Pence’s stop at American Axle was part of a swing through several states seeking support for the tax reform plan.
The legislation announced Thursday would forgive more than $600 million in fees that have been assessed.
Police say a toddler accidentally shot and injured two other children at a home day care facility in suburban Detroit.
If you’re looking for a new friend, Saturday is Empty the Shelters day by the BISSELL Pet Foundation.
Several lawmakers are backing a bill designed to keep medical marijuana dispensaries open while they apply for licenses through the state.
Survivors of a 2016 crash that killed five cyclists were in Lansing Wednesday to voice support for legislation aimed at making roads safer.
The long, slow process of approving appointees of President Donald Trump made some movement forward Wednesday in the U.S. Senate.
The Michigan Legislative Black Caucus on Wednesday called for the resignation or firing of the head of the State Police.
Liquor Control Commission has voted to lift a longstanding rule prohibiting liquor stores from operating within a half-mile of each other.
The director of MSP has commented on NFL players protesting during the national anthem by posting a message calling them “degenerates.”
Businesses including Amazon, Google and General Motors agreed to give $300 million to boost K-12 computer science programs across the U.S.
The bill is backed by House Speaker Leonard, Detroit Mayor Duggan and others trying to reduce premiums that are highest in the country.
The Michigan attorney general’s office has filed a lawsuit against Family Fitness after taking nearly 300 complaints this year.
The state’s delay in drafting rules has forced some cities, like Kalamazoo, to postpone consideration of their medical marijuana ordinances.
Veterans in West Michigan have mixed feelings on whether it’s unpatriotic for NFL players to kneel during the national anthem.