way for the pumping station.
If you’d like to learn how to fish through ice, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering lessons this winter.