A bill being considered by the state legislature would allow bars and restaurants across the state to keep EpiPens on hand.
A towering, centuries-old tree at the University of Michigan is set to be moved to make way for a construction project.
The state is urging the Michigan Democratic Party to suspend a new program that lets voters apply online for absentee ballots.
The state legislature is considering measures to stiffen penalties for bars and party stores that over-serve customers.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a piece of legislation that allows residents to do community service instead of paying some fees.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has kicked off a contest to name a new hiking and bicycling trail across the state.
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and Democratic opponent Mark Schauer have agreed to appear Oct. 12 at a town hall-style debate.
Gov. Rick Snyder has been awarded an associate degree for community college classes he took as a high school student in the 1970s.
Michigan’s attorney general is suing AmeriGas, alleging price-gouging, and has reached an agreement with another propane company.
The National Weather Service says that a small tornado briefly touched down in one suburban Detroit neighborhood.
General Motors is recalling 221,558 sedans because the brake pads can stay partially engaged, increasing the risk of a fire.
Hundreds turned out Saturday morning to help maintain the health of one of West Michigan’s most valued natural resources.
Members of the Coast Guard from Station Saginaw River rescued a juvenile bald eagle from the Saginaw River Thursday.
A judge heard three days of evidence in the 25-year-old Shannon Siders murder case.
Three cases of the respiratory infection have been confirmed in Michigan, including one in Kent County, health officials report.
They gather in the cafeteria at Kenowa Hills High, waiting to take their turn behind the wheel of the distracted driving simulator.